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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why has Will moved a lot in his childhood?
(a) His father is in the military.
(b) His mother is in the military.
(c) His mother loves to go to new places.
(d) His father is a travel guide writer.
2. Why did Will look Ellie up in the school directory?
(a) He wondered why she was running in the woods.
(b) He thought she looked nice.
(c) He wanted to apologize to her.
(d) He feels he's met her before.
3. Ellie debated telling Will about __________.
(a) A rumor.
(b) A poetry assingment.
(c) Jennifer and Lance.
(d) Jennifer and Marco.
4. Where are Ellie and her parents living at the opening of the story?
(d) Washington, D. C.
5. What does Ellie think of the school itself?
(a) It's run down.
(b) It's old and ugly.
(c) It's gloomy.
(d) It's wonderful.
Short Answer Questions
1. Will suggests that Ellie should ______________.
2. Why was Marco Campbell kicked out of school the year before?
3. Where does Will say he just ends up sometimes?
4. Why is Ellie running with her father in the woods?
5. What does Ellie do in anticipation of attending the game and party at Will's house?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Will do when he and Ellie pass a lemonade stand?
2. How does Ellie find Lance and Jennifer together right before Ellie is leaving the party?
3. What does Jennifer want when Ellie talks to her at Ellie's locker?
4. Why is Ellie running with her father in a wooded area?
5. Why does Ellie pull out her school directory?
6. What happens during the football game with Will, Lance, and one of the other team members?
7. How does Ellie feel about Marco after Will has left the two of them in the hall?
8. Describe Ellie's encounter with Mr. Morton at the football game.
9. Summarize what Ellie says about the Arthurian legend.
10. How does Will interact with Ellie's parents?
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