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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. How does Ellie feel about Marco at the end of the evening?
2. Why does Ellie read up on Camelot?
(a) Ellie's mother is writing a book on the subject.
(b) It's part of Ellie's World Literature class.
(c) Medieval romance intrigues Ellie.
(d) Will mentions it.
3. What does Ellie leave the bleachers to do?
(a) To find a quiet place to call her mother.
(b) To look for Liz.
(c) To find the restroom.
(d) To buy hot dogs.
4. About what does Ellie joke concerning Will's feeling connected to her?
(a) His uses that line on all the girls.
(b) He has a brain tumor.
(c) He's connected to her future.
(d) He believes in reincarnation.
5. Who is Cavalier?
(a) Will's screen name.
(b) Marco's screen name.
(c) Lance's nickname.
(d) Ellie's best friend's dog.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Ellie's screen name?
2. What does Ellie do in anticipation of attending the game and party at Will's house?
3. What does Will say about Ellie making the track team?
4. What does Ellie think of the majority of the kids at school?
5. What makes Ellie happy when she observes Jennifer and Will?
Short Essay Questions
1. What poem is initially assigned to Ellie in class? How does she get a different one?
2. What happens during the football game with Will, Lance, and one of the other team members?
3. How does Ellie feel about Marco after Will has left the two of them in the hall?
4. Why are Ellie and her parents in Annapolis for a year?
5. What does Marco do that confuses Ellie?
6. What do Ellie and Will write to each other in emails when Ellie gets home from track tryouts?
7. What do Ellie and Will talk about as they are floating in the pool?
8. Who does Ellie see on the trail with the man she saw in the ravine?
9. What gossip does Liz tell Ellie about Will's family?
10. What do Will and Ellie talk about on the widow's walk?
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