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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. Will suggests that Ellie should ______________.
(a) Talk with him in a back room.
(b) Change into a swimsuit.
(c) Try a wine cooler he makes.
(d) Be his billiards partner.
2. How does Ellie interpret all of Will's friendly gestures?
(a) He is not that friendly to her.
(b) As flirting.
(c) As nervousness.
(d) As friendship.
3. Why is Ellie running with her father in the woods?
(a) They are chasing a fox.
(b) They are chasing their Boston terrier.
(c) She is supporting his exercise routine.
(d) They are trying to catch up to the neighborhood people in the run program.
4. How long has Ellie known Liz?
(a) One day.
(b) About a year.
(c) Her whole life.
(d) Several weeks.
5. Where is Geoff when the story opens?
(a) At a swim meet.
(b) Away at college.
(c) In the Army.
(d) In the hospital.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why has Will moved a lot in his childhood?
2. What does Ellie leave the bleachers to do?
3. What does Ellie do in anticipation of attending the game and party at Will's house?
4. To whom is Lance talking on the sidelines?
5. What is one thing Ellie enjoys doing?
Short Essay Questions
1. What poem is initially assigned to Ellie in class? How does she get a different one?
2. Why are Ellie and her parents in Annapolis for a year?
3. What does Ellie notice when she runs by a ravine? Why does she think it odd?
4. How does Ellie find Lance and Jennifer together right before Ellie is leaving the party?
5. What does Marco do that seems to be a deliberate attempt to upset Will?
6. How does Ellie feel about Marco after Will has left the two of them in the hall?
7. Summarize what Ellie says about the Arthurian legend.
8. What do Will and Ellie talk about on the widow's walk?
9. What do Ellie and Will write to each other in emails when Ellie gets home from track tryouts?
10. What happens as the teens prepare to go sailing?
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