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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 couldn't Opal and the preacher find Winn-Dixie?
(a) He is gone because he was too scared.
(b) He had run home.
(c) They didn't look long enough.
(d) He was in the house the whole time.
2. What did Otis used to do a lot of the time?
(a) Play guitar on the street for money.
(b) Play in a band.
(c) Catch stray animals.
(d) Drink and use drugs.
3. How does the preacher describe the lozenge Opal gives him?
(a) Overwhelming sadness.
(b) Sadness mixed with root beer and strawberry.
(c) A mixture of things he cannot describe.
(d) Sweet flanors blending on his tongue.
4. Which character suggests that everyone move inside?
(c) Sweetie Pie.
5. Who is the first character to arrive at the party?
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Otis bring to the party?
2. How is the air after the storm?
3. Why doesn't Miss Franny allow Amanda to take over when she comes into the library?
4. Why do Opal and Gloria decide the party should be at night?
5. What book does Opal decide to read to Gloria Dump?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happened after Opal and the preacher went to search for Winn-Dixie?
2. How does the reader feel about Otis once they learn why he was arrested?
3. What did Otis do that led the police officers to arrest him and what did he do when they tried to arrest him?
4. How does Opal react to finding Winn-Dixie and what actions does she take?
5. How did Littmus feel about his time as a soldier?
6. What happens immediately after the preacher gives the blessing that causes chaos throughout the party?
7. What does Miss Franny suffer from and what does it remind Opal of?
8. How do Gloria and Opal spend the day of the party?
9. How does the preacher react to Opal's statements and what does he say?
10. Why was Opal very upset with herself after she gets everyone from the party inside Gloria's house?
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