A Boy Called H Quiz | Eight Week Quiz B

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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 13 | Chapter 14.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What kind of god is Susanowo?
(a) Susanowo is a violent god.
(b) Susanowo is an unruly god.
(c) Susanowo is an unforgiving god.
(d) Susanowo is a benevolent god.

2. According to Toshiko, why will Moiro most likely not receive his call-up papers?
(a) Morio is too old and has bad eyesight.
(b) Morio has webbed feet.
(c) Morio is too small and barely passed the physical exam.
(d) Morio never took the physical exam.

3. What is the National Dress Order?
(a) An order which requires all Japanese people to wear clothing made of a khaki material.
(b) An order that requires all foreigners to wear traditional Japanese clothing.
(c) An order that requires all Japanese people to wear kimonos at all times.
(d) An order that requires all Japanese people to wear Western clothing.

4. Why is Mr. Suzuki happy when he reaches the boys in the boat?
(a) The boys caught seven fish for dinner.
(b) Mr. Suzuki's boat is not ruined.
(c) The boys have impressed Mr. Suzuki with their boating skills.
(d) The boys are all safe.

5. What will happen when H turns fifteen?
(a) H will join the church choir.
(b) H will move in with his grandparents.
(c) H will no longer be a child.
(d) H will join the army.

Short Answer Questions

1. What rule of his mothers is H embarrassed about?

2. Why is Uncle Hadano unable to go home?

3. What puzzles H about his teacher?

4. What does H do to Girly Boy at the bathhouse?

5. What does Hayashi warn H not to do?

(see the answer key)

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