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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 does Albert send David into his workplace alone?
(a) To beg for Albert's job.
(b) To tell Albert's boss Albert is ill.
(c) To collect Albert's things and his final paycheck.
(d) To ask the boss for a job for Genya.
2. Failing to burn a chumitz is a ____ in David's faith.
(a) A sign of luck.
(b) Major sin.
(c) Minor sin.
(d) Great honor.
3. Where is Bertha from?
4. How old is David when the book begins?
(a) A toddler.
(b) A young man.
(c) A teenager.
(d) A school-aged boy.
5. According to David's mother, who is brighter than the brightest day?
(a) The devil.
(c) An angel.
Short Answer Questions
1. What new thing for David is included in dinner when Luter first comes to visit?
2. What signal reminds David to return home at the end of the day when he is playing outside?
3. Who has never seen David before David arrives in New York?
4. After the dinner with Nathan and the family becomes tense, what does Nathan suggest?
5. How does Albert react to David when David first arrives in New York?
Short Essay Questions
1. In Book I, why has Albert been fired from his job?
2. What happens to the trolley after David kicks the milk dipper?
3. What is the woman the group of boys spy on while chasing the canary doing?
4. What lie does David tell the rabbis when he cries at cheder?
5. How does David come to realize that there are some important things he does not know about his parents?
6. After moving to the Lower East Side, why does David have to be quiet or stay outside during the day?
7. Why does David have some difficulty listening in on his mother's conversations with Bertha?
8. What does Leo tell David he must get if he wants to travel to Leo's old neighborhood?
9. When Yussie and a group of boys taunt David in the streets about his father beating him, what does David do?
10. What happens when David tries to kick the milk dipper?
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