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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. "Goy" is a Jewish term for what?
(a) A poor man.
(b) A Christian.
(c) A handsome man.
(d) An atheist.
2. In Book I, where does Albert complain that he is being treated badly?
(a) In stores.
(c) The neighborhood.
3. When Luter comes over while Albert is away, what does Genya realize about Luter?
(a) Luter plans to kidnap David.
(b) Luter is lonely.
(c) Luter is in love with Albert.
(d) Luter wants to have an affair with her.
4. Who has never seen David before David arrives in New York?
(c) David's grandmother.
5. What new thing for David is included in dinner when Luter first comes to visit?
(c) Dinner rolls.
(d) Table manners.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Bertha like compared to Genya?
2. In Book III, David climbs through a window to get into what building?
3. What faith is the Schearl family?
4. Why does Luter stop coming to the Shearl's for dinner?
5. In Book I, why is Albert fired from his job?
Short Essay Questions
1. When David goes to Aunt Bertha's candy shop to see if Bertha has what he needs to go to Leo's neighborhood, what does Bertha ask David to do?
2. After Albert beats David for lying to the rabbi, what does Genya tell David to do?
3. Why do the boys chase the canary?
4. After going on the milk route with Albert, why is David unable to perform at cheder?
5. What does Genya tell David she thinks God is like?
6. What happens while Albert is whipping David for lying to the rabbi?
7. After moving to the Lower East Side, why does David have to be quiet or stay outside during the day?
8. When David returns home from his and Leo's visit to Bertha's daughters, what is David afraid his parents will find out?
9. In Book IV, Chapters 5-6, when David meets a group of boys outside, what are the boys doing?
10. Why does David have some difficulty listening in on his mother's conversations with Bertha?
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