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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. What does Mack plan to do once again?
(a) Have a party for Doc
(b) Go to La Jolla for octopi
(c) Visit the captain for more whiskey
(d) Catch more frogs for Doc
2. Where do Mack and the boys now buy their groceries instead of going to Lee's?
(a) Thrift Market
(c) Trader Joe's
3. Doc tells the waitress that he needs the answer to #122 for _______________________________.
(a) a bad stuttering habit
(b) a muscle relaxant
(c) a bad bladder ailment
(d) a headache remedy
4. What does Doc live on during this hectic time?
(a) Soup and orange juice
(b) Beer and canned sardines
(c) Whiskey and burgers
(d) Cheese and crackers
5. Why do Henri's girlfriends eventually leave him?
(a) The boat's tight quarters and lack of a toilet
(b) They get seasick
(c) Henri wants to paint them
(d) Henri never has any money
Short Answer Questions
1. What does doc find when he wades into the water and parts the mass of algae?
2. What do each of the boys carry to the frog hunt?
3. Near Los Angeles, what does Doc load up on after he eats a hearty chicken dinner?
4. What illness breaks out in all of Monterey?
5. How deep is the frog pool?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Mack perceive Doc?
2. What raises the ire of the normally even-tempered Doc while on the road?
3. For what event does Steinbeck use foreshadowing in this chapter?
4. How does Mack know that the captain's wife would disapprove of Mack and the boys?
5. How does Steinbeck show that Doc is one with nature?
6. Why does Mack initially reject the captain's offer of whiskey?
7. How does Mack extract the date of Doc's birthday?
8. What does Steinbeck believe about truth which is explained by Doc's walking trip during college?
9. Why can Doc not get anyone to accompany him on specimen collecting trip to La Jolla?
10. Describe Steinbeck's use of humor in the frog-catching scene.
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