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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 3, "Fly a Crooked Sky".
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why can't Frank earn a decent living at an ordinary job?
(a) He is too young to get a good job.
(b) He never gets his high school diploma.
(c) He is a wanted criminal.
(d) He is not good at learning new things.
2. What impression might a reader form about Frank's character from the first chapter?
(a) He likes to find creative ways to avoid following the rules.
(b) He likes to follow the rules and play by the book.
(c) He does not like to have to think anything through.
(d) He is very greedy and dreams of having many possessions.
3. How does Frank avoid leaving a trail at his apartment building?
(a) He never pays his rent but moves out when the rent is due.
(b) He uses money orders and cashier's checks.
(c) He pays his rent with a nonexistent checking account.
(d) He pays cash and never wears his uniform there.
4. Why does deadheading to Dallas give Frank a nervous moment?
(a) The stewardess asks if he knows a Pan Am pilot who she flies with.
(b) The Dallas FAA tower becomes suspicious of Frank.
(c) He learns that Pan Am does not fly out of Dallas.
(d) He does not know the answers to questions the pilots ask on the way.
5. How long does Frank usually stay in a new apartment?
(a) Long enough to finish a relationship with his current girlfriend.
(b) Long enough to wait until his next deadhead flight.
(c) Long enough to throw the police off his trail.
(d) Long enough to have a new box of checks delivered to him.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does a deadheading pilot sit on a plane?
2. Why does Frank want to deadhead on a flight out of New York City?
3. How does Frank's father's financial situation change during the first chapter?
4. How does Frank get his pilot's license?
5. What does Frank tell the Pan Am stores clerk about what happens to his wings and hat emblem?
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