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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 word does Charlotte use to describe the ship's food?
2. What is the most interesting part about the outside of the ship to Charlotte?
(a) The figurehead.
(b) The red paint.
(c) The sails.
(d) The symbol of the flag.
3. What causes Charlotte's candle to go out when she is looking through her chest?
(a) A drip of water.
(b) Someone blows it out deliberately.
(c) Her screaming.
(d) A sea breeze.
4. How does Captain Jaggery call all the men to the deck?
(a) Has dinner served on deck.
(b) Fires a shot.
(c) Rings a bell.
(d) Sends Hollister to gather them.
5. What is the weather like when Charlotte wakes up after being sick?
(a) Rainy and humid.
(b) Gray and overcast.
(c) Sunny and warm.
(d) Windy and cold.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Charlotte think her candle went out?
2. Who takes Charlotte to get things out of her trunk?
3. What does Captain Jaggery do when confronted by the leader of the mutiny?
4. Who does Charlotte trust most on the ship after her illness?
5. What city does this book start out in?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Mr. Barlow say to Charlotte as he takes her to look through her chest?
2. What does Zachariah make for Charlotte, and why?
3. What does Captain Jaggery tell the crew just after he inspects them for the first time?
4. What is the highlight of every day on the ship for Charlotte?
5. What does Mr. Cranick want from Captain Jaggery, and what happens when this is conveyed?
6. What happens after Charlotte's candle goes out in the cargo hold?
7. What happens when Charlotte returns to her room after speaking with the captain?
8. What does Charlotte do when she first wakes up after being sick?
9. What gift does Zachariah give to Charlotte, and what does she do with it?
10. What does Charlotte notice about the ship as she walks with Captain Jaggery, and what does he do about it?
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