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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 snack does Mrs. Inouye give Hector and Mando?
2. Why have the boys come to the city in #7?
(a) To visit a friend.
(b) For a three-day weekend.
(c) To attend a family reunion.
(d) To attend a wedding.
3. What is revealed about the truck robbery in Julio's photos?
(a) The time of day of the robbery.
(b) The license plate number of the robbers' car.
(c) The identity of the bomber.
(d) The identity of the robbers.
4. What is Uncle Julio's profession?
(d) Truck driver.
5. What grade are Hector and Mando in at school?
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the meaning of "blood brother"?
2. What does Huey do when Freddie says they will go to prison if they don't get rid of the car?
3. What does Mr. Inouye think is the cause of the car accident?
4. Who does Julio call first about the photos?
5. What is Mando's last name?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does the author show the importance of the Japanese Americans to the regional economy and culture?
2. What news report do Julio and the boys hear on the car radio and what is their connection to it?
3. What does the Denny's restaurant signify to Hector and Mando regarding their loss of innocence?
4. How do Freddie and Huey find out where to find Julio and the boys?
5. How does Uncle Julio represent a father figure for Hector and Mando?
6. What does talking with Victor seem to be doing to Hector and Mando regarding their innocence?
7. Compare and contrast Freddie and Julio regarding their commitment and responsibility to the children in their lives.
8. How do Julio and the boys confirm that the men in their photos are actually the robbers?
9. Describe Hector and Manny's world in East Los Angeles and what it represents for Latinos.
10. What does Uncle Julio tell Hector and Mando to let them know he has been too hard on them?
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