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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. How does Hector do in his music lessons?
(a) He is proficient.
(b) He is not musically inclined.
(c) He is awful.
(d) He is incredibly talented.
2. What is Hector getting at the local church?
(a) Guitar lessons.
(b) Organ lessons.
(c) Piano lessons.
(d) Voice lessons.
3. What did Lenny read for fun as a child?
(a) The Bible.
(b) The classics.
(c) The encyclopedia.
(d) Popular Mechanics magazine.
4. What fascinates Hector when he goes with Rowanne?
(a) A girl who is sketching a picture at the museum.
(b) A girl who is surfing.
(c) A girl who is singing karaoke.
(d) The guitarist.
5. How is Rowanne described?
(a) As homely.
(b) As pretty.
(c) As average.
(d) As very intelligent.
Short Answer Questions
1. Onto what does Debbie's necklace fall?
2. What does Debbie find difficult?
3. What does Hector vow?
4. How are the faces described in the pictures Debbie looks at?
5. With whom is Hector fascinated?
Short Essay Questions
1. What are Debbie and Patty discussing in Chapter Ten and what is their question?
2. How does Debbie experience a response to physical contact with Hector?
3. What experience does Debbie get with mechanical work?
4. Where is Debbie invited in Chapter Four and what does she do there and with whom does she do it?
5. What does Debbie see in her sister's magazine, and what does she think about when she sees it?
6. How do Debbie and Patty get their pants to look the way they want?
7. Why are Debbie and Patty hiding in the bushes?
8. Where is Lenny being steered in school, how does he manifest this in his life outside of school and what habit does he pick up?
9. What does Hector think about as he is putting up screens with his father, and what makes him think in that direction?
10. Why was Lenny's childhood not indicative of the path he appears to be taking?
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