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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. Where is the hiding apartment located?
(a) In the woods.
(b) Near the river.
(c) Above Mr. Frank's business.
(d) Above a store.
2. Who leads the holiday song at the end of Act 1?
(c) Mrs. Frank.
(d) Mrs. Van Daan.
3. What is Margot worried will happen to her fiance?
(a) He will join the war.
(b) He will marry another girl.
(c) He will be killed on the street.
(d) He will be sent to a work camp.
4. What gift does Anne give to Margot?
(a) A book.
(b) A poem.
(c) A necklace.
(d) Some art supplies.
5. What does Peter want to do when he gets out of hiding?
(a) Go to the grocery store.
(b) Go to a museum.
(c) Go to a movie.
(d) Go to school.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Mr. Frank say is a benefit of what is happening day and night three months into the hiding?
2. What subject does Anne learn better than her father?
3. What occupation does Mr. Frank have before he goes into hiding?
4. Who are the Franks afraid will find them in hiding?
5. Kraler tells the hiding families to do what during the day?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens when Peter and Anne take off their yellow stars?
2. What does Anne say she wants to do with her life after the food thief is found?
3. What very important question does Anne ask Peter about Margot, and how does Peter respond to this?
4. What does Mr. Kraler tell the hiding families before he leaves?
5. How does Mrs. Frank respond when someone is caught stealing food?
6. What does Anne try to do to comfort Peter just before the police show up to the apartment?
7. What is the setting of the last scene of the play?
8. What does Anne write about in her diary at the beginning of Act 2?
9. What do Peter and Anne say about their parents during their visits together?
10. Why is Mrs. Frank trying to be supportive of the visits between Anne and Peter?
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