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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How old was Wallace when he forgot about the garden for a time?
2. What were the creatures in the garden playing with?
(a) A ball.
(b) A rope.
(c) A book.
(d) A mouse.
3. What was the color of the robe worn by the somber woman in the garden?
4. What kind of creature hopped onto Wallace's shoulder as he toured the garden for the first time?
5. How would Redmond normally describe his friend?
6. Wallace described the boy at school who told his secret about the garden to the older boys as looking like a what?
7. What did the boys call Wallace when they were teasing him about the garden?
8. Who brought Wallace home after his first visit to the garden?
(a) Old man.
(c) Old woman.
9. What was the real name of the boy at school who Wallace told about the garden?
10. What is lying on the pavement in front of the door in the wall the first time Wallace sees it?
(a) Lilac petals.
(b) Rose petals.
(c) Chestnut leaves.
(d) Maple leaves.
11. Wallace went right by the door the second time tugging on his what?
(a) Fishing pole.
12. Before entering the door in the wall for the first time, which of the following did Wallace NOT see in the shop windows?
(a) Cans of paint.
(b) Wallpaper books.
13. What feature of the girl in the garden does Wallace recall most vividly?
(a) Her nose.
(b) Her chin.
(c) Her height.
(d) Her eyes.
14. What month was it when Wallace first saw the door in the wall?
15. Redmond thought Wallace might possess an inestimable ______________.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who raised Wallace?
2. What did Wallace feel while the boys were teasing him about the garden?
3. What was the name of the school that Redmond and Wallace attended together?
4. What kind of position would Wallace likely have had if he had lived?
5. The garden made such an impression on Wallace because he was a __________ little boy.
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