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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 6, "To Know The Past".
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Little Tree learn about Granpa when he hears him say "I kin ye Bonnie Bee"?
(a) That Granma takes care of the bees.
(b) That Granpa will take care of Granma.
(c) Little Tree learns of the love and understanding that Granpa has for Granma.
(d) That Granma is a good worker.
2. Why does Little Tree set the coal oil can down when the lady in the black car speaks to them?
(a) Because Granpa teaches him that when spoken to, he should give full attention out of respect.
(b) To avoid the smell.
(c) Because it is beginning to spill oil.
(d) Because it is getting heavy.
3. In what special activity do Little Tree and his grandparents participate on weekend evenings during the winter?
(a) They roast chestnuts in the fireplace.
(b) They make rugs from the deer hide.
(c) Granma reads to Little Tree and Granpa.
(d) They go to church.
4. When Little Tree demonstrates that he has learned the lessons about nature, what name does Granpa say he would give him if he didn't have a name already?
(a) Little Cherokee.
(b) Little Bear.
(c) Little Hawk.
(d) Little Bee.
5. How does Pa say farewell to Granpa when he is dying?
(a) He tells Granpa to remember his heritage and pass it on to other Cherokee.
(b) He tells Granpa it is time to surrender and end the fighting.
(c) He tells Granpa to continue to fight for the Nation.
(d) He reminds Granpa about kin and the fact that the mountains will not change and Pa tells him how much he cares for him.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why is there some truth in Granpa's belief that the way people sound when they talk can be more important than the words they use?
2. What is the Hangin' Gap?
3. What does Granma make for Little Tree to wear for his first walk up the trail with Granpa?
4. According to Granpa's story, why did his father's friend enter the church with a pistol?
5. In Chapter 4, why does Little Tree feel grown-up?
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