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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. When Bree is first introduced in the novel, what symbol is above her head?
2. What does Ally overhear Ryan say that she is NOT?
(a) A 'dummy.'
(b) A 'know-it-all.'
(c) A 'primadona.'
(d) A 'hottie.'
3. At the beginning of "Ally 4," what does Ally try to convince Ryan would be cool?
(a) Listening to music.
(c) A talent show.
(d) Astronomical phenomena.
4. Who is leading the summer program Mr. Silver wants Jack to attend?
(a) Mr. Silver.
(b) Mrs. Summers.
(c) Mr. Summers.
(d) A guest speaker.
5. How much older or younger than Ally is the friend she is looking forward to seeing in "Ally 3"?
(a) Two years older.
(b) One year older.
(c) Two years younger.
(d) One year younger.
Short Answer Questions
1. When Bree first notices Ryan, how does she describe him?
2. What is the large maze at the campground called?
3. What is Jack's brother's name?
4. What is Bree told in "Bree 3" that she will see at the campsite, but she doesn't know what it is?
5. What does Bree learn about the future of Moon Shadow in "Ally 4"?
Short Essay Questions
1. In "Bree 3," how does Bree react to her parents discussing the big move they are about to make?
2. Why does Jack's science teacher call Jack's mother in "Jack 2," and what does he propose?
3. What is Bree's initial impression of Ally, as expressed in "Bree 4"?
4. What is Ally's first impression of, and interaction with, Bree?
5. Who is Ryan, and what is his relationship to Ally?
6. What new fact about Mr. Silver does Jack learn on the bus, and how does Jack react to this new information?
7. What does Ally wear around her neck, and what is the history behind it?
8. Why are both Bree and Ally feeling sorry for themselves by the end of "Ally 4"?
9. In her first essay, how does Ally describe where she lives?
10. What concept does Ally have to explain to Bree in "Bree 4"?
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