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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. What does Titus try to do with Link and Marty?
2. What does Marty suggest as an alternative to being drunk?
(a) Injecting sugar.
(c) Going into mal.
(d) Doing drugs.
3. What does Titus think Link's body slams with the girls show?
(a) That they hate one another.
(b) That they know each others' bodies.
(c) That they are all having fun.
(d) That they dislike Titus.
4. What is 'Nature vs. Nurture'?
(a) A feedcast.
(b) A television show.
(c) A radio show.
(d) A book.
5. What does Titus know Violet is watching when she is first noticed paying attention to them?
(a) Their grace.
(b) Their intelligence.
(c) Their stupidity.
(d) Their happiness.
Short Answer Questions
1. What the guys believe they should do if asked a question by their girlfriends?
2. What does Titus think the best thing about the feed is?
3. Where does Violet attend school?
4. Why can Violet's parents not come to get her, according to Violet?
5. What benefit does Titus note to having the feed?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe why the girls help Quendy with her hair, and why Titus finds this important.
2. Describe what life was like, according to Titus, before the feed, and what this means to him.
3. Explain the girl's theory of the face grid.
4. Explain the text within these chapters that is in italics. What are they, and what is your impression, thus far, of a feed?
5. Describe the television show "based on a true story" advertised at the end of 'The Nose Grid'.
6. Explain the protests about the moon.
7. At the party, Titus' feed reports that the president is making a speech. Describe the content of the speech, and your reaction to it.
8. Violet is supposing, in 'Normal', that things will be different, because they have been through something dramatic. Do you think most teenagers would change after something like this?
9. Titus reflects that, without the feed, their "heads felt real empty" (pg. 46). What is your response?
10. Describe how you perceive the teenagers by this point in the novel.
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