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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 Violet send Titus?
(a) A list of everything she wants to do.
(b) A list of places to visit.
(c) A list of friends to invite to the funeral.
(d) A list of songs.
2. What does FeedTech respond, in terms of Violet's request for financial assistance?
(a) They will not help, as she is not marketable.
(b) They will not help, because she is too damaged.
(c) They will help, if she agrees to be a sponsor.
(d) They will not help, because her family is not influential.
3. What does Quendy say about Violet?
(a) She is nice.
(b) She is slow.
(c) She is stupid.
(d) She is angry.
4. What does Titus do with the memories Violet sends?
(a) He makes fun of them.
(b) He sends them to friends.
(c) He deletes them.
(d) He records them.
5. Why does Violet claim they live in a republic?
(a) Because they elect people to vote for them.
(b) Because one person runs the country.
(c) Because the corporations own everything.
(d) Because everyone votes on everything.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Quendy say about Violet?
2. What riot does Violet ask about?
3. What does Titus do with Link and Marty?
4. What does Violet always read about?
5. What does Titus 'dream' about in 'Nudging Again'?
Short Essay Questions
1. Explain why Loga and Calista are mean to Violet in 'The Real Thing'.
2. Explain what happens when Violet sends the advertisements she received from her shopping trip to Titus.
3. Describe what Titus is experiencing at the end of 'A Day in the Country'.
4. Explain what happens during Spin the Bottle.
5. Why is Titus uneasy around Violet?
6. What does Violet chat to Titus about her family, and their feeds?
7. Describe Titus' dream in 'Nudging Again'?
8. Describe the sea as Titus and Violet view it, and what is shows about the world Titus lives in.
9. Explain why Titus enjoys Violet so much.
10. Explain what Violet tells Titus about Central America, and what he hears on the radio.
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