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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. How many children does Aunt Hurlecka have?
2. What is the name of Auntie and Uncle's butler?
3. How does Aunt Hulecka feel about Kneadus befriending her staff?
(a) She is apathetic to it.
(b) She is excited by it.
(c) She is outraged by it.
(d) She is confused by it.
4. What sound do the boys hear as they make their way to the outskirts of the city?
(a) Dogs barking.
(b) Monkeys howling.
(c) Roosters crowing.
(d) Cats mewling.
5. Which of the following characters did not write a love letter to Zuta that she keeps in her bedroom dresser?
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does the colonel in the crowd decide to shoot the tennis ball during the match?
2. What bizarre action does Joey watch Zuta do after he hears her groaning in the dark?
3. Which of the following characters is not involved in the massive brawl at the end of the novel?
4. What animal is Uncle most afraid of in the wild?
5. What sound does Joey make through the wall to let Zuta know he's spying on her?
Short Essay Questions
1. How do Joey and Kneadus fare while searching for the farmhand in the city?
2. Why does Joey end up in a field at the end of the novel?
3. How does the narrator explain his beliefs that all art is an imitation?
4. What happens when Pimko also arrives outside Zuta's window while Kopyrda is still inside?
5. How does Mrs. Youngblood react when she sees Zuta walking down the street with a boy she doesn't know?
6. Why does Joey alter the fruit compote he is served for dessert with the Youngblood family?
7. How does Auntie feel about the budding friendship between Valek and Kneadus?
8. Why does Joey create a peephole between his bedroom and Zuta's bedroom?
9. What interesting items does Joey find in Zuta's bedroom when he snoops through her belongings?
10. Who starts the final brawl of the novel?
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