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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. Where do Adam Harmon and his sons plan to go when they see Mary?
(a) Draper's Meadow.
(b) The fields.
(c) The O-Y-O.
(d) Drunkard's Bottom.
2. How long have Mary and Ghetel gone without food at the beginning of Chapter 17?
(a) 1 day.
(b) 4 weeks.
(c) 3 weeks.
(d) 4 days.
3. What does Will Ingles believe Snake Stick is missing?
4. Why doesn't Mary go on without her when Ghetel goes back for the horse?
(a) Mary doesn't like Ghetel.
(b) Mary is frightened.
(c) Mary is unsure of where to go.
(d) Mary doesn't want to travel alone.
5. Why is the Harmon family in a hurry?
(a) They are happy to be moving.
(b) They are worried about an Indian attack.
(c) They are excited to go on vacation.
(d) They are sad to be home.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is a "troublesome piece of baggage?"
2. Who asks where Mary has been for the past five months?
3. How does Mary become ill with a runny nose and losing her voice?
4. Where do Mary and the Harmons stop on their way to the fort?
5. How many miles does Mary say she walked?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Mary say her hunger is worse after she eats the second turnip?
2. What one impulsive act does Ghetel's massive hunger cause her to do?
3. Describe how Mary relies on the approval of others despite being the leader in control of the journey?
4. How was Ghetel's attack on Mary foreshadowed in a previous chapter?
5. Why does it scare Mary when Ghetel eats the frog's tiny front legs?
6. Why does Mary doubt her ability to get back to Draper's Meadow in Chapter 19?
7. Why does Mary struggle to remain dedicated to getting home on her own without Ghetel?
8. Explain why Ghetel suddenly attacks Mary.
9. Why does Mary complain that walking with Ghetel is a huge burden?
10. Why is the loss of the tomahawk significant to Mary and Ghetel?
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