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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where do Sissie and Jerry wait in the second summer chapter?
(a) On an island.
(b) Near the water.
(c) Inside a boat.
(d) Inside the bar.
2. Who becomes angry with a woman when she offers something to Sissie during the first summer?
(a) Sissie's mother.
(b) The woman's husband.
(c) Sissie's uncle.
(d) Sissie's father.
3. Whom does Sissie describe as being similar to her father?
(b) Her uncle.
(c) Her mother.
4. According to Sissie, what color does her father's face turn as he drinks?
5. Who has the idea to go to the island in the boat?
6. Which of the following might be considered a tone in the story?
7. What do the women in Sissie's narrations often wear?
(a) Big ornate hats.
(b) Church clothing.
(c) Too much jewelry.
(d) Bandanas and sunglasses.
8. What is the bird stuck in?
(a) Scum in the water.
(c) In a discarded net.
(d) A piece of trash.
9. Which of the following literary devices is present in the book?
(c) Dramatic irony.
10. Which character would be best described as vulnerable?
(a) Sissie's mother.
(b) Sissie's brothers.
(d) Sissie's aunt.
11. Which of the following is the name of Sissie's oldest brother?
12. What do the children begin throwing at the stuck bird?
13. What is Sissie's reaction to seeing a character vomiting?
14. In what body part does Sissie see similarity between her father and Jerry?
15. How old is Sissie in the first summer detailed in the story?
(a) An adult.
(b) A young child.
(c) A teenager.
(d) A middle school student.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Sissie believe her father looks as he spits?
2. Which of the following thoughts does Sissie have about her father?
3. Which of the following characters are most likable in the first summer?
4. What season is it in when Sissie is on the island?
5. What beverage does Sissie's father drink in the beginning of the story?
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