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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 the teacher tell the students?
(a) That school is no longer going to meet.
(b) A brief history of the Jews and the persecution they have endured.
(c) That war is coming and they must start thinking like soldiers.
(d) That they must all join Jungvolk.
2. What image strikes the narrator?
(a) A passing look of a skull imposed over Friedrich.
(b) The sun touching the horizon.
(c) The brilliant white tablecloth, loaves of bread, candles, and wine glasses.
(d) The picture of Moses on the wall.
3. What has the narrator's father encouraged him to do?
(a) Abandon his friendship with Friedrich.
(b) Remain Friedrich's friend.
(c) Quit the Jungvolk.
(d) Stay in the Jungvolk and do his duty.
4. Who gets to go outside and play?
(a) The narrator's sister.
(b) No one.
(c) The two children in the basement apartment.
5. What does the narrator warn Friedrich not to reveal?
(a) That Friedrich is not a Nazi.
(b) That the narrator has no money.
(c) That the narrator is a year too young to join the group.
(d) That Friedrich is Jewish.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does the housekeeper work?
2. What does Herr Resch yell at Friedrich?
3. Of what does the speaker talk?
4. Who watches the narrator while his mother is working?
5. What do the two boys do?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the first encounter the narrator remembers between him and Friedrich.
2. How does the teacher demonstrate his sympathy for the Jews and for Friedrich in particular?
3. Do you think Herr Schneider should have listened to the narrator's father about leaving Germany?
4. Why do you think Friedrich says "Heil, Hitler" outside the department store?
5. What does the narrator say when Herr Schneider asks him about the Jungvolk and how does Herr Schneider respond to the narrator's reply?
6. Describe the proceedings in the court and their implications.
7. Why do you think the narrator is so distracted?
8. How does the narrator describe the Jewish Sabbath dinner at Friedrich's home? What does this indicate to the reader?
9. Who is Dr. Jakob Askenase and what is significant about the boys' visit there in this chapter?
10. What first appears in this chapter and what is the context?
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