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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. In Chapter Six, Rebecca is scared Enid will what?
(a) Go to Strathmore.
(b) All of these.
(c) Leave her.
(d) Get accepted at Strathmore.
2. According to Mrs. Satanist, where has Mr. Satanist gone?
(a) To a baseball game.
(b) To Mexico.
(c) To Florida.
(d) To Angels.
3. What are Rebecca and Enid looking at in the beginning of Chapter Seven?
(a) The neighborhood boy.
(b) The Internet.
(c) Enid's attack.
(d) Old photos.
4. What message is written on the garage in graffiti?
(a) Ghost World.
(c) Seize the Day.
(d) You Can Do It.
5. What did the "Bearded Windbreaker" find attractive about the woman in the missed connection?
(a) Red hair.
(b) Her laugh.
(c) Flamboyant shoes.
(d) Fur coat.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Enid hide from on the way home from the record store?
2. Enid thinks that being pregnant would be what?
3. When Enid calls Bob Skeetes for the second time, why is she unable to leave a message?
4. Since Enid and Josh kissed, Rebecca is convinced that Josh what?
5. The two old ladies at Angels remind Enid and Rebecca of whom?
Short Essay Questions
1. What do Rebecca and Enid make fun of, once they are at Hubba Hubba?
2. Why does Rebecca begin to get upset when Enid starts incorporating vocabulary words into her speech patterns?
3. Why is John Ellis going on a talk show?
4. After kissing Josh, Enid pretends to feel what for him, in front of Rebecca?
5. Why does Enid take driving lessons?
6. Why is it ironic that Rebecca worries about "some creep" falling in love with her?
7. Why does Rebecca feel betrayed when she learns Enid plans to go to college?
8. Why are Enid and Rebecca horrified when Melorra suggests they should hang out with her?
9. Why do Enid and Rebecca leave a message for "Bearded Windbreaker"?
10. What unusual family dynamic did Enid grow up with and how did it affect her?
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