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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. Just before kissing him, what does Enid tell Josh?
(a) She "hates Rebecca."
(b) She "plans to be a star."
(c) She "needs sexual experience."
(d) She "practically loves him."
2. After seeing Mrs. Satanist, Enid promises Rebecca she won't do what?
(a) Have sex with Josh.
(b) Call Bob Skeetes.
(d) Go to college.
3. What type of music is playing at Hubba Hubba's?
(a) Juke box.
(b) Classic Rock.
(c) Piano music.
(d) Italian opera.
4. What did the "Bearded Windbreaker" find attractive about the woman in the missed connection?
(a) Flamboyant shoes.
(b) Red hair.
(c) Fur coat.
(d) Her laugh.
5. Josh thought "Bearded Windbreaker" said what to them?
(a) "How embarrassing."
(b) "Just my luck."
(c) "You'll pay for this."
(d) "Very funny."
Short Answer Questions
1. Why do Rebecca and Enid propose to Josh?
2. What type of car does Enid buy?
3. How long did "Bearded Windbreaker" wait at the diner?
4. With his remark about the "Friendship Channel," John implies Enid is what?
5. Rebecca and Enid take a trip to see what together?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the atmosphere like in Hubba Hubba?
2. Why is it ironic that Rebecca worries about "some creep" falling in love with her?
3. What unusual family dynamic did Enid grow up with and how did it affect her?
4. When Enid's father tries to offer comfort when she is crying, how does Enid respond?
5. Why does Enid assume "Norman" is crazy?
6. Why is Enid ambivalent on politics?
7. After Enid's fight with Rebecca, Enid's father does what to try and cheer Enid?
8. in Chapter Six, why are Enid and Rebecca disappointed with Angels?
9. Why does Rebecca begin to get upset when Enid starts incorporating vocabulary words into her speech patterns?
10. Once Enid takes the college entry test, what are the next steps in the college entry process?
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