1. Why does John Ames tell his son that he might be gone sometime?
(a) Because he is old.
(b) Because he's tired of living in their home.
(c) Because he has to go out of town on business.
(d) Because he needs to make a trip.
2. When does John want the son to read his journals?
(a) When the son has a son of his own.
(b) When the son gets married.
(c) When the narrator is dead.
(d) When the narrator has moved away.
3. What ailment does John have, according to his doctor?
(a) Gastro-intestinal reflux disease.
(b) Angina pectoris.
(c) Pancreatic cancer.
(d) Congestive heart failure.
4. What does John tell his son he regrets?
(a) That he was away for long periods of time.
(b) That he lost his hearing.
(c) That he is dying.
(d) The hard times his son and his mother must have gone through.
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