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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 Cannie read while staying at her mother's house?
(a) Her screenplay.
(b) Moxie back issues.
(c) Her childhood books.
(d) Reader's Digest.
2. Where does Cannie go to interview Maxi Ryder?
(a) New York.
(c) Los Angeles.
3. What did Cannie's father say would happen if she did not attend the school of his choice?
(a) He would disown her.
(b) He would not pay her tuition fees.
(c) He would never speak to her again.
(d) She would never be successful.
4. Where does Cannie find a note from Maxi?
(a) Stuffed in her shoe.
(b) Taped to her forehead.
(c) Taped to the fridge.
(d) Folded in her pocket.
5. When did Cannie's father return after having left his family?
(a) A year later.
(b) Six months later.
(c) Two days later.
(d) A month later.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Cannie's mother's name?
2. What worried Cannie about Dr. Blum?
3. How much weight will the weight loss program supposedly make Cannie lose?
4. What does Dr. K speak to the weight loss group about?
5. What does Samantha say would happen if Cannie and Bruce got back together?
Short Essay Questions
1. While being kept at a distance by Bruce and his friends at the reception, what does Cannie realize is her 'in' with Bruce?
2. Describe Cannie Shapiro.
3. Why didn't Cannie tell Samantha that she was pregnant?
4. At what point in the funeral service does Cannie "lose it" and why?
5. What does Tanya do shortly after Cannie is informed of her relationship with Ann?
6. What is the irony of Andy being married to Ellen?
7. What does Ann suggest is the real reason Cannie is upset about Bruce's article?
8. What makes Cannie impatient at the weight loss group meeting?
9. What advice does Maxi offer Cannie on the topic of body image, and where did she hear it?
10. What does Cannie's mother want her to do in Chapter 7?
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