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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. Where does Miss Bingham get her only comfort?
2. What kind of business did Catherine's father own?
(d) Music studio.
3. Why is the main character going to Ireland?
(a) To visit her new nephew.
(b) Her father's funeral.
(c) For a vacation.
(d) To play a concert.
4. Where is Catherine's home now?
(c) New York.
5. Which of the following was one of the changes Catherine noticed to her house?
(a) The piano has been removed.
(b) There is new furniture in all of the rooms.
(c) There are now CDs and a CD player.
(d) They have added on an extra room.
Short Answer Questions
1. What disease does Catherine suffer from?
2. How does Miss Bingham react to hearing that Catherine had a child?
3. What did Catherine have to do after she got caught lying?
4. Which of the following is not one of the things that Huang told Catherine that all compositions must have?
5. What does Catherine ask before she agrees to play the organ at the formal services for her father the next day?
Short Essay Questions
1. How did Catherine feel about the drums and how did they make her feel?
2. What did Catherine play for her mother and how did her mother react?
3. What happened in Catherine's hometown according to the bus driver?
4. Where does Mrs. MeKenna go when they come back from the funeral and what does she tell those that offer her condolences?
5. What question did Huang Xiao Gang ask Catherine and what does she remember him discussing about sound?
6. Why is the pub closed?
7. What does Catherine remember about her teachers and classmates?
8. Why does Catherine decide she can't wear jeans to her father's funeral?
9. What do Catherine and her mother see at the grave site when they go to visit?
10. What does Catherine think had been improving until this situation and what did her doctor tell her about it?
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