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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. Why does Rooster Jim land in a hay bale?
(a) The cow pushes him into it.
(b) The horse throws him into it.
(c) He trips on a boulder.
(d) He cannot control his bike.
2. What begins on September 12, 1918?
(a) Harvesting a second wheat crop.
(b) The end of WWI.
(c) Registration for the third draft.
(d) Harvesting the milo.
3. What does Rooster Jim have when he comes towards Hattie?
(a) A new horse.
(b) A buggy.
(c) A bicycle.
(d) A gun.
4. What does Hattie suggest forgiveness is an important part of?
(a) A healthy country.
(b) Being at peace.
(c) Growing up.
5. Why does Hattie send Karl and Chase to her house?
(a) To get more flaxseed.
(b) To keep them away from the flu germs.
(c) To get more sagebrush.
(d) To feed her animals.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Hattie get to do during the game the picnic participants play?
2. Of what are the papers full?
3. What does Hattie have Chase doing?
4. What does Hattie realize about Traft that softens her attitude towards him momentarily?
5. Why does Hattie spend a great deal of time with Perilee these days?
Short Essay Questions
1. What do they have to do with the new baby since she is premature?
2. What happens when Hattie goes to visit Perilee?
3. How does Hattie acquire chickens and what does she have to do to keep them safe?
4. What begins on September 12th, and who will it encompass?
5. What happens after Hattie and the others who are threshing see big, black clouds rolling in?
6. What are Hattie and Perilee working on as Perilee waits to deliver her baby, and what does Perilee promise?
7. What does Hattie's next installment describe?
8. How does Traft explain the fact that he has not yet been drafted into the military?
9. How does Elmer Junior intervene for his father and what is the result?
10. What does Hattie think about after witnessing events at the Ren homestead?
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