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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Why does Mr. Morse head back upstairs to his room?
(a) He wants to read a book in private.
(b) He is not feeling well.
(c) To take a nap.
(d) To get away from the people in the lounge.

2. For what does Millie try to intercede on Paul's behalf?
(a) Some peace and quiet.
(b) Some privacy.
(c) A new room.
(d) A break from looking for his grandfather.

3. What does Paul share with the Girl?
(a) He is from a very wealthy, kind family.
(b) A sandwich.
(c) He has been looking for his grandfather for five years.
(d) He has been in a workhouse for the past two years for selling marijuana in college.

4. What does the Girl do when she learns that the old man had been a train engineer?
(a) She asks to meet him with Paul.
(b) She calls him.
(c) She is ecstatic and demands the chance to talk to the old man, when he is found.
(d) She wants to interview him when Paul allows it.

5. Why does Jamie retreat to another room?
(a) To avoid any more confrontation.
(b) He is tired.
(c) He is not feeling well.
(d) He does not want to play checkers anymore.

6. For what does Millie apologize?
(a) Being rude.
(b) Not remembering Paul's grandfather herself.
(c) Not being more helpful.
(d) Not having lived at the Hotel at the time Paul's grandfather had stayed there.

7. What does the Girl suggest to Paul?
(a) There is a possibility that Mr. Katz is his grandfather.
(b) There is a possibility that Mr. Morse could be Paul's grandfather.
(c) There is a possibility that his grandfather stayed in the hotel.
(d) There is a possibility that Millie knew his grandfather.

8. Why can Mrs. Oxenham be of no further help to Paul?
(a) They never accept forwarding addresses from their residents.
(b) His grandfather deserves his privacy.
(c) She does not feel comfortable contacting his grandfather.
(d) She still has not found anything about his grandfather.

9. What does Mr. Morse tell Mr. Katz he is missing?
(a) A piece of the checkers game.
(b) Jewelry.
(c) A part of his window.
(d) His wife.

10. What does Jamie have no intentions of doing?
(a) Fighting again.
(b) Ending the checkers game.
(c) Hurting Mr. Morse.
(d) Telling Mr. Morse that he is sorry.

11. What does Mrs. Oxenham yell at Paul?
(a) To leave her alone.
(b) She knows where Paul's grandfather is.
(c) She has still found nothing about his grandfather.
(d) She has found his grandfather's name in her records.

12. What does Mr. Katz reluctantly do?
(a) Finds a room for Paul to stay in.
(b) Pulls out the record books to begin a search for evidence that the elderly Mr. Granger had stayed at the hotel.
(c) Gives Paul a refund for his previous stay.
(d) Calls Paul's grandfather.

13. What does Mrs. Oxenham admit?
(a) She wishes Mr. Morse would move out.
(b) She cannot possibly remember everyone who has been at the hotel.
(c) She is tired of all the complaints.
(d) She does not enjoy her job.

14. What does Jackie claim?
(a) She fixed Mr. Morse's window and does not know anything about any stolen goods.
(b) She is not in the mood for games.
(c) She does not want to help.
(d) She is only a nursing assistant.

15. What crazy tales does Millie tell?
(a) Of servants and ghostly visitors.
(b) Her wild family and servants.
(c) Of parties and gallant gentlemen.
(d) Hunting crocodiles and surviving hurricanes.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does Jackie claim about her car?

2. Why does Mr. Katz confront Jackie?

3. What does Millie suddenly stand and declare?

4. Why is Mr. Morse ready for another game of checkers?

5. What does Mr. Katz finally order Jackie to do?

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