|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the slave guard afraid of?
(b) Being deprived of food.
(c) Silas Phelps.
2. What is Mrs. Hotchkiss's opinion of Jim?
(a) That he is an interesting character.
(b) That he is bad-tempered.
(c) That he is intelligent.
(d) That he is crazy.
3. In Chapter 30, what do the King and the Duke accuse each other of doing?
(a) Flirting with Mary Jane.
(b) Hiding the money in the coffin.
(c) Trying to drown Huck,
(d) Trying to escape with the money.
4. What does Jim throw out the window in Chapter 37?
(a) The witch pie.
(b) A tin plate.
(c) His vittles.
(d) The rope ladder.
5. Where does Huck hide the raft in Chapter 31?
(a) Under the sawmill's landing-stage.
(b) On Jackson's Island.
(c) On the other side of the river.
(d) At a woody island in the river.
6. How does Tom arrive back at the Phelps farm in Chapter 42?
(a) Carried on a mattress.
(b) In a wheelchair.
(c) On horseback.
(d) In a cart.
7. What is the problem with Jim keeping a journal?
(a) He will lose it.
(b) He has no pen.
(c) He cannot write.
(d) They are too far from the shops to buy one.
8. In what way does Jim think his prophecy of riches has been fulfilled?
(a) He experienced an epiphany in the prison room and considers that as riches.
(b) He is to receive a regular income stream.
(c) He is confirmed as having great friends, and that is riches indeed.
(d) He has received $40 from Tom.
9. How many mottoes does Tom devise for Jim's coat-of-arms?
10. What sociable activity do Jim and the boys share in Chapter 36?
(a) Telling stories.
(c) Chewing tobacco and telling stories.
(d) Smoking corncob pipes.
11. Why does Huck dress as a servant girl?
(a) So that he won't be noticed as he delivers letters.
(b) Tom persuades him to adopt this disguise to spy out information in the village.
(c) Tom persuades him that the anonymous letters must be delivered by a servant girl.
(d) The clothing won't fit Tom himself.
12. What does Huck confess to Aunt Sally in Chapter 41?
(a) That he and Tom had escaped via the lightning rod.
(b) That he had stolen chickens when traveling on the raft.
(c) That he had played pranks on Jim.
(d) That he had worn her dress.
13. For Huck, what is the effect of the farmers' visits and Aunt Sally's questions?
(a) He is scared, but keeps level-headed.
(b) He is becoming confused, but tries to stay confident.
(c) He is confident and makes up a good story, as usual.
(d) He is scared and confused.
14. What secret does Huck share with Tom in Chapter 33?
(a) That he has money hidden away.
(b) The place where the raft is hidden.
(c) That the King and the Duke are after him.
(d) That he is trying to steal Jim out of slavery.
15. What suggests that Jim is only playing along with the two boys in their outrageous escape plan?
(a) He threatens to leave if he has to put himself in physical danger.
(b) He has told another slave about the escapade.
(c) He humors them by going along with the silly, romantic nonsense.
(d) He can unshackle himself at will.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where was Aunt Sally's apron in Chapter 37?
2. How does Jim receive his food while in captivity?
3. What distance has Aunt Polly traveled to check up on Tom?
4. Why does Huck say in Chapter 32 that he needs to make a trip to town?
5. What 'relict' do the boys procure from the garret in Chapter 37?
This section contains 619 words
(approx. 3 pages at 300 words per page)