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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 David leave the town?
(a) He realizes he has stayed too long.
(b) He is found by guards.
(c) The locals begin to wonder about him.
(d) He become afraid of the people in town.
2. How does David get money for food?
(a) He gambles.
(b) He gets a job.
(c) He does errands for travelers.
(d) He steals.
3. Why does David refuse to fight the boy who hits him?
(a) He doesn't know how to hit.
(b) He is afraid.
(c) He is ashamed.
(d) He doesn't want to be violent like him.
4. What does David do once he is in the stream?
(a) He goes fishing.
(b) He attempts to clean himself.
(c) He cleans his feet.
(d) He swims.
5. What does the man do to surprise David?
(a) Hides money in his bundle.
(b) Hits him.
(c) Gives him a ride to Denmark.
(d) Gives him soup and water.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does David put out the fire in the girls hair?
2. What city is David trying to reach, to get on a boat?
3. What does the man on the boat give to David to help him in the water?
4. What is the problem with the car that stalls near David as he lay in the ditch?
5. What does David struggle with as he debates about going back to the woman in town?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe David's first meal with the family.
2. Why was crossing the road, a dangerous task, a type of turning point for David?
3. Explain how being kept a slave on the farm is beneficial to David.
4. Explain why David is beat up, and why he refuses to fight back.
5. Describe how David escapes the stable.
6. Explain why David is reluctant to escape, and why he does it, despite his reservations.
7. Describe how David comes to meet Sophie Hartmann, and describe Sophie.
8. Why does David decide, as he runs during his escape, to stop running and instead to walk?
9. Explain what the man tells David to do to escape.
10. Why does Giovanni respect David?
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