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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 are children more dangerous to David than adults?
(a) They can tell he is different immediately.
(b) They are more likely to tell on him.
(c) They are more suspicious.
(d) They are more violent.
2. What are the eating utensils made from at dinner?
3. What is David nervous of doing?
(a) Being rude.
(b) Throwing up.
(c) Hurting himself.
(d) Spilling something.
4. What does David ask God to help him with, in terms of transportation?
(a) He asks God to give him a car.
(b) He asks God to give him courage to hitchhike.
(c) He asks God to help him find a bike.
(d) He asks God to give him a horse.
5. What does David do to his hair?
(a) Shaves it.
(b) Dyes it.
(c) Washes it.
(d) Cuts it.
Short Answer Questions
1. What vehicle does David smuggle himself into in this chapter that helps him reach his destination?
2. What does the green grass in Chapter Two indicate to David?
3. What did Johannes tell David about greedy people?
4. What does David notice about the people in the first town he visits?
5. Why does David think Angelo is stupid?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is being able to use proper wording important to David?
2. Describe how David escapes the stable.
3. How does David cross into Denmark?
4. Describe David's response to his new surroundings, and why they are so powerful.
5. Describe David's reaction to his bedroom, when he awakens the first time.
6. Why was it so important for David to clean himself so thoroughly?
7. Why does David stop caring consciously about what happens to him, and how does he manage to keep going?
8. Why does David decide, as he runs during his escape, to stop running and instead to walk?
9. Why does David have such difficulty understanding the young boys he has come to live with?
10. How does David locate Edith, and what happens when he arrives?
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