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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 decide to attempt to escape?
(a) He believes he will be captured again.
(b) He believes he will be saved.
(c) He believes he will be killed.
(d) He believes he can make it.
2. What does the man in town give to David to eat?
(a) An orange.
(b) A banana.
(c) A loaf of bread.
(d) A steak.
3. What did Johannes teach David about saying thank you?
(a) He taught him never to thank anyone for anything.
(b) He taught him always to say thank you.
(c) He taught him to thank only those he disliked.
(d) He taught him to thank only those he liked.
4. How does David put out the fire in the girls hair?
(a) He stomps on it.
(b) With his dry shirt.
(c) With his hands.
(d) With his damp shirt.
5. Who is present when the family arrives to help?
(a) The police.
(c) The fire department.
(d) The boy who beat him earlier.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does David leave the town?
2. Why does David decide he must go into town?
3. What story does David concoct to explain his travels?
4. Why does David not wash in the fountains in town?
5. Why doesn't David ask God for help in saving the young girl?
Short Essay Questions
1. Explain why David decides to stay with the family, when asked.
2. Explain why David is beat up, and why he refuses to fight back.
3. Explain why David is afraid to attempt to hitchhike.
4. Why was crossing the road, a dangerous task, a type of turning point for David?
5. Explain why David knows so little of himself, including where he is from, and what he looks like.
6. Why was it so important for David to clean himself so thoroughly?
7. Explain why David refused the man's money, and why the man hid money in David's bundle.
8. Explain why David knows so many languages, and how this might be able to help him.
9. Explain why David thinks Angelo is stupid.
10. Explain how David comes to the home of Giovanni.
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