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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. What does the green grass in Chapter Two indicate to David?
(a) That the land he is on is owned by a farmer.
(b) That summer has arrived.
(c) That there must be water nearby.
(d) That it has rained recently.
2. Why does David decide he must go into town?
(a) To find a church.
(b) To learn about the world.
(c) To see if the Germans were looking for him.
(d) To find a friend.
3. What does David vow never to enter, as he believes it to be dangerous?
(a) A store.
(b) A police station.
(c) A house.
(d) A church.
4. Why does David leave the town?
(a) The locals begin to wonder about him.
(b) He become afraid of the people in town.
(c) He is found by guards.
(d) He realizes he has stayed too long.
5. What does David lose into the sea?
(a) His shirt.
(b) His compass.
(c) His water.
(d) His shoes.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why doesn't David accept the man's money after he helps them?
2. What does David see at the end of Chapter One that makes him cry?
3. Why does David decide to attempt to escape?
4. What does David do that helps him not burn when he saves the girl?
5. What does David believe about countries with kings?
Short Essay Questions
1. Explain why the man on the ship does not turn David in, and how he helps him to escape.
2. Explain what the man tells David to do to escape.
3. Describe the scene with the man who loses his glasses. What does David do, what is the couple's response, and why is it disturbing for David?
4. Explain how David comes to the home of Giovanni.
5. Explain the scene between David and the couple who are out of gas. Why are they suspicious, and how does David disarm them?
6. Why was crossing the road, a dangerous task, a type of turning point for David?
7. What happens to David's clothes, and what is the result of this? How does he feel?
8. Why was it so important for David to clean himself so thoroughly?
9. Explain why David's eating of the orange forced him to consider going into town.
10. Explain what the man on the ship and the woman in the shop mean when they discuss David's eyes.
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