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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 is Caitlin's first rabbit named?
2. What gift in the Christmas box allows Martin's mother "to be counted in society"?
3. What natural occurrence does Caitlin learn about that causes her to create a special care package for Martin?
(a) Global warming.
(b) Red Tide.
(d) Sun spots.
4. How do Martin and his mother get to the bank after they received Caitlin's gift of money in May of 1999? (Chapter 16)
(a) They take their canoe.
(b) They take the bus.
(c) They call a taxi.
(d) They walk.
5. What facility is located down the street from Caitlin's middle school?
(a) An ice-cream parlor.
(b) An elementary school.
(c) A shopping mall.
(d) A pig slaughterhouse.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the name of the foreign exchange student that comes to stay with Caitlin's family?
2. What does Martin do with the first dollar bill that Caitlin sent to him?
3. What is the name of the headmaster at Martin's high school?
4. When Martin returns from his winter break in Harare, what does he discover?
5. What country is the foreign exchange student that stays with Caitlin's family from?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Martin decide to write Caitlin's parents?
2. What surprised Caitlin about the picture of his family that Martin sent? (Chapter 31)
3. What does Martin do when he is kicked out of school for non-payment of fees?
4. How does Caitlin feel about animals?
5. How does Caitlin's gift of a Reebok t-shirt affect Martin?
6. What is Martin's father's reaction to his son receiving the highest score in all of Mutare on a national placement test?
7. What effect does the job at Alois' bank pouring tea have on Martin?
8. What is Martin's reaction to hearing his mother cry?
9. What does Caitlin discover about her impressions of Carola?
10. How does Martin's family feel about Caitlin?
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