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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. Who tells Ralph "Get in there, kid, you're holding up the line"?
(a) The Treasure Island worker.
(b) The World's Fair police.
(c) The Magic Mountain attendant.
(d) His parents.
2. What does Ralph think is being built with Lincoln Logs?
(a) Magic Mountain.
(b) Fort Sheridan.
(c) Treasure Island.
(d) Fort Bragg.
3. How would you best describe Ralph's emotions in Chapter 4?
(a) Eagerly excited and then bitterly dissapointed.
(b) Extremely happy.
(c) Bitterly disappointed and then eagerly excited.
4. What was the "major award"?
(a) A bowling alley.
(b) A new house.
(c) A leg in the shape of a lamp.
(d) A lamp in the shape of a leg.
5. What makes Cedar Lake so unique?
(a) It is extremely small.
(b) It is now full of clean water.
(c) It is extremely large.
(d) It is now condemned.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Ralph call Flick's jukebox?
2. What does the author tell his mother caused the cut he received while playing with his new toy in Chapter 2?
3. How does Ralph get down?
4. What does Ralph's father do when he figures out what the "major award" is?
5. What does Ralph claim to be several stories high at the fair?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Ralph not get into trouble for his book report?
2. Why does Ralph believe that penny candy is such a big deal to a child?
3. What do we learn about Ralph by knowing he likes Red Ryder and the Little Orphan Annie radio show?
4. Why is Cedar Lake special to Ralph and Flick?
5. Why does Ralph go looking for a book in his parents' room?
6. What do Ralph and Wilbur have in common?
7. What is the significance of the blind date story?
8. Why is Wilbur Duckworth considered to be a social outcast?
9. What skills does Wilbur Duckworth display during the final band performance of his high school career?
10. Why didn't Ralph's parents both share the same feelings about the "major award"?
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