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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What color is the cat that appears at the Captain's house?
2. How do the islanders feel when they find out whom the Captain is?
(a) They shun him.
(b) They apologize to him.
(c) They welcome him.
(d) They accept him.
3. What are Trudy's cats suffering from?
4. How old is Call in Chapter 1?
5. Who is Otis's father?
(a) Mr. Jones.
(b) Captain Billy.
(c) Dr. Chapman.
(d) Mr. Rice.
6. What year is it when Louise is writing in hopes of earning money?
7. How old is Louise when she is writing in hopes to earn money?
8. What is Louise saving her money for?
(a) A ticket to New York.
(b) A new piano.
(c) A boarding school.
(d) A new boat.
9. What are Call and Louise doing in Chapter 1?
(a) Catching crabs.
(c) Selling clams.
(d) Diving for oysters.
10. What branch of the military did Mr. Rice join?
(c) Air Force.
11. How long has the narrator's family lived on Rass Island?
(a) Two hundred-fifty years.
(b) One hundred-fifty years.
(c) Two hundred years.
(d) One hundred years.
12. Why does Mr. Bradshaw not allow Louise on his boat?
(a) The boat is too small.
(b) She is too young.
(c) He wants some space.
(d) Women are not allowed on the boats.
13. How does Louise say God makes her feel?
14. How much older than Caroline is Louise?
(a) Three years.
(b) Ten months.
(c) Two minutes.
(d) Two years.
15. What does Louise find when she goes to return the cat found at the Captain's house?
(a) Auntie Braxton on the floor.
(b) A hoard of cats.
(c) The house in shambles.
(d) Miss Raston being attacked.
Short Answer Questions
1. What makes it difficult to breathe during the summer in Rass?
2. What did Mrs. Bradshaw come to the island to work as?
3. What does water represent to the families on Rass Island?
4. What does Louise think after asking Call for something during the summer?
5. What is the Captain's first name?
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