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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Louise's letter say?
(a) He is inviting her to dinner.
(b) They want money to publish her lyrics.
(c) She has won the prize.
(d) He tells her about the war.
2. Whom does Louise ask to help catch the strange man?
(b) Her father.
3. Why does Call not have many male friends?
(a) The boys do not like Louise.
(b) He is fat.
(c) He prefers to play with girls.
(d) He has no father.
4. In what month does it get hard to breathe in Rass?
5. What does Caroline go to the mainland weekly for?
(a) Vocal lessons.
(b) Flute lessons.
(c) Violin lessons.
(d) Piano lessons.
6. What do most people call Louise?
(d) The Older Twin.
7. When does Call visit the Captain alone?
(a) In the mornings.
(b) On Wednesday evenings.
(c) At night.
8. Who owned the house in which the strange man is staying?
(a) The government.
(b) Captain Billy's grandfather.
(c) Charles Wallace.
(d) Mr. Bradshaw.
9. What does NOT occur in the first chapter?
(b) Plot settlement.
(c) Character development.
(d) Setting discovery.
10. How old is Louise in Chapter 1?
11. Who is Otis's father?
(a) Dr. Chapman.
(b) Mr. Jones.
(c) Mr. Rice.
(d) Captain Billy.
12. What kind of settlement does the narrator live in?
13. What illness does Caroline have when she travels in Chapter 4?
(a) An ear infection.
(b) A kidney infection.
(c) Scarlet Fever.
(d) Typhoid Fever.
14. How old were the sisters when they had whooping cough?
15. How much older than Caroline is Louise?
(a) Three years.
(b) Two minutes.
(c) Ten months.
(d) Two years.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where did Mr. Bradshaw serve as a soldier?
2. How much of her money does Louise give to her mother?
3. What does Louise say she walks between as she walks down the streets of Rass Island?
4. How much does Caroline have to pay for her music lessons?
5. Why did Captain Wallace's son leave the island?
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