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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the narrator's name?
2. How long has the narrator's family lived on Rass Island?
(a) Two hundred years.
(b) Two hundred-fifty years.
(c) One hundred-fifty years.
(d) One hundred years.
3. Who says they know where the new people at the ferry are going?
(a) Captain Billy.
(b) Mr. Bradshaw.
4. What family tradition does the narrator's sister not keep?
(a) Becoming a teacher.
(b) Marrying a fisherman.
(c) Staying on the island.
(d) Going to college.
5. Who do the elders of the town think the strange man is?
(a) An Army recruiter.
(b) Captain Wallace's son.
(c) Mr. Bradshaw's nephew.
(d) Captain Billy's illegitimate son.
6. What does Louise's sister plan to do over the summer?
(a) Write her autobiography.
(b) Go on a trip.
(c) Practice singing.
(d) Get a good tan.
7. What does Louise write to try to earn money?
(a) An ad jingle.
(b) Song lyrics.
(c) A poem.
(d) A story line.
8. Whom does Louise take with her every day after school lets out?
(a) Her mother.
9. How old was Louise when she first learned to catch crabs?
10. How does Louise describe Call in Chapter 1?
11. How does Trudy live?
(a) As if she is wealthy.
(b) As if she is sickly.
(c) As if she is in fear.
(d) As if she is destitute.
12. How does Louise's grandmother feel about the water?
(a) She no longer thinks of it.
(b) She loves it.
(c) She hates it.
(d) She is intimidated by it.
13. What did Captain Wallace's son use his money for?
(a) Paying debts.
(c) A wedding.
14. How old is Call in Chapter 1?
15. In what month does it get hard to breathe in Rass?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is Otis's father?
2. Where did Mr. Bradshaw serve as a soldier?
3. What does Louise say she walks between as she walks down the streets of Rass Island?
4. How does Louise feel when she presents her idea of not celebrating?
5. What is the Captain's first name?
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