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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. Why do Zinkoff and Andrew stop being friends?
(a) Mr. Orwell won't let Andrew play with Zinkoff.
(b) Andrew moves away.
(c) Zinkoff's parents won't let Andrew play.
(d) Zinkoff gets sick.
2. What is Zinkoff's first teacher's name?
(a) Mrs. Mirk.
(b) Miss Meeks.
(c) Ms. Munk.
(d) Ms. Mikes.
3. What does Zinkoff throw up on in Mrs. Biswell's class?
(a) Her desk.
(b) His desk.
(c) Her eraser.
(d) The floor.
4. How does the narrator say someone might get annoyed by a happy child in winter?
(a) To not be a part of the fun.
(b) To have to share your activity.
(c) All of these.
(d) To see they are having more fun than you.
5. Why do students whisper the word Jabip to him after the first incident?
(a) To see him happy.
(b) To annoy the teacher.
(c) To make him laugh.
(d) To see him cry.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the narrator say boys will always do, when together?
2. How will someone know that a name and a boy go together in Chapter 1?
3. What does Miss Meeks like about Zinkoff?
4. How does Zinkoff feel when someone says his hat is theirs?
5. What does Zinkoff love to hear more than anything?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the narrator say the children do not notice about Zinkoff at a young age?
2. How does Zinkoff describe his first day of school to his mother?
3. How is Zinkoff described in the first chapter?
4. What is unusual about Zinkoff's first time leaving his home alone?
5. When does the narrator say Zinkoff is most profoundly discovered?
6. What do Zinkoff and his father do on Willow Street?
7. Why is Andrew sulking when his new neighbors come to visit?
8. How is the narration of the first chapter different from the rest of the book?
9. How is Mr. Yalowitz different from all the other teachers Zinkoff has had?
10. What does Andrew's father think of the neighborhood, and why?
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