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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What title does Morris have?
(b) Sergeant Major.
2. What is the weather like at the beginning of the book?
3. Mrs. White chases her son around with _________.
(a) An antimacassar.
(b) A chaise.
(c) A dirty rag.
(d) A candle stick.
4. Where does Mrs. White chase her son?
(a) The parlor.
(b) The kitchen.
(c) The library.
(d) The dining room.
5. What kind of eyes does Morris have?
6. What does Morris say he is not to be blamed for when he leaves?
(a) His future illness being spread.
(b) The danger others will cause.
(c) The paw not working.
(d) Any mishap that paw causes.
7. What does White's son dislike about his house?
(a) The size.
(b) The dark windows.
(c) The path to the house.
(d) All of these.
8. What causes the family to stop talking about the paw?
(a) Dinner is served.
(b) Chess is played.
(c) Morris changes the subject.
(d) The storm rages.
9. What does Morris say makes the monkey paw work?
(c) The devil.
10. What does White compare the paw to during his first wish?
(a) A wand.
(b) A wind.
(c) A talisman.
(d) A snake.
11. How many drinks does Morris have before he will talk openly with his friends?
12. Mr. White's son wants to use the paw ___________.
(a) To make himself popular.
(b) To cure his mother.
(c) To find love.
(d) To get rich.
13. What time of day does this book start?
14. Where has Mr. White always wanted to travel?
15. What does Mrs. White say when her husband loses his game?
(a) He never had a chance.
(b) He had it coming.
(c) He should practice more.
(d) He will win next time.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who asks Morris if he would ever use the paw again?
2. How was the monkey paw preserved?
3. What does White do to distract the person he is playing a game with?
4. What does Morris do when he is asked if he would ever use the paw again?
5. What is the name of Mr. White's son?
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