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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. What do neighbors do to help Captain Cook when he is sick?
(a) Raise money.
(b) Bring treats.
(c) Stay quiet.
(d) Write letters.
2. Why does the policeman come to Mr. Popper's house?
(a) He heard strange noises.
(b) It is part of his rounds.
(c) A neighbor reported them.
(d) The service man tipped him off.
3. What is Admiral Drake famous for?
(a) His expeditions.
(b) His inventions.
(c) His speeches.
(d) His military victories.
4. Why does the policeman not come into Mr. Popper's house?
(a) He doesn't have a warrant.
(b) Mr. Popper won't let him in.
(c) He is afraid of the penguin.
(d) All of these.
5. What does the service man think of Mr. Popper when he hears what he is to do?
(a) He is a genius.
(b) He is stupid.
(c) He is crazy.
(d) He is a chump.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Mr. Popper name his first penguin after?
2. What does Mr. Popper like to watch movies about?
3. What sound comes from the package from Admiral Drake?
4. How many reporters does Mr. Popper see on his first walk with Captain Cook?
5. Where does Captain Cook find a stairway?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Admiral Drake show that he knows of Mr. Popper?
2. How does Mr. Popper respond to the reporters who ask him about Captain Cook?
3. How does Mr. Popper show his new-found confidence?
4. What does the service man think of what Mr. Popper asks him to do?
5. What does Captain Cook do after leaving the barber shop?
6. What does Captain Cook like most in the barber shop, and why?
7. Where does the penguin sleep the first night at the Popper's, and what does Mr. Popper think of this?
8. Describe the package from Admiral Drake when it first arrives.
9. Why is Mrs. Popper so unhappy when she sees the first penguin?
10. Why does Mr. Popper end up not fulfilling what the police man asked of him?
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