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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What concern has Tommy admitted to the narrator he has for the creatures in his drawings?
(a) How they can reach and fetch things.
(b) How they will keep warm.
(c) How they will be kept safe.
(d) How they might catch food.
2. In chapter 16, why does the narrator feel she must apologize to Ruth?
(a) She wants to make peace.
(b) She feels guilty.
(c) She wants to use Ruth to get close to Tommy.
(d) She is socially desperate for Ruth's friendship.
3. To where does Ruth and her friends follow the possible from the office in chapter 14?
(a) A dog park.
(b) A hospital.
(c) A gallery.
(d) A gym.
4. At what job does Rodney and Chrissie report Ruth's possible worked at?
(a) An office job.
(b) A medical job.
(c) A janitor's job.
(d) An artisitc job.
5. Who tells Chrissie and Rodney that the students at Hailsham were told about deferrals in chapter 13?
6. What does the narrator notice about Madame's door in chapter 21 as they enter her house?
(a) It is loaded with locks.
(b) It has glass panels.
(c) It is a steel security door.
(d) It allows too much light inside.
7. How does the narrator say Ruth responded to the possibility of not taking the trip to Norfolk in chapter 13?
(a) She was relieved.
(b) She was depressed.
(c) She was nonchalant.
(d) She became angry.
8. In chapter 16, what does Ruth begin to forget?
(a) The Cottages.
(b) Her childhood.
(d) Her own lies.
9. What is the one thing the narrator notices most about the drawings Tommy shows her in chapter 15?
(a) The details.
(b) The oddness of them.
(c) The childishness of them.
(d) The originality.
10. What are dream futures, as the narrator describes in chapter 12?
(a) A future the clones plan to pursue before their donations begin.
(b) A future that the clones hope they can earn the money to pursue while training as carers.
(c) A future the clones know will never come true.
(d) A future the clones plan to pursue once their donations are done.
11. What is the Goosehouse?
(a) A barn filled with geese.
(b) A barn at the Cottages with a leaky roof.
(c) An outhouse at the Cottages.
(d) A building for storing grain.
12. In chapter 16, what does James B. carry back to a picnic at Hailsham?
(a) A potato salad.
(b) A plate of cookies.
(c) A watermelon.
(d) A cake.
13. In chapter 15, what does Tommy suggest Madame does with the art from the Hailsham students?
(a) Uses it to determine who should become a donor.
(b) Uses it to raise money for the school.
(c) Uses it to determine when a clone should train as a carer.
(d) Uses it to determine who should receive deferments.
14. Why does the narrator go to Littlehampton in chapter 20?
(a) To find Miss Emily,
(b) To find Tommy's parents.
(c) To find Madame.
(d) To find Miss Lucy.
15. In chapter 13, who has been placed in charge of the spending money for the Norfolk trip?
Short Answer Questions
1. In chapter 16, who were Kathy and Ruth discussing when Ruth finds the Judy Bridgewater tape?
2. How does the narrator say the trip to Norfolk was nearly called off at the beginning of chapter 13?
3. At what point in her donation cycle did Chrissie die?
4. In chapter 14, who does Ruth tell Chrissie she would need to contact if she wanted a deferral?
5. What does the narrator think of in chapter 15 when Tommy describes his new art creations to her?
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