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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 are the German soldiers suspicious that Ellen is not who she says she is?
(a) Her eyes are blue.
(b) Her hair is black.
(c) Her hair is blonde.
(d) She is taller than Annemarie.
2. Whose house had Annemarie been visiting when she saw Sweden?
3. Which word describes best how Annemarie feels at being stopped by the German soldiers in Chapter 1?
4. After going to Uncle Henrik's house, what does Mama insist the girls do from then on?
(a) Help Uncle Henrik on the boat.
(b) Only swim during the night.
(c) Eat only potatoes.
(d) Stay in the house.
5. What do Annemarie, Kirsti and Ellen's mothers do every afternoon?
(a) Get together to make extra blankets.
(b) Walk the girls to school.
(c) Cook meals for the fighters.
(d) Drink coffee together.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Chapter 9, where does Annemarie go after dinner to have a private conversation with her uncle?
2. What does Kirsti decide to name the kitten?
3. With what toys do Annemarie and Ellen play in Chapter 3?
4. Why can't Annemarie, Kirsti and Ellen read the sign on Mrs. Hirsch's door in Chapter 3?
5. What happened to Lise?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why do the German Soldiers seem a normal part of life to Kirsti?
2. Who tipped off the Rabbi who warned the Jews that the Germans were rounding them up?
3. How do the people survive the cold while the electricity has been rationed?
4. How does Ellen react to having to wear a hand-me-down jacket?
5. Why was Mama a good choice to lead a group to Henrik's boat?
6. In Chapter 13, what does Inge tell Annemarie to do should the soldiers stop her?
7. How does Ellen offer to fix Kirsti's shoes?
8. How did Annemarie find out the fireworks were not for Kirsti's birthday?
9. Why do you think Papa speaks to Henrik on the phone in code?
10. Describe at least two of the people who are in the living room "mourning" Aunt Birte with Annemarie.
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