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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. Who does Martha focus on while speaking up in class?
2. Martha says that it must have been awful for Olive to be _____________________.
(a) so lonely.
(b) so homely.
(c) so shy.
(d) so stupid.
3. Who is Martha's best friend?
4. Which of the following is NOT a possibility that Olive is thinking as Martha speaks up in class?
(a) Olive is glad that Martha is embarrassed.
(b) Olive is horrified about Martha's actions.
(c) Olive knows about Martha's embarrassment.
(d) Olive is feeling sorry for Martha.
5. Who is Vince?
(a) Martha's boyfriend.
(b) Martha's brother.
(c) Martha's father.
(d) Martha's uncle.
Short Answer Questions
1. What was Olive's final wish in her diary?
2. On what date is Olive's journal entry written?
3. Martha loves to visit her grandmother who lives near the _____________________.
4. What secret does Martha tell Godbee in Chapter 25?
5. How does Martha know that everything is OK again between her parents?
Short Essay Questions
1. How did Godbee end the story she wrote about a girl who moved far from the ocean?
2. Which of the Manning boys has Martha always liked? Which one is she attracted to this summer?
3. How did Martha know Olive?
4. How did Godbee get that nickname?
5. What is the traditional game played during visits to Godbee's house and why is the first game night of this visit not very successful?
6. What is important to Olive's mother about what Martha must have done at some time?
7. What is the next secret Martha reveals to Godbee regarding what she wants to be one day?
8. What are a couple of conveniences that Martha has at her house but that Godbee does not have?
9. What secret does Godbee share with Martha as part of their first daily information sharing ritual?
10. What does Godbee suggest that she and Martha do every day during Martha's visit?
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