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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. In Ponyboy's view, what is the only thing that makes him a greaser?
(a) His brothers.
(b) His long hair.
(c) Where he lives.
(d) His jacket.
2. What activity is common to the greasers?
(a) Driving old cars.
(b) Holding up gas stations.
(c) Gang fights.
(d) All answers are correct.
3. Why do the greasers sneak into the drive-in?
(a) They don't want anyone to see them.
(b) It is a challenge.
(c) They have been kicked out already.
(d) They don't have the money to pay their way in.
4. After the fight in the park, where do Johnny and Ponyboy go to find help?
(a) Dally's house.
(b) Buck Merrill's house.
(c) Ponyboy's house.
(d) Johnny's house.
5. What are Johnny's injuries from the fire?
(a) A concussion and bad burns.
(b) A broken back and 3rd degree burns.
(c) Two broken legs.
(d) A broken neck.
Short Answer Questions
1. What happened to Ponyboy's parents?
2. Cherry says the greasers are more ___________ than the Socs.
3. Who is in the ambulance with Ponyboy?
4. Where do the greasers sit when they are at the drive-in?
5. In Chapter 2, Ponyboy, Johnny, and the other greasers sneak into which of the following?
Short Essay Questions
1. What strikes Johnny about the characters in Gone With The Wind?
2. Why does Cherry act as a spy for the greasers?
3. Explain how Johnny speaks up to the older boys at the drive-in.
4. What happens when Ponyboy comes home late in Chapter 3?
5. What injuries do Ponyboy and Johnny sustain in the fire?
6. How does Dally approach the Soc girls at the drive-in?
7. What two differences does Cherry point out between the greasers and the Socs?
8. What do Johnny and Ponyboy talk about one morning while watching the sunrise?
9. What does Soda tell Ponyboy in the letter he sends with Dally?
10. Describe the differences in how Ponyboy's two brothers treat him.
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