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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. Where does Pippi put Bengt after he teases her?
(a) In the river.
(b) On a cart.
(c) In a tree.
(d) On top of a barn.
2. Where does Pippi say she learned to lie?
(b) New Zealand.
(c) The Amazon.
(d) The Congo.
3. What time do Tommy and Annika get out of school every day?
(a) 3:00 pm.
(b) 2:00 pm.
(c) 4:00 pm.
(d) 1:00 pm.
4. Why does Pippi stay on the floor when the children all sing?
(a) There is not room for her.
(b) They did not ask nicely enough.
(c) She does not like the songs they are singing.
(d) She needs a rest from learning.
5. What do Tommy and Annika wish as they walk to school?
(a) That they could learn from Pippi.
(b) That they could be orphans.
(c) That Pippi could go with them.
(d) That it was summertime.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Pippi ask to learn when she first gets to school?
2. Why does Pippi say she will not go with the police officers to where they want to take her?
3. What is Pippi doing when she tells the officer that she has traveled with her father?
4. How does Pippi get to the school?
5. What time does Pippi go to school?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Pippi do when she first gets to the school?
2. What does Pippi do when a police officer tells her she should be ashamed to not know the capital of Portugal?
3. What happens when the officers get back on the ground?
4. How does Annika feel when Pippi first suggests they ride her horse?
5. What does Annika ask Pippi when she first climbs into the tree, and how does Pippi respond?
6. What game does Pippi want to play from within the tree?
7. What do Annika and Tommy find at the end of their search?
8. What is Pippi's full name?
9. What does Pippi do when Annika tells her that lying is not a good thing to do?
10. What do the people of the town think when they find out Pippi lives alone?
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