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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part One, Chapter 5.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who is Hannah?
(a) Katie's sister.
(b) Katie's dead sister.
(c) Katie's cousin.
(d) Katie's dead cousin.
2. What does Katie think when Ellie explains the English judicial system to her?
(a) Katie doesn't understand why the English are reacting the way they are about the incident.
(b) Katie doesn't understand why she can't defend herself.
(c) Katie doesn't understand why she shouldn't just be allowed to tell the truth and receive a fitting punishment.
(d) Katie doesn't understand the complexity of the system.
3. What did Lizzie see on Katie that made her suspicious?
(a) Katie didn't show any love to the baby.
(b) Katie staying silent.
(c) Blood running down Katie's leg.
(d) Katie running out of the barn.
4. What does Lizzie Munro first think when the police are called to the farm?
(a) That the police should get more clarification on the situation before going to the farm.
(b) That the Amish should have their own police force.
(c) That it is nothing more than a misunderstanding since felonies are rare on Amish farms.
(d) That she is too tired to deal with the farm peoples' problems this morning.
5. When Katie and Jacob went to the pond the first anniversary of their sister's death, what did Katie see for the first time?
(a) The pond in the darkness.
(b) Her sister's ghost floating over the water in the night sky.
(c) Her sister ghost skating over the pond.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where was Jacob when Katie's sister drowned in the pond?
2. Who agreed to accept responsibility and supervise Katie prior to trial?
3. Why wouldn't Sarah supervise her daughter, Katie, so that Katie could be released pending trial?
4. What sort of defense is Ellie contemplating mounting for Katie at the end of Chapter 4?
5. What is a good sign that members of the community will be willing to help Ellie?
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