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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Mia's father stay when he's in New York?
2. Mia can't sleep because she's worried about:
3. Which of the following is not one of Mia's self-imposed flaws?
4. What organization does Mia intend to join after graduation?
5. What is the legal first name of Mia's father?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the name of the agreement between Mia and her parents? What is its purpose?
2. How does Prince Phillipe react to win Helen gets ready to leave for her date with Mr. Gianini?
3. What is Lilly's opinion on Christian monarchies?
4. Why is Mia so upset when her father tells her about being the Princess of Genovia?
5. Why are Lilly's parents upset with their daughter? What is the potential punishment for Lilly's behavior?
6. What is Mia's reaction to her mother, Helen, dating one of her teachers?
7. Where do Mia's grandmother and father live? What type of area is it? What location does the author compare it to?
8. What is G&T? What is the point of it? Is it useful?
9. Why is it suddenly important for Mia to know about being a princess?
10. What is the relationship between Mia and Lilly's brother?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Lilly's show, "Lilly Tells it Like it Is," is a public access show. What is the purpose of the show? How is it funded? What topics are addressed on the show? Who is the intended audience?
Essay Topic 2
Mia's mother gives Mia a journal. Mia writes in the journal with devotion. Explain why Helen thought it was important to give Mia the journal. Were Helen's assumptions correct? How does this new activity help Mia? Is there a downside to journaling? If so, what?
Essay Topic 3
It is a shock when Mia learns of her royal heritage. How does Mia react when she receives the news? Explain Mia's reaction. Why was the information kept from Mia? Was it a wise or foolish decision?
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