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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. What is the name of the neighborhood mugger?
2. Lilly is vehemently opposed to:
3. What is Mia's grandmother's official title?
4. What is the title of Mia's poem?
5. Who pays for the TV show?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Mia suspect that Michael chose her over Lana Weinberger?
2. Why is it more relaxing for Mia at the Moscovitzes' house?
3. Who is Mia's paternal grandmother? What is Mia's opinion of the grandmother?
4. What is Mia's reaction to her mother, Helen, dating one of her teachers?
5. How does Lilly react to the presence of Lars? What is Lilly's advice to Mia regarding Lars?
6. What is Lilly's opinion on Christian monarchies?
7. Why is Mia so upset when her father tells her about being the Princess of Genovia?
8. Why are Lilly's parents upset with their daughter? What is the potential punishment for Lilly's behavior?
9. What ailment plagued Mia's father? What was the result of the treatment? Was he cured?
10. How does Mia react when Lilly asks if she would choose Josh Richter or Michael as a life partner?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
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 2
The parents of Lilly and Michael Moscovitz are both psychiatrists. How does this affect Lilly and Michael? How does the occupation influence how Lilly sees life? Do the professionals have any bearing on the extremely high IQs of their children?
Essay Topic 3
Where does Mia's father live? What is the main gross national product of the country? Where is the country located? What is the political structure? How does the status of the country affect Mia?
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