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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. What baseball team did Steve and his father,"the astronaut" go to see play?
(a) The New York Yankees.
(b) The Atlanta Braves.
(c) The Houston Astros.
(d) The Baltimore Orioles.
2. What did Steve want to borrow for his homecoming date?
(a) His father's car.
(b) A tie.
(d) His cologne.
3. Where does Doug go to college?
(a) University of Texas at Austin.
(c) Lousianna State University
(d) University of Wyoming
4. On Saturdays what does Steve's dad like to do?
(a) Hang out with other astronauts.
(b) Watch football on TV all day.
(d) Lawn work.
5. Steve's little sister's name is what?
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the name of Sarah's boyfriend?
2. Why did Steve go to his mom's office?
3. What does the reporter refer to GOD as?
4. What is the title to GOD's float?
5. In Sarah's letter she tells Steve that someone has a crush on him. Who is it?
Short Essay Questions
1. The blue envelopes sitting on the bar Steve's senior year are significant why?
2. After the homecoming dance, Steve and Dub talk about their week. What does Dub reveal?
3. Cap's is the place that Steve goes to after school. What is it and why is it good for Steve?
4. Describe the scene where Sarah asks for Steve's help to gain permission to go the Pearl Jam concert.
5. Describe the scene where Steve first sees Mr. Demouy as a man rather than just a teacher.
6. What was Steve and Dub's first date?
7. Steve's sophomore year Doug and Steve formed a new group after they are done with Skate or Die. What was the second club and what did it mean?
8. What are the doubts that Steve begins having about going with Dub to the dance?
9. Describe the scene in Houston, Sophomore Year where Steve comes to the kitchen while his father is there.
10. What are some examples of how Steve garnered his father's disapproval?
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