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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. When does Ellen become fearful of Gemmy?
(a) When he speaks
(b) When he disappears
(c) All the time
(d) At night
2. Who is Andy most eager to tell of Gemmy's visitors?
(c) Jim Sweetman
3. What do some of the settlers think Gemmy's motive was in moving to the settlement?
(a) To rob their homes
(b) To spy on them for the natives
(c) To take over the settlement
(d) To spy on them for the English
4. How does Gemmy attempt to protect the native plants while exploring with Mr. Frazer?
(a) He keeps Frazer from the forbidden plants.
(b) He only shows Frazer plants that grow in abundance.
(c) He only allows Frazer to draw pictures of the plants.
(d) He keeps Frazer from picking plants.
5. What does Gemmy use to try and explain the land to the settlers?
(c) Native sounds
(d) Native words
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Lachlan do that makes Janet feel insulted?
2. What are the children afraid of after hearing their parents' stories?
3. What does Lachlan pretend his stick is?
4. Why does Gemmy feel weak after Mr. Frazer takes his statement?
5. What does Gemmy eat that reminds him of his childhood in England?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Gemmy think bothers Jock McIvor most about his presence on their farm?
2. How does Jock's opinion of his wife change in this chapter?
3. How old does George Abbot want the people in the settlement to think he is? How old is he actually?
4. How does Jock's opinion of his neighbors change in this chapter?
5. Describe Brisbane when the McIvors arrived there.
6. Describe Gemmy's relationship with Mr. Frazer in this chapter.
7. How does Jock react to Barney Mason's concerns about Gemmy? What is ironic about his reaction?
8. Describe the two types of settlers that Gemmy encounters in this chapter.
9. Describe the game that the children were playing before they found Gemmy on the beach
10. Describe the attributes that make Mrs. Hutchence unique in the community
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