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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 does Gemmy eat that reminds him of his childhood in England?
(d) Corn meal
2. Who does Lachlan plan to travel the world with?
(c) George Abbot
3. What is George's impression of Leona?
(a) He is awestruck by her beauty.
(b) He is put off by her manner.
(c) He is confused by her.
(d) He immediately likes her.
4. What does George Abbot do to convince everyone he is older than he is?
(a) Carries a pipe
(b) Speaks condescendingly to others
(c) Grows a beard
(d) Drinks alcohol
5. What is Janet's opinion of Australia?
(a) She believes it is dangerous and hostile.
(b) She believes it is beautiful and bountiful.
(c) She believes it is dark and oppressive.
(d) She believes it is boring and uninteresting.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who takes pride in bringing Gemmy to the settlement?
2. Who do the settlers worry is visiting secretly Gemmy?
3. How does Barney show his unease about Gemmy?
4. Which of the following details is NOT true of Gemmy's appearance?
5. Which of the following character traits best describes George Abbot?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Lachlan do that makes Jock proud of him?
2. What is Andy's version of the meeting Gemmy has with the natives? What is incorrect about his version?
3. What does Gemmy do to help the villagers understand him? Why does he need to do this?
4. Describe the attributes that make Mrs. Hutchence unique in the community
5. Describe Gemmy's relationship with Mr. Frazer in this chapter.
6. How does Lachlan act towards Gemmy while walking him back to the development? What does Lachlan pretend Gemmy is?
7. Describe the game that the children were playing before they found Gemmy on the beach
8. How does Gemmy attempt to protect the natives?
9. What happens to Gemmy's language skills as he lives with the natives?
10. What does Abbot do to cultivate the idea that he is older than he is?
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