1. Why does Rodriguez say he is writing this book?
(a) To encourage other people to get a good education.
(b) To complain about the bad schools he attended.
(c) To explain how hard school is for children who do not speak English.
(d) To study how he became the person he is today.
2. How does Rodriguez's education affect his relationship with his parents?
(a) It causes a separation between them.
(b) His parents stop talking to him.
(c) His parents brag about him all the time.
(d) It makes him feel closer to his parents.
3. How does Rodriguez describe himself as a child?
(a) Socially disadvantaged.
(b) A wild troublemaker.
(c) Spoiled and bratty.
(d) Comfortable with English- and Spanish-speaking people.
4. What does Rodriguez say about how the people around him now say his name?
(a) They say it as if they are impressed to know him.
(b) They pronounce it differently than his Spanish-speaking family.
(c) They say his name just like everyone else's name.
(d) They mispronounce it.
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