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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. In Chapter 7, how far up the creek does Crusoe find that the tide does not flow any higher and the creek is just a brook?
(a) 2 miles.
(b) 3 miles.
(c) 1 1/2 miles.
(d) 2 1/2 miles.
2. On May 4, what does Crusoe catch?
(b) Small shark.
3. In Chapter 6, what does Crusoe begin reading after he begins feeling better in June?
(a) A novel.
(b) A navigation manual.
4. In Chapter 8, what is the weather like as Crusoe returns to his home area?
(b) Very hot.
(c) A little chilly.
(d) Partly cloudy.
5. In Chapter 8 when Crusoe returns home after his journey, how often does he read the Bible?
(b) On Sundays.
(c) Twice a day.
(d) Every other day.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Chapter 10, when Crusoe climbs a hill to see how far the rock ledge extends, where does a current run?
2. In Chapter 11, what does Crusoe carry on his belt?
3. In Chapter 7, how many days is Crusoe on a journey to explore the island?
4. On Crusoe's journey in Chapter 8, what does Crusoe's dog catch?
5. In Chapter 10, when Crusoe catches goats in his traps, how many does he catch?
Short Essay Questions
1. In Chapter 9 what does Crusoe discover when he tries to return home to his side of the island a different way than he came?
2. What does Crusoe notice at the beginning of Chapter 4 when he wakes?
3. In Chapter 11, what information does Crusoe provide about his cats?
4. In Chapter 9, what process does Crusoe have to go through to make a sieve?
5. In Chapter 1, how does Crusoe describe his family?
6. In Chapter 10, what does Crusoe say that he does for five years?
7. In Chapter 9 when Crusoe explores the island, what does he find?
8. How successful is Crusoe at fishing on May 4?
9. In Chapter 7, on the first day that Crusoe goes exploring, what does he find?
10. At the beginning of Chapter 11, how does Crusoe describe sitting down to dinner?
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