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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where do the police believe the boy is?
(b) The cubby hole.
(c) A neighbor's house.
(d) The country.
2. What happened then the girl and her family arrived at Beaune-la-Rolande?
(a) The men and women were separated.
(b) The people were put to work.
(c) Healthy people were separated from sick people.
(d) The people were killed.
3. What do the police take from the women at Beaune-la-Rolande?
(a) Their valuables.
(b) Information about their crimes against the German state.
(c) All their possessions except one set of clothing.
(d) Their names.
4. How old is the girl's brother?
5. What does the narrator say the girl thinks about at her new location?
(a) How her brother will escape from the cubby.
(b) Why she has to wear a yellow star.
(c) When she will eat.
(d) Where her friends are.
6. Where does the girl's parents' fear come from?
(a) The Germans.
(b) The economy.
(c) The aerial bombs.
(d) The fascists.
7. What does Bertrand tell Julia when she becomes upset about his mother's apartment?
(a) To calm down.
(b) That she is imagining things.
(c) That he knows about the cubby-hole.
(d) That it had been completely gutted.
8. How is the family transported away from their neighborhood?
(a) By foot.
(b) By bus.
(c) By cart.
(d) By train.
9. What do the people do when the orders come?
(a) They hide.
(b) They riot.
(c) They resist.
(d) They comply.
10. Who is at the door when there is a knock?
(a) The girl's cousin.
(b) A neighbor.
(c) French police.
(d) German police.
11. Where do the girl and Rachel go from Beaune-la-Rolande?
(a) A swamp.
(b) The woods.
(c) The city.
(d) A farmhouse.
12. What is stamped on the family's identity cards?
13. What do the parents tell the girl?
(a) That they are not going home.
(b) That the neighbors will find the boy.
(c) That the boy will die.
(d) That they will get the boy that night.
14. What does the mother tell the girl?
(a) To get her coat and get ready to go.
(b) To run.
(c) To pack her things.
(d) To get her brother and pack some things for him.
15. How does the narrator explain the fact that Bamber did not know anything about Vel d'Hiv'?
(a) She was young.
(b) She was not Jewish.
(c) She was British.
(d) She was old.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does the narrator describe how people felt about the girl's family?
2. What are the people ordered to do?
3. How does the narrator describe the conditions at Beaune-la-Rolande?
4. What does the plaque at Vel d'Hiv' tell passersby?
5. What language are the girl's parent's speaking?
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