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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. Why does Harry creosote the timbers for his bomb shelter?
(a) To keep it water tight.
(b) To build doors.
(c) To support the walls.
(d) To make them easy to saw.
2. What did Harry tell Colin about the hospital?
(a) It was for sick people only.
(b) No children were allowed.
(c) Doctors were his friends.
(d) It closed early.
3. Why does Ellen buy Colin's uniform too large for him?
(a) Because she didn't know his size.
(b) So he can grow into it.
(c) Because it was the only size available.
(d) So he won't feel too confident.
4. What does Batty get involved with in Part 3, Chapter 13?
(a) Building huts.
(b) Playing rugby.
(c) Drinking alcohol.
(d) Working in a coal mine.
5. In what event does Colin place second in the spring track meet?
(a) 20-meter dash.
(b) Long jump.
(c) Shot put.
(d) High jump.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Colin get into a fist fight with in Part 3, Chapter 15?
2. What motivates Harry to create more inventions?
3. In Part 3, Chapter 13, what does Harry tell Colin he is proud of?
4. What job does Colin do when he works on a farm?
5. When does Harry start building the bomb shelter?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why couldn't Colin live at his own house in Part 1, Chapter 5?
2. How does Ellen feel when she visits her parents in Part 3, Chapter 16?
3. What happens the first time Colin goes to Sunday school?
4. Why does Colin get in trouble with his father in Part 2, Chapter 10?
5. What happens when Colin hears a voice while working on the farm in Part 3, Chapter 14?
6. What happens when Colin helps a fellow student at school in Part 3, Chapter 13?
7. How did Harry build his bomb shelter?
8. What happens during Colin's first day of school?
9. What does Colin look like after a day of working on the farm?
10. What happens on the bus ride to Colin's examination?
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