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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Collin do when he hears what Mary plans to do after lunch on the first nice day after all the rain?
(a) He asks her to read a book to him.
(b) He throws a tantrum.
(c) He forbids Mary to ever speak to his father again.
(d) He fires Martha.
2. What does the head gardener of Misselthwaite think of Dickon?
(a) He thinks Dickon is an enchanter.
(b) He thinks Dickon is a bit eccentric.
(c) He thinks Dickon is a fine lad.
(d) He thinks Dickon is smart as a whip.
3. What does Collin realize as he stands up from weeding in the garden one day?
(a) He is happy.
(b) He loves Mary and Dickon.
(c) He is ready to show his father his progress.
(d) He is truly well.
4. Why does Collin not mind keeping the curtain open over the picture of his mother as he begins to get well?
(a) He hopes her picture will bring his father to visit him.
(b) He feels she is happy to be with him now.
(c) He is no longer angry with her for leaving.
(d) He misses her.
5. What is beside Dickon as he works in the garden on the first nice day after all the rain?
(a) A lamb.
(b) A deer.
(c) A rabbit.
(d) A red fox.
6. What is Mary awakened by in the night after her first fight with Colin?
(a) Collin's nurse.
(b) Doors being opened and closed and the rushing of feet.
(c) Martha's crying.
(d) Collin screaming.
7. What does Collin ask Mary to do for the surprise visitor to the garden after he is called a cripple?
(a) Show him into the garden.
(b) Swear him to secrecy.
(c) Give him the key.
(d) Invite him into the secret.
8. Why did the nurse never do what Mary did for Collin during his hysterics?
(a) She thought it would upset him.
(b) She thought he wanted space.
(c) She did not know what Collin was upset about.
(d) She was afraid is would hurt him.
9. Why is Collin so angry about being called a cripple?
(a) He finds "cripple" a horribly derrogotory term.
(b) He is ashamed of himself for not being able to prove that rumor wrong.
(c) He doesn't like the idea of so many people thinking of him that way.
(d) It intensifies his fear that maybe he is crippled.
10. Where does Mary spend her days while it is too rain to work on the Garden?
(a) Exploring Misselthwaite.
(b) Helping in the kitchen.
(c) In the library.
(d) With Collin.
11. What does Mary tell Collin when she gets to his room during his hysterics?
(a) That she, and everbody else, hates him.
(b) That there is nothing wrong with him.
(c) That his nurse is trying to kill him.
(d) That he is spoiled and selfish and deserves what he gets.
12. What surprises Martha about Mary's chance meeting Collin?
(a) She did not get lost on her way.
(b) His nurse was not there.
(c) He did not throw a tantrum.
(d) She was able to find him.
13. What is Collin's major request about his visits to the garden?
(a) Mary must always be by his side.
(b) No one should know where he goes.
(c) He must be taken in his wheel chair.
(d) Mrs. Medlock is never to go with him.
14. Who enters the garden while Collin, Dickon and Mary are expressing their thanks to the garden and its magic?
(a) Mrs. Sowerby.
(b) Dr. Craven.
(c) Collin's nurse.
15. Why is Mary so exultant when she comes to see Collin the morning after his tantrum?
(a) Spring has come.
(b) Dickon is here.
(c) The wind is blowing.
(d) Her uncle is on his way home.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Collin do on his first day in the Garden while Mary and Dickon work?
2. What does Mary threaten to do when Collin says he will send Dickon away?
3. What does Dickon say keeps him so strong?
4. What is Mrs. Medlock's reaction to Collin and Mary laughing?
5. What stops the surprise visitor to the garden from lecturing Mary?
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