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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. Where does Theodore get used to digging holes?
(a) In the cotton fields.
(b) In the youth Army corps.
(c) In horticulture class.
(d) In juvenile detention.
2. How many steps does the narrator describe that Theodore needs to take to change his life?
3. Why does X-Ray want more money from Armpit?
(a) To buy a few more tickets.
(b) To put an ad in the paper.
(c) To buy lunch.
(d) He does not want more money.
4. What are Armpit and X-Ray doing at the opening of Chapter 5?
(a) Counting the money they have already made.
(b) Standing in line for Kaira DeLeon tickets.
(c) Getting ready to go inside to the concert.
(d) Arguing about selling drugs.
5. Who has threatened Kaira?
(a) Her stepfather.
(b) No one.
(d) Billy Boy.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Ginny's physical problem?
2. Where does Kaira suggest Ginny watch the concert?
3. What story was a plant by El Genius?
4. What is different about Kaira's show that night?
5. What does Armpit's father want of Armpit?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the interaction between Armpit and Kaira in the hotel restaurant.
2. Describe Armpit's conversation with Detective Newburg.
3. Why does Armpit want to borrow one of Ginny's stuffed animals and which one does she recommend?
4. Why are Armpit's parents concerned about Armpit taking Ginny to the concert?
5. What is the election result and how does Tatiana console Armpit?
6. What does Murdock say and do when X-Ray and Armpit arrive at his restaurant?
7. Where does Kaira take Armpit and Ginny and what do they do?
8. Why does Kaira ride in the band's bus and whose music does the band play for her?
9. Who visits Armpit while he is doing some plumbing and what do they want?
10. What "game" do Kaira and Armpit play when they leave the hotel restaurant and what does Kaira disclose to Armpit?
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