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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. Whose driveway does the intruder go into?
(a) Elsie Hawkins'.
(b) Elmer Nielson's.
(d) Vinnie Mazerelli's.
2. What kind of car does Lizabeth's aunt drive?
3. How does Lizabeth react to the person who awakens her in Chapter 3?
(a) Screams and kicks him in the knee.
(b) Drags him into her bedroom.
(c) Giggles and calls the police.
(d) Sends him back to bed.
4. Matt tells Lizabeth to get back on the board and walk like what?
(a) A fairy.
(b) A dainty elephant.
(c) A tightrope walker.
(d) None of the above.
5. What reason does Lizabeth give for not wanting Matt to go up on her roof?
(a) She doesn't want him to put a bigger hole in the roof.
(b) She is afraid that he will hurt himself and she will have to take care of him.
(c) If he falls, they will raise her homeowner's insurance.
(d) She is very concerned about his health.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Lizabeth's response to Matt's question about her hobbies?
2. What does the dog do when Jason spills his milk?
3. How many kids are in Matt's family?
4. What happens to Matt's business partner?
5. What was Lizabeth's college major?
Short Essay Questions
1. After a long conversation about the boundaries of their relationship, Lizabeth tells Matt that she is leaving him in charge. What is she leaving him in charge of and why?
2. How does Lizabeth end up falling in wet cement at the construction site?
3. Aunt Elsie is determined to stay up and see the "pervert." Is her (im)patience rewarded? How does she react to his appearance?
4. Matt is quickly becoming a close friend of the family, having already charmed Elsie and Lizabeth. What does Matt do to gain Jason and Billy's affections?
5. Matt's living room is nearly overtaken by a large, shiny, black Harley. Describe the symbolism of the Harley in this novel.
6. When Lizabeth is awakened in the middle of the night by pebbles being thrown against her window, what does she imagine it to be?
7. What does Lizabeth's house symbolize in the novel?
8. What secret does Matt share with Lizabeth after their intimate moment in the bathroom they are restoring, and how does Lizabeth react to his revelation?
9. What do you think was the purpose of including the fact that Lizabeth wanted to be a fairy when she grew up?
10. Comic relief is almost necessary in such a tension-charged novel. Describe the scene at the dinner table in Chapter 3.
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