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Someone Like You Test | Mid-Book Test - Hard

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Mid-Book Test - Hard

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This quiz consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.

Short Answer Questions

1. While Halley is shy and quiet, Scarlett is known as being more what?



2. Where did Cameron transfer from?



3. What is the beginning of events that lead to the change in Halley and her mother's relationship?



4. What does Macon do to make Halley and Scarlett laugh?



5. How long does Halley stay at Scarlett's house?



Short Essay Questions

1. How does Halley spend the week after the accident and how does she feel about Macon?



2. What does Halley do on the drive home from the party and how does Macon react?



3. Where does Macon take Halley and what does he let her do on the way there?



4. How does Halley feel about the time she spends with Macon in P.E. and his suggestions that she come to the party with him?



5. What does Scarlett say about her judgments of Marion's boyfriends?



6. How does Halley feel about Marion and how does she describe Marion?



7. What is Halley's punishment for skipping school with Scarlett and Macon?



8. How does Halley feel about introducing Macon to her mother and why does she feel this way?



9. What happens to Halley's grandmother?



10. What continues to worry Scarlett about her pregnancy and her mother?



Essay Topics

What was the critical turning point in Halley's self-transformation? Why do you think this is the case? Use supporting information from the text in your answer.

How does the author show bullying throughout this novel? Which characters bully others? Which characters refuse to be bullied? Why do you think this is used in this type of novel?

Does this novel accurately represent the life and issues a teen today faces? Why or why not? In what ways does this novel address issues you have faced specifically in your life.

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