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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. In "Chapter 18," what sound starts the traditional dance?
(b) Breaking sticks.
(c) Splashing water.
(d) Dropping stones.
2. In "Chapter 15," how does Satoko confess her feelings to Kiyoaki?
(a) With a painting
(b) With a letter.
(c) With a song.
(d) With a poem.
3. Why does Iinuma want his flirtation kept secret?
(a) He doesn't want to be fired.
(b) She wants him to keep it secret.
(c) He is embarrassed.
(d) He is a private man.
4. Who asks Kiyoaki about Satoko coming to the cherry festival?
(a) A neighbor.
(b) His tutor.
(c) A Siamese prince.
(d) His father.
5. What does Satoko do while kissing Kiyoaki in "Chapter 19"?
(a) She holds his hand.
(b) She laughs.
(c) She runs away.
(d) She cries.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Satoko say after Kiyoaki kisses her for the first time?
2. In "Chapter 15," why does Kiyoaki throw away his early letter drafts to Satoko?
3. How do Kiyoaki and Satoko help care for the dead dog?
4. In "Chapter 16," when does Kiyoaki visit his grandmother?
5. In "Chapter 11," why does Satoko want Kiyoaki to skip school?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Kiyoaki and Satoko's first kiss like?
2. In "Chapter 6," what does Kiyoaki write in a letter to Satoko?
3. What do Honda and the senior nun talk about?
4. How does Kiyoaki respond when Satoko asks him to skip school in "Chapter 11"?
5. What does Kiyoaki do after mailing his letter to Satoko in "Chapter 6"?
6. Why does Kiyoaki's family decide to not open their house to the public for the spring festivities in "Chapter 16"?
7. In "Chapter 38," what does Honda think of the dead mole?
8. What happens when Kiyoaki sits on the beach at the villa in "Chapter 32"?
9. In "Chapter 19," what upsets Satoko?
10. How does Kiyoaki try to impress Satoko when he sees her again for the first time since childhood?
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