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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 is Junior's grandmother's funeral moved in Chapter 23: "Wake"?
(a) To a cathedral.
(b) To a baseball field.
(c) To a football field.
(d) To the dance hall.
2. What does Junior say the score is after the first set in the volleyball game that Penelope plays in, in Chapter 16: "Rowdy Gives Me Advice About Love"?
3. Almost how many people attend Junior's grandmother's funeral in Chapter 23: "Wake"?
4. Where was Eugene when he was killed, according to Junior in Chapter 24: "Valentine Heart"?
(a) New York.
5. What grade has Junior earned in Geometry in Chapter 28: "My Final Freshman Year Report Card"?
Short Answer Questions
1. How many Mexican girls does Gordy say disappeared in the same area of Mexico as the white girl in the last three years, but that there was no news of them, in Chapter 16: "Rowdy Gives Me Advice About Love"?
2. What musical instrument does Arnold Spirit, Sr. take with him when his family goes to spend the day at the cemetery in Chapter 29: "Remembering"?
3. Where do the cool kids decide to go to a diner after the Winter Formal in Chapter 17: "Dance, Dance, Dance"?
4. How many games in a row does the Reardan High School basketball team win after losing their first game to Wellpinit in Chapter 25: "In Like a Lion"?
5. Why does Junior say he is thankful for his father's Christmas gift in Chapter 21: "And a Partridge in a Pear Tree"?
Short Essay Questions
1. What exchange takes place between Junior and the television reporter in Chapter 25: "In Like a Lion"?
2. How does Gordy respond when Junior asks for advice about love in Chapter 16: "Rowdy Gives Me Advice About Love"?
3. How does Junior describe his grandmother's wake in Chapter 23: "Wake"? Who attends the wake?
4. What communication takes place between Junior and Rowdy in Chapter 16: "Rowdy Gives Me Advice About Love"?
5. Where does Junior go with his family in Chapter 29: "Remembering"? How does Junior describe the day?
6. What is an example of irony employed by the author in Chapter 19: "My Sister Sends Me a Letter"?
7. How are the deaths of Eugene and Bobby described in Chapter 24: "Valentine Heart"?
8. How does Junior describe his relationship with mortality in comparison with the students at Reardan in Chapter 27: "Because Russian Guys Are Not Always Geniuses"?
9. What philosophical discussion do Junior and Gordy have regarding race and identity in Chapter 18: "Don't Trust Your Computer"?
10. How would you describe Junior's outlook for the future in Chapter 29: "Remembering"?
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