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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What was the name of the chef in Mr. Remora's story of the mushroom?
2. What does the narrator say the children should have been nervous about?
3. What does Klaus say he had though briefly about doing?
4. What does Violet say is the shape of her potato?
5. What does Duncan say the man in the article found in the Bangkok Gazette had been arrested for?
Short Essay Questions
1. In Chapter 11 in what way are the children reminded of being at home?
2. How do the children do on their exams?
3. What is odd about the fact that Violet says "if we are lucky" as the narrator describes it in Chapter 8?
4. What does the narrator explain the children should be nervous about at the end of Chapter 10?
5. What happens to the children's school work as a result of their S.O.R.E.?
6. What are the children sore from in the beginning of Chapter 8?
7. Why do Klaus and Sunny not question Violet in Chapter 11 when she tells them she will need a crab for her invention?
8. Describe the plan that the Quagmires have put into action in order to help the Baudelaire children.
9. What starts the fight between Klaus and Isadora?
10. What plan do the Quagmires come up with?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
What is the significance of the Baudelaire children finding a friend in the Quagmire children?
Should the Baudelaire children have refused to let the Quagmires help them? Why?
Essay Topic 2
Does reading this book make you want to read the previous in the series? The rest in the series? Explain the reasoning. Does the narrator's explanation that the Baudelaires' story doesn't end well affect your desire to read the other books? Why?
Essay Topic 3
Describe Carmelita Spats' character. Compare her to Count Olaf. In what ways are they similar? In what ways are the different? Explain.
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