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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. What is Jiya's demeanor since seeing the men building the house on the beach?
2. Kino does not feel like _______________ without Jiya.
3. What can the Old Gentleman see in Jiya's face?
4. According to Kino's father, death is the great____________________.
5. What does Kino think when he sees the beauty of the Old Gentleman's castle and gardens?
(a) His father should come see the garden.
(b) Kino wonders if the Old Gentleman would let him live there.
(c) His mother would appreciate the beautiful interior.
(d) Jiya will want to stay with the Old Gentleman.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who leads Kino and Jiya into the Old Gentleman's castle?
2. What does Kino do while Jiya learns about the Old Gentleman's offer?
3. According to Kino, what are the two forces of evil in the lives of people he knows?
4. As time passes, Setsu has grown into a pretty, _______________ girl.
5. Why does the Old Gentleman come up the hill?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Kino think that it would be impossible for Jiya to turn down the Old Gentleman's offer?
2. How do people in the village measure time now?
3. How does Jiya prepare his house so that he and Setsu can live there and not be afraid of another big wave coming?
4. What is the reason that the Old Gentleman comes up the mountain to see Jiya?
5. What is it about the geography of where he lives that makes Kino think he and his family are unfortunate?
6. Why is Kino's father not surprised that Jiya is interested in Setsu?
7. How does Jiya feel initially when he sees the new house being built on the beach?
8. How do the villagers treat the beach for many years after the big wave?
9. How does Jiya introduce the fact to Kino that he loves Setsu?
10. What is Jiya's rationale for why the Old Gentleman's castle is no safer than a house on the beach?
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