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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 color is Lark's new bathing suit?
(a) Blue and red.
(b) Blue and white.
(c) Red, white and blue.
(d) Red and white.
2. What skill does Mama say she's going to learn in order to find a job?
3. How many words per minute does Mama say she wants to be able to type?
4. What is Aunt Betty's condition Thursday afternoon?
(a) She feels well enough to sit up and read.
(b) She gets much better and gets out of bed.
(c) She grows feverish.
(d) She begins vomiting blood.
5. What is Papa's job at the depot?
(a) He is a builder.
(b) He is an engineer.
(c) He is a clerk.
(d) He is a typist.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the man in the hobo jungle eating when Lark passes by?
2. What is Grandma ironing while Mama reads a Life magazine at the kitchen table?
3. What does Mama say she wants to occur by next year?
4. What color are the German neighbor woman's eyes?
5. Where is Aunt Betty when Lark and Mama arrive at her house?
Short Essay Questions
1. Briefly describe what Lark observes and fells during the funeral.
2. What is the problem with Lark's hair on the day after the poker game? What does she fear will be the outcome of that problem?
3. What is the significance of what Lark tells Mama while Lark is pretending to be Mrs. Brown?
4. Describe the Cape Ann.
5. How does Mama manage the practical aspects of life in the depot, such as heating their rooms and washing dishes?
6. What makes Stella Wheeler cry during the picnic?
7. What is Lark's attitude about becoming an adult and why?
8. What is the reaction of the town when Hilly volunteers for the military? How does that change upon his return?
9. What does Lark think of Beverly prior to the picnic and why does her attitude change during the event?
10. Describe what happens when Lark tells Mr. McPhee that Marjorie is in limbo.
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