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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 can Brother Hubert teach Robin?
(c) The stars.
2. What does Robin ask Brother Luke to teach him?
(a) To sing.
(b) To sew.
(c) To cook
(d) To read.
3. Why does Brother Luke keep making Robin continue?
(a) He is teaching him quality workmanship.
(b) He is a perfectionist.
(c) He waits for Robin to give up.
(d) He is tired of dealing with Robin.
4. In Section 2, what does Robin begin working on after he finishes his first project?
(a) A doll.
(c) A cross.
5. Where do Brother Luke and Brother Matthews place Robin to sleep the first night of their journey?
(a) In front of a fire.
(b) In a warm bed.
(c) In a stable.
(d) In a tree trunk.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Brother Luke claim in Section 3 will be good exercise?
2. In Section 1, what does Brother Luke explain has happened to Ellen?
3. What does Robin begin to make from within his little room in Section 2?
4. Who resides in the almonry of St. Luke’s?
5. How far do Brother Luke, Brother Matthews, and Robin have to travel?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Robin mean when he says “hunger sauced it better than the finest cook could have done”?
2. Describe how Robin comes to the nickname Crookshanks.
3. Describe Robin’s actions, in relation to Ellen, at the beginning of the novel.
4. Describe the journey to St. Mark’s.
5. Explain how Robin comes to whittle a boat and a cross.
6. What happens when Robin goes fishing, and how does this help him gain upper body strength, and determination?
7. Explain what Brother Luke does to help Robin gain upper body strength, and how he helps him when his muscles tire.
8. Describe the first morning on the road in Section 5. What did the group eat, and who did they meet?
9. Describe how Brother Matthew plans to securely attach the two parts to the cross.
10. Describe why Robin wishes to read and write.
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