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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 pastime did Ernest thoroughly enjoy?
(b) Walking around the city.
(c) Riding subways.
2. How did Jacques feel about the light?
(a) It made his heart grow lighter.
(b) It glared harshly on their poverty.
(c) It was a waste of money.
(d) He felt it disguised the true darkness around him.
3. What was the journey like for the original settlers?
(a) Very tough and unsanitary.
(b) Smooth. The people in the new country helped them.
(c) Happy as they looked toward their new adventures.
(d) Scary as they faced the unknown.
4. What was the relationship like between Ernest and Jacques?
(a) Ernest tolerated the boy.
(b) They were close.
(c) Ernest thought Jacques was a burden.
(d) They were polite to each other, but didn't get close.
5. What were people drawn to in Ernest, including Jacques' grandmother?
(a) His infectious humor that never left.
(b) His beauty.
(c) His patience.
(d) His ability to debate.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why did Jacques and Pierre have to leave their neighborhood on a daily basis?
2. What type of relationship did students have with teachers at the lycee?
3. What made the mother and grandmother proud?
4. What did people think about Ernest?
5. What could Jacques identify by smell?
Short Essay Questions
1. What were the Arabs in the area like?
2. What did Jacques feel about Ernest?
3. Describe the grandmother's response to his task, and how Jacques feels about it.
4. How did Jacques and Pierre feel about school in general?
5. How did Ernest feel about his mother?
6. Why didn't Jacques' mother and grandmother want him to go to the lycee?
7. Why is Jacques sent out to get a hen?
8. Describe what happens when Jacques needs a permission slip signed.
9. Why did the French come to Algeria, and what did they find?
10. How does Jacques feel about his classmates?
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