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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 did Jacques about male friendship when he was out with his uncle?
(a) It's non-existent.
(b) You always have to guard your back.
(c) There always should be some females mixed in.
(d) It is good for the soul.
2. When did Jacques have time to do what he wanted?
(a) Saturdays and Sundays.
(d) Thursday and Sunday afternoons.
3. What was Jacques' punishment for the fight he was in?
(a) He was suspended from school.
(b) He was sent home.
(c) He was whipped.
(d) He had to stay in the corner and miss recess.
4. What world did Jacques become most part of?
(a) The world of work.
(b) The world of the water
(c) The world of the lycee.
(d) The world of his neighborhood.
5. What set Jacques apart from his schoolmates?
(a) His poverty.
(b) His family traditions and values.
(c) His brilliance.
(d) His sense of humor.
Short Answer Questions
1. What was Josephin's relationship to Ernest?
2. What was the political situation like?
3. What did Pierre and Jacques treat themselves with when they had extra money?
4. Why did Jacques and Pierre have to leave their neighborhood on a daily basis?
5. Who was the old man with the canary that Jacques went to visit?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe how Lucie reacts to the task and how it makes Jacques feel.
2. Why does Jacques go to Jacques, and what does he find?
3. How did Ernest feel about his mother?
4. How does Jacques feel about his family coming to the awards ceremony?
5. Why didn't Jacques' mother and grandmother want him to go to the lycee?
6. Describe the grandmother's response to his task, and how Jacques feels about it.
7. Why did Jacques like M. Bernard so much?
8. What does Jacques feel as he goes down the hallway and outside?
9. What does Jacques do on Thursdays?
10. Describe the attitude of the vets in the soldier's home.
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