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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Julia ask Lizzy to do?
(a) Some gardening.
(b) Read to her.
(c) Walk with her.
(d) Some cleaning.
2. What does Julia promise to do for Lizzy?
(a) Give her a new dress.
(b) Buy her freedom.
(c) Teach her to read.
(d) Find her a husband.
3. What kind of animal is Sukey?
4. How old is Muhammad when he is captured?
5. Where are slaves usually held on slave ships?
(a) The cabins.
(b) The cargo hold.
(c) The forecastle.
(d) The prow.
6. What is Sierra Leone?
(a) A river.
(b) A ship.
(c) A city.
(d) A country.
7. Where are the slavers from?
(a) New Zealand.
(b) The United States.
(c) South America.
8. What does Elijah sell in Johnson City?
(b) Corn and wheat.
(c) Scrap metal.
(d) Fish and Crab.
9. How did Moses come by his last name?
(a) His alphabetical assignment.
(b) His favorite word.
(c) His father.
(d) His plantation owner.
10. What does Moses's wife do when Lem returns to the plantation?
11. What does Julia say white people have that black people do not?
(a) Mature minds.
(b) Religious hearts.
12. What does Moses bless before a picnic?
(a) All of these.
(b) His future.
(c) His land.
(d) His family graves.
13. What is Mister Joe's position?
(b) Agricultural specialist.
(d) Land owner.
14. How does Muhammad know some of the other slaves captured with him?
(a) They are his family.
(b) He has seen them in dreams.
(c) They are from his village.
(d) He once fought their tribe.
15. What does Muhammad promise himself on the ship?
(a) He will get revenge.
(b) He will find his family.
(c) He will stay alive.
(d) All of these.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the plantation called where Lizzy lives?
2. What is Muhammad's strongest emotion while on the ship?
3. Where does Lizzy want to move?
4. Why does Saran say Sister Clinton was born?
5. Who pays special attention to Moses when we first meet him?
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