Chapter 1: Cousin Kate from Budapest
1. How old is Jancsi at the beginning of the book?
2. How is Jancsi related to Kate?
(a) She is his niece.
(b) They are cousins.
(c) She is his aunt.
(d) They are siblings.
3. Where is Kate from?
4. What disease is Kate recovering from?
5. What is Kate's father's occupation?
6. Why is Jancsi so excited for Kate to come stay with him?
(a) He is lonely.
(b) He wants help with his chores.
(c) He has never met her.
(d) He misses her.
7. How does Jancsi imagine Kate before she comes?
(a) As a tom boy.
(b) As a city slicker.
(c) As a fairy tale princess.
(d) As a toy doll.
8. What does Jancsi do to prepare for Kate's coming?
(a) Tidies his room.
(b) Puts on his Sunday clothes.
(c) All of these.
(d) Hitches the wagon.
9. What does Jancsi rush through the day Kate comes?
(a) His chores.
(b) All of these.
(c) His school work.
(d) Getting dressed.
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