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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 does Jack tell Stan about himself?
(a) He makes up a story about his heroism.
(b) His real age and how he came to be in the Army.
(c) How frightened he is.
(d) He tells him about Dotty.
2. Where is Stan from?
(c) New Orleans.
3. The night after the Germans yelling, how many guards are watching over Jack and Stan?
4. After being interviewed by the German solider, where is Jack sent to spend the night?
(a) A tent, guarded by soldiers.
(b) A pit in the ground.
(c) A cell.
(d) Tied to a tree.
5. What does Stan wonder about the German soldiers?
(a) If they will kill them.
(b) How old they are.
(c) If they have girlfriends.
(d) If they should trust them.
Short Answer Questions
1. When Jack is put on a bus on the morning after being captured, who are the other passengers?
2. What does Jack hope Dave is doing to discourage shooters?
3. After rushing from the house he broke into, what does Jack not notice as he comes to a town?
4. What section of the plane does Jack see Dave, nearly suffocated, coming out of?
5. Where do Jack and Stan travel to after escaping?
Short Essay Questions
1. Recall what happens during Jack's final mission.
2. Explain how the war has taken on a new dimension for Jack.
3. Briefly describe the character Stan who is introduced in Part 3, Chapters 13 - 15.
4. Explain what happens that makes the reader believe Jack seems unwilling to accept that his crew mates are dead.
5. Recall what Jack tells the German soldier who interviews him.
6. Analyze how Jack is beginning to change his view of the German people in Part 3, Chapter 16.
7. Explain why Jack is confused over the final mission that he is assigned in Part 3, Chapter 10.
8. Describe how Jack and Stan escape the German army camp.
9. Describe what Jack discovers about Chuckie during the final mission.
10. Recall what happens to Jack and his boiled egg.
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