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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. Where does Rocio end up being "transported" into directly from the "gray room"?
(a) The "purple room".
(b) The "yellow room".
(c) The "blue room".
(d) The "ivory room".

2. Which of the following is the nationality of Rocio's family?
(a) Irish.
(b) Italian.
(c) Hispanic.
(d) Jewish.

3. Which city does Rocio mention as her dream destination to spend an evening?
(a) Rome.
(b) London.
(c) Paris.
(d) Dublin.

4. What type of level is determined and assigned to the residents of Rocio's street, depending on the location of certain trees?
(a) Geographic.
(b) Economic.
(c) Age.
(d) Intellectual.

5. Who wore Nieves' wedding dress for her own wedding?
(a) Teresa.
(b) Eva.
(c) Maricela.
(d) Ronelia.

Short Answer Questions

1. How many sets of guest towels are stored in the Esquibels' bathroom closet?

2. Which of the following items is not noted as being in the bathroom closet?

3. How many members comprise Rocio's family?

4. Who has gifted one of the Esquibels with most of the gifts under the Esquibel family Christmas tree?

5. What does the willow tree down the street provide for Rocio, her family, and neighbors?

Short Essay Questions

1. Based on the text in The Last of the Menu Girls section of the book, what were some of the factors that contributed to Rocio's decision not to pursue a career in the medical field?

2. Based on the narrative of the Willow Game section of the book, how do Rocio and her family show their reverence toward the willow tree?

3. Based on the narrative in The Closet section of the book, is there a correlation between the "gray room", the "blue room", the universe, and their positions in relation to a yearning for a free-like existence that Rocio may have?

4. According to the narrative in the Shooting Stars section of the book, is Rocio more impressed with Josie Marquez's wealth; or the beauty enhancements that she apparently applies to herself?

5. According to the text in the Evening in Paris, how do Rocio and her mother differ in terms of the level of forethought applied toward the purchase of Christmas gifts for one another?

6. According to the narrative in The Closet section of the book, what childlike tendencies do Rocio and her sister, Mercy share?

7. As the story progresses in the Space is a Solid section of the book, what are some of the things that Loudon does and/or fails to do that tarnish his image in terms of being "the bright spot" in Rocio's life?

8. Based on the narrative in The Last of the Menu Girls section of the book, does anything positive result from Rocio accepting the menu girl job at the hospital?

9. What factors noted in the Willow Game section of the book contribute toward normalcy in Rocio's life?

10. According to the Shooting Stars section of the book, is there a single factor that contributes toward Rocio being able to gain a positive outlook on herself, her worthiness, and an apparent realization that she will not need to adjust her life to be like that of Eloisa's, Diana's, Josie's, or Barbara's in order to attain happiness?

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