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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who overhears and tells Ronnie's dad where she has gone in Chapter 5?
2. What is the name of the girl who runs into Ronnie on the beach in Chapter 3?
3. What does Ronnie see Marcus playing with on the beach in Chapter 14?
(a) A beach ball.
(b) A fireball.
(c) A frisbee.
(d) A surboard.
4. What is the name of Will's ex-girlfriend in the novel?
5. Ronnie learns that who is Will's ex-girlfriend in Chapter 14?
6. What refers to a broad idea, message, or moral of a story in literature?
7. What do Steve and Jonah go to do at the beach in Chapter 11?
(a) Play frisbee.
(b) Fly kites.
(c) Play volleyball.
8. Where does Marcus suggest he and Ronnie run away to in Chapter 4?
9. In the Prologue, Ronnie thinks of when it all began and shows her mother a news article about what?
(a) A lost child.
(b) A murder.
(c) A bank robbery.
(d) A church fire.
10. In Chapter 10, at the party, Marcus makes a point of making it appear that Ronnie is what?
(b) Taking drugs.
(d) Coming onto him.
11. What is the name of Will's childhood best friend in the novel?
12. What is Ronnie's father's name?
13. What is the main character of a literary narrative, around whom the events of the narrative's plot revolve?
14. Ronnie has had some legal problems in her hometown because of what in Chapter 1?
(a) Armed robbery.
(b) Drug charges.
(d) Underage drinking.
15. In Chapter 14, Ronnie goes to watch Will play in what?
(a) A volleyball game.
(b) A baseball game.
(c) A tennis match.
(d) A concert.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Steve spend the day with in Chapter 9?
2. How old is Ronnie in the beginning of the story?
3. Who is Marcus's girlfriend in the novel?
4. Steve has gone out of his way to alter meals to accommodate what dietary conditions of Ronnie in the novel?
5. What sports game does Ronnie watch while at the beach in Chapter 3?
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