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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What kind of move did Charlie perform at his demonstration?
(a) A kick dance.
(b) The Karma Dance.
(c) A kissake.
(d) A kata.
2. What homework was Charlie doing at the beginning of the book?
3. Why does Beth not want to be with Charlie's best friend?
(a) He was too busy to date.
(b) He was dating another girl.
(c) All of these.
(d) He was rude.
4. What did Charlie's sensei say was distracting Charlie on his last day of normalcy?
(a) The phone number.
(b) Fear of his mother.
(d) His success.
5. What is Josh's last name?
6. Who beat Charlie in a spar on his last day of normalcy?
7. What does the voice tell Charlie after the truck flips?
(a) Come back to me.
(b) Never give in.
(c) You have done well.
(d) This is not the end.
8. What is written on Charlie's hand at the beginning of the book?
(a) A book title.
(b) A test answer.
(c) An address.
(d) A telephone number.
9. Why was Charlie on a high during his classes after the demonstration?
(a) Beth accepted his request.
(b) He heard from Alex.
(c) His sensei was proud of him.
(d) The demonstration went well.
10. What does Alex say Charlie relies on for strength?
(d) All of these.
11. Who sat in the front during the demonstration?
(c) His mother.
12. Who makes the first swing at Charlie?
(c) Crew Cut.
13. What kind of car does Charlie's mother drive?
14. Who introduced Charlie at his demonstration?
(a) The history teacher.
(b) The principal.
(c) His football coach.
(d) His sensei.
15. What are the men near the black square holding?
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Charlie NOT think about while doing his demonstration?
2. What was Charlie called when introduced for his demonstration?
3. Why does Alex stop the fight brewing between his friends and Charlie?
4. What level does Charlie have in karate?
5. What kind of straps are around Charlie at the beginning of the book?
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