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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. In "Chapter 10," why does David think about his toy train?
(a) Because he broke it.
(b) Because he left it at home.
(c) Because he is escaping.
(d) Because he is going to work on trains.
2. What does David see outside his window in "Chapter 10"?
(c) Coal mines.
3. What does Aunt Mae skip to help David with his date in "Chapter 7"?
(a) Her nap.
(b) A night class.
(c) A singing gig.
(d) A date of her own.
4. What makes David happy during the movie he sees with Jo Lynne in "Chapter 7"?
(a) Jo Lynne holds his hand.
(b) The movie is good.
(c) The tickets were cheap.
(d) No one else is in the theater.
5. Why does the train conductor talk to David in "Chapter 10"?
(a) To let him know when he has to get off the train.
(b) To ask about his personal life.
(c) He thought David was someone else.
(d) To check his ticket stub.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who takes David's envelope of money on the train?
2. Where does David take her mother to try to stop the bleeding in "Chapter 9"?
3. Why does Jo Lynne come into the drugstore in "Chapter 7"?
4. In "Chapter 10," when does David consider going to Nashville?
5. How does David feel about the shooting while on the train?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Aunt Mae help David with his love life in "Chapter 7"?
2. What happens when Aunt Mae asks Flora for help in "Chapter 6"?
3. How does David leave town after his mother dies?
4. Why does David want to bury his mother by himself?
5. In "Chapter 8," how do David's former classmates affect him?
6. What does David see outside his window in "Chapter 10"?
7. Why do David and the conductor form a relationship in "Chapter 10"?
8. How does Aunt Mae help make David's graduation night special?
9. How does David decide where to go in "Chapter 10"?
10. What makes David's father burial painful for his mother?
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