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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 David suggest to Jo Lynne when she first says she is leaving?
(a) That he visit her the next month.
(b) That they talk on the phone.
(c) That she come back the next month.
(d) That they write letters.
2. How does Jo Lynne treat David when she says goodbye before leaving town?
(a) She acts indifferent.
(b) She acts kind.
(c) She ignores him.
(d) She acts harsh.
3. What does Jo Lynne say when David invites her to a movie?
(a) She says she has to think about it.
(b) She accepts immediately.
(c) She says she has to ask her mother first.
(d) She doesn't say anything.
4. When David can't find his mother in "Chapter 9," where is the first place he goes?
(a) In the kitchen.
(d) In the backyard.
5. Why does Mr. Williams give David money in "Chapter 8"?
(a) He wants David to invest it for him.
(b) He buys things from David.
(c) He owes him money.
(d) He feels bad for him.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Aunt Mae leave for Nashville?
2. When David finds his mother in "Chapter 9," where is blood coming from?
3. Why does Aunt Mae tell David to get into Clyde's truck after graduation?
4. Why does Aunt Mae lose her job at the factory?
5. Who suggests David take Jo Lynne to the movies in "Chapter 7"?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does David react after shooting the preacher?
2. How does Aunt Mae disappoint David on his graduation night?
3. Where do David and Jo Lynne go on their first date?
4. How do the townspeople feel about David's mother in "Chapter 7"?
5. What does Aunt Mae promise David in "Chapter 8"?
6. How does David leave town after his mother dies?
7. Why does Aunt Mae leave David in "Chapter 8"?
8. What does David's mother do on his graduation night?
9. How does Aunt Mae help make David's graduation night special?
10. How does Aunt Mae help David with his love life in "Chapter 7"?
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