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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When is it easy to see the ducks according to the Old Man?
(a) In lakes.
(b) In forests.
(c) In clear weather.
(d) In bad weather.
2. Who does Bobby see walking down the street with shoulders slumped?
(d) Old Man.
3. What do the Old Man and Bobby take time to maintain that Bobby likes to play in Chapter 16?
4. What does Bobby consider nonsense in Chapter 22?
5. What is the overall tone of the book by the ending chapters?
6. To what does Bobby compare waiting in November?
(a) Waiting for his first bicycle.
(b) Waiting for Christmas.
(c) Waiting for break.
(d) Waiting for school.
7. What do the Old Man and Bobby go hunting for in the marshes?
8. What does Bobby find that he receives more of when he goes quail hunting with the Old Man in Chapter 20?
(d) Used bullets.
9. What kinds of stories does the Old Man tell Bobby in Chapter 16?
10. What shooting did Bobby do by accident that he admits?
11. Where do the Old Man and Bobby stop on the way home because these places have special memories for the Old Man?
12. What does the Old Man want to do with the remaining years of his life?
(a) Stay busy.
(c) Help others.
(d) Enjoy it.
13. What kind of hunting does Bobby go on in Chapter 28?
14. What does the Old Man say there is a time and place for?
(a) Every job.
(b) Every skill.
(c) Every behavior.
(d) Every person.
15. What does the lost animal do after hearing the Old Man?
(a) Run away.
(b) Approach him.
Short Answer Questions
1. What two things does the Old Man find terrible about the kind of hunting he finds crazy?
2. What does the Old Man hate because of the effect bootlegging has on people?
3. What does the Old Man believe that he knows about life?
4. What kinds of ducks can be hard to differentiate according to the Old Man?
5. Where does Bobby accompany the Old Man while his grandmother cleans the house?
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