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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 23, what is the primary feelings the narrator tries to convey?
2. Why does Cusk avoid looking at the woman who sits near him in Chapter 27?
(a) He thinks he knows her.
(b) He isn't allowed to talk to anyone.
(c) He doesn't avoid looking at the woman.
(d) He doesn't want to talk to her.
3. How does David know where to go at the IRS REC building in Chapter 24?
(a) He asks Cusk where to go.
(b) He follows a woman with his name on a card.
(c) David doesn't know where to go.
(d) He reads a map.
4. In Chapter 22, why does David say he grew up knowing some tax laws?
(a) His father was an accountant.
(b) His family was audited twice.
(c) His mother worked for the IRS.
(d) He did not grow up knowing tax laws.
5. In Chapter 24, what level does David say he was hired into the IRS as?
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Cusk feel when he returns from his break in Chapter 27?
2. In Chapter 22, what word does David use to describe himself in his youth?
3. How does Sylvanshine first talk to Reynolds in Chapter 30?
4. In Chapter 30, how does Sylvanshine describe Lehrl's future office?
5. In Chapter 30, what example of outdated material does Sylvanshine talk about with Reynolds?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does David feel while Ms. Neti-Neti leads him into the IRS REC?
2. In Chapter 27, what surprises Cusk when he returns from his break?
3. How does David's early IRS training differ from Cusk's?
4. What is Chapter 25 about?
5. What is the relationship between the Peoria REC and Martinsburg?
6. How do IRS workers know of the phantoms?
7. How do the IRS employees entertain themselves in Chapter 32?
8. In Chapter 27, what worries Cusk most about his training?
9. Why doesn't David exit the van in Chapter 24 with the other people?
10. Why does Sylvanshine talk to Reynolds over the phone in Chapter 30?
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