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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. How much longer does Jacob agree to serve Laban in order to marry Rachel?
(a) Five months
(b) Seven months
(c) Three months
(d) He does not agree to add on any more time
2. How do Joseph and Dinah spend their time together?
(a) They tell each other stories of their mothers and father
(b) They play card games.
(c) They fish in the local pond
(d) They annoy their older brothers
3. Why are many people scared of Leah?
(a) She practices witchcraft.
(b) She has two different colored eyes.
(c) She can see the future.
(d) She is very bossy.
4. Why does Leah decide to have another baby?
(a) She desperately wants another boy
(b) Rachel pressures her to have a baby
(c) Because Rachel foresees Leah having a girl
(d) Jacob insists that she have more children
5. How does Zilpah assert her own sexual power?
(a) She attempts to sleep with other men in Jacob's camp
(b) She refuses to have sex with Jacob again
(c) She expertments with her sexuality
(d) She thrusts herself onto Jacob
Short Answer Questions
1. How many years of service must Jacob give Laban before he can marry Rachel?
2. Who nurses Jacob for Rachel?
3. Who is the local midwife?
4. How many wives does Jacob now have?
5. Why does Bilhah ask if she may have a child for Rachel in Rachel's name?
Short Essay Questions
1. Is there violence when Esau and Jacob meet again?
2. Which sister is the most excited to leave?
3. Rachel is mad that she is not Jacob's wife, but why else is she mad?
4. Why is Leah sad in My Mother's Stories, Chapter 2?
5. How does Laban's life change after Jacob arrives at his camp?
6. What is another reason for Dinah's anger?
7. What is evident about Leah's character from the beginning of the book?
8. Why does Zilpah convince Rachel to not marry Jacob?
9. How does the story begin?
10. Why do the sisters plot to take away Laban's gods?
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