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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 Mr. Poe warn Klaus in the car not to do to Dr. Montgomery in regards to Montgomery's name?
(a) Mock him
(b) Taunt him
(c) Ridicule him
(d) Spit on him
2. Where does Klaus suggest Violet could get a job?
(a) Modeling agency
(c) Pre school
(d) Mechnical factory
3. Who does Mr. Poe tell the children they are going to go live with?
(a) Count Olaf
(b) Mr. Poe
(c) Dr. Montogmery
(d) A foster home
4. What does Mr. Poe tell the children is odd about Dr. Montgomery's name?
(a) He had it changed to Susan
(b) He has no first name
(c) His first name can't be pernounced
(d) His first and last name are Montgomery
5. What does Uncle Monty have in his hands when he runs into the children after they have had their breakfast?
(a) The morning news paper
(b) Folded up papers
(c) A book on Peru
(d) A snake
Short Answer Questions
1. Where had Dr. Montgomery been bitten?
2. What does Uncle Monty explain two snakes in his room have learned to do that is dangerous?
3. Dissonant Toad is known for imitating what?
4. What does Uncle Monty tell the children they can do that will make handling the snakes safe?
5. What reason does Mr. Poe give for not being able to take the children's luggage with them?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the situation when Dr. Montgomery tells the children to go find a room in his house?
2. What are the children doing in chapter five when they go up to their bed rooms after dinner?
3. What stories does Uncle Monty share with the children and they share with him?
4. What does Dr. Montgomery call the children and what is the explanation he gives for being so excited?
5. What does Mr. Poe tell the children in chapter one as they are walking up to the door?
6. Describe the different deadly snakes that Dr. Montgomery explains to the children he has and what they can do as described in chapter three.
7. Describe how life goes for the Baudelaire children for a week or so in chapter three?
8. In chapter six what does the narrator tell the reader that they can do with the book instead of finishing it?
9. In chapter one how is the life of the Baudelaire children summarized up to the point where they are driving to their new home with the unknown relative?
10. What does Uncle Monty tell the children he wants to discuss with them outside in chapter four?
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