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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. Who does Sachi say saved her from being trampled at a celebration many years earlier?
(b) Her father.
(c) An unidentified soldier.
2. Who does Stephen meet in Yamaguchi?
(a) A doctor.
3. Who does Keiko say is in the Japanese army?
(a) Her brother.
(b) The man she was engaged to.
(c) Her cousin.
(d) Her uncle.
4. Why do Stephen and Matsu initially go to Yamaguchi?
(a) To deliver items from the garden.
(b) To get Stephen some fresh air.
(c) To deliver a message.
(d) To visit a friend of Matsu's.
5. How do Stephen and Sachi acknowledge each other outside the temple after Kenzo's funeral?
(a) They bow to each other.
(b) They speak in whispers.
(c) They look in each other's eyes.
(d) They don't acknowledge each other.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Stephen give Sachi in this second visit?
2. What are Stephen and Matsu doing when the wave crashes into the garden?
3. What does Kenzo give Stephen?
4. How does his father's departure affect Stephen?
5. What is Stephen's reaction to his father's visit to Tamuri in October of 1937?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Keiko let Stephen know she is interested in him despite her father?
2. What agreement do Stephen's parents seem to come to after his father's visit?
3. Explain why it is significant that Matsu gives Stephen Fumiko's contact information?
4. How does Matsu feel about his sister's decision to deal with her disease?
5. What implications are given that Matsu is becoming fond of Stephen?
6. How does the removal of Sachi's scarf indicate her growing closeness to Stephen?
7. What activities surround Fumiko's arrival?
8. How do Stephen and Keiko's father interact when they meet in the village after Kenzo's burial?
9. How did Tomoko's death bring Sachi and Matsu closer?
10. How does the storm impact Stephen's relationship with Sachi and Matsu?
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