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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 is the name of the company where Antsy's father works?
(a) Pisher Plastics.
(b) Farmer Feed.
(c) Erickson Electronics.
(d) Thomas Telecommunications.
2. Whom does Old Man Crawley hire to be Lexie's companion in Chapter 7?
(d) The Schwa.
3. In Chapter 4, children put bets on dares such as having the Schwa enter what location?
(a) The principal's office.
(b) The girls' locker room.
(c) The sorority house.
(d) Their parents' closets.
4. The Schwa shows Antsy a newspaper clipping announcing the birth of whom?
(a) Lexis Crawley.
(b) Wendell Tiggor.
5. Ira has ambitions to become a _________ when he grows up.
Short Answer Questions
1. Of what heritage is Antsy's family?
2. Off what bridge do Antsy and his friends decide to throw the dummy for their first test?
3. Which of the seven deadly sins is defined as an excessive desire to possess wealth, goods, or abstract things of value with the intention to keep it for one's self?
4. What kind of dogs does Old Man Crawley have?
5. What refers to the medical use of ionizing radiation, generally used as part of cancer treatment to control malignant cells?
Short Essay Questions
1. What takes place as the Schwa begins to act out his dare in Chapter 5?
2. What new job does Crawley give to Antsy in Chapter 7?
3. What is revealed about the Schwa's mother in Chapter 2?
4. What offer does the Schwa make Antsy in Chapter 9?
5. What metaphor does Antsy recognize about his life after his parents' dispute in Chapter 10?
6. In what ways does Antsy's actions show that he is beginning to grow up in Chapter 7?
7. How does Old Man Crawley end up apprehending Antsy and the Schwa?
8. How is the concept of "trauma therapy" introduced?
9. What is revealed about the Schwa's last name in Chapter 2?
10. What prized collection does the Schwa show Antsy?
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