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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. The Schwa is referred to as being __________.
(a) Effectively invisible.
(b) Functionally invisible.
(c) Virtually invisible.
(d) Ironically invisible.
2. How many dogs does Old Man Crawley have?
3. Old Man Crawley puts the Schwa in charge of walking his dogs named after __________.
(a) The seven deadly sins.
(b) Flowering plants.
(d) The seven virtues.
4. Who is the narrator in The Schwa Was Here?
(a) The Schwa's father.
(d) Old Man Crawley.
5. The Schwa invites Antsy over for dinner and shows him a clip he got that was supposedly _________.
(a) In Abraham Lincoln's desk.
(b) The Titanic.
(c) The moon.
(d) In Hitler's desk.
Short Answer Questions
1. The Schwa shows Antsy a newspaper clipping announcing the birth of whom?
2. What do Antsy and his friends intend to do with the plastic dummy when they meet up in Chapter 3?
3. Old Man Crawley is famous for an incident in which he took revenge on children for_________.
4. What is an idea that Antsy, Lexie, and the Schwa come up with when they are discussing how to change Crawley's attitudes and behavior?
5. In the novel, the urinal strainer found in most bathrooms is a product of what company?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Old Man Crawley end up apprehending Antsy and the Schwa?
2. What does Wendell Tiggor dare the Schwa to do in Chapter 4?
3. Why does Lexie believe her grandfather needs a change?
4. What prized collection does the Schwa show Antsy?
5. What causes Antsy to leave with the Schwa in Chapter 7?
6. What do Antsy and his friends decide to test in an experiment?
7. Why does Antsy believe Old Man Crawley's threats?
8. What does Antsy do that escalates the fight between his parents in Chapter 10?
9. What is revealed about the Schwa's last name in Chapter 2?
10. What metaphor does Antsy recognize about his life after his parents' dispute in Chapter 10?
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