The Wall Jumper Test | Mid-Book Test - Easy

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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What do Western publicity folk strive to avoid according to the Narrator?
(a) Self-doubt.
(b) Self-praise.
(c) Self-loathing.
(d) Self-criticism.

2. What do the travelers heading west look upon the other travelers as?
(a) Aliens.
(b) Zoo animals.
(c) Friends.
(d) Enemies.

3. What is the UN resolution on the evening news about that the Narrator watches on television?
(a) Soviet invasion of Czech Republic.
(b) Soviet invasion of Afghanisthan.
(c) American invasion of Prussia.
(d) American invasion of France.

4. Who do neighbors shun in favor of those who struggle against publishers and the party?
(a) Successful scientists.
(b) Successful poets.
(c) Successful designers.
(d) Successful writers.

5. What lying outside the path to the door of the Narrator's building remains the same?
(a) Colors.
(b) Flowers.
(c) Garbage.
(d) Borders.

6. What camps are the Eastern boys sent to?
(a) Intelligence and counterintelligence.
(b) Juvenile and reformatory.
(c) Army and youth.
(d) Mission and special education.

7. Who among the jumpers goes West to become a lumberjack?
(a) Willy.
(b) Lutz.
(c) Nelson.
(d) Robert.

8. Whose government does the Narrator find more intrusive on citizen privacy?
(a) East.
(b) West.
(c) North.
(d) South.

9. Which is NOT an escape method used by people trying to jump the Wall in the early 1960s?
(a) Vaulting.
(b) Raking.
(c) Ballooning.
(d) Scuba diving.

10. After 30 years, what rules are significantly differently in the way people act in West and East Berlin?
(a) Of fighting and living.
(b) Of listening and learning.
(c) Of talking and behaving.
(d) Of dancing and singing.

11. Why do the Eastern boys jump the Wall?
(a) To meet some girls.
(b) To go to school.
(c) To see a film.
(d) To get food.

12. What covers the land six miles out of Berlin that the Narrator notices before they see greenery?
(a) Volcanic ash.
(b) Newspapers.
(c) Snow.
(d) Lime dust.

13. Who does the Narrator dream about when he takes his first visit to the DDR?
(a) Lena.
(b) James.
(c) Kabe.
(d) Robert.

14. When the Narrator moves to Berlin, what has just gone up?
(a) The currency.
(b) The Wall.
(c) The Flag.
(d) The Opera.

15. On his first visit to the wall, what does the Narrator watch?
(a) Bus loads of visitors.
(b) Singing wrestlers.
(c) Dancing troupes.
(d) Fighting monkeys.

Short Answer Questions

1. What structure zigzags through the city of Berlin?

2. In what building does Lena find peace in that politics has not touched?

3. Where does the Narrator exit from the metro into East Berlin?

4. On the East German map, what is lacking in the West German side?

5. What is the name of the Eastern boy that Pommerer tells a story about jumping the Wall?

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