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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 Sophie's father say about her trip?
(a) That he doesn't understand why she has to go.
(b) That he wishes he could go, too.
(c) That he is afraid for what might happen to her.
(d) That it's something she just has to do.
2. What is used to lift the boat into the water?
(a) A special dolly.
(b) A crane.
(c) A system of pulleys.
(d) Good, old-fashioned muscle.
3. How does Sophie's mom say that Bompie remembers his stories?
(a) She says he makes them up as he goes along.
(b) She says she doesn't know.
(c) She says they're like pictures in his head.
(d) She says they're all filed in little boxes in his head.
4. What material does the boat-maker use in a technique to help his work stay smooth?
(c) Plastic wrap.
(d) Steel wool.
5. Who keeps yelling at Sophie to put away her journal?
(a) Her teachers.
(b) Her mother.
(c) Her friends.
(d) Her father.
Short Answer Questions
1. When is the expedition planning to set sail?
2. Which of the following is not one of the sides of Sophie?
3. How does Sophie feel about climbing all the way up to the bosun's chair?
4. How many people can sleep on the boat?
5. What does Uncle Stew call Sophie?
Short Essay Questions
1. How do the dolphins act when they come up to the boat?
2. Why does Uncle Mo worry while Cody and Sophie are away visiting Wood Island?
3. What does Cody's mom tell him when he talks to her on the phone?
4. What habit of speech does Cody have that annoys most of the people on the boat?
5. Describe the nightmare the narrator has.
6. What does Sophie think of the boat when she first sees it?
7. What does Sophie's mother do?
8. What does the tall, lanky woman that Cody and Sophie meet show them?
9. How does Brian act when he walks on the beach with Cody and Sophie?
10. What chore will Sophie have to take a turn at that she's not looking forward to?
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