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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 Uncle Dock injure in the wave?
(a) His leg.
(b) His back.
(c) His arm.
(d) His neck.
2. What animals come to The Wanderer on its way out of the Bay of Fundy?
3. Why does Sophie keep waking up Cody?
(a) She can't sleep.
(b) She's having nightmares.
(c) She keeps asking questions.
(d) She wakes him for his shift on watch.
4. Does Bompie remember the stories Sophie tells him?
(a) Yes, he remembers everything Sophie recounts.
(b) No, except for one story.
(c) Yes, except for the parts about being in the water.
(d) No, he doesn't remember them at all.
5. Who ends up staying behind to start the repair work on The Wanderer?
(a) Uncle Stew.
(b) Uncle Mo.
(c) Uncle Dock.
(d) A hired man.
Short Answer Questions
1. On Sophie's first night home, what food does her dad make?
2. What does Cody tell his father, as the sail-less boat is whipped by the waves?
3. In Dock's story about the little girl, who does the girl go to live with immediately after her parents die?
4. What do the travelers try to use for navigation after the wreckage of the storm?
5. What does Sophie do when she finally realizes that she's telling Bompie her own story?
Short Essay Questions
1. What injury does Cody sustain in the large wave that hits the boat?
2. What quotation from Tennyson does Uncle Dock yell out?
3. When everyone is up on deck in the midst of the storm, and Sophie sees them from the helm, what does she see?
4. What settles the argument about where Bompie should live?
5. What happens to the sails in the heavy wind?
6. How does Sophie describe the color of the sea?
7. What does Mo do after he gets back from the trip?
8. What are Sophie and Uncle Dock's attitudes toward the autohelm?
9. What theory about death and life do Cody and Sophie discuss?
10. How does Cody describe the fog on the ocean journey?
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