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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. Who gestures to Polly in the playground?
(a) Agatha and Eunice.
(b) Adam and Agatha.
(c) Leland and Lenora.
(d) Lenora and Eunice.
2. What does Leland's shout of excitement do?
(a) Wet Polly's hand.
(b) Jump into the fire.
(c) Startles a frog to jump into the river.
(d) Jump into Lenora's lap.
3. Where is Polly playing with her friends?
(a) In the playground.
(b) Near a junk yard.
(c) By the river.
(d) In her backyard.
4. In what voice is the Prologue written?
(a) First person.
(b) Second person.
(c) Third person.
(d) It changes between first and second.
5. How does Polly change her mind?
(a) She decides to go to Agatha's and be a lady.
(b) She decides the card might do something even worse a second time.
(c) She decides to give the card to the police.
(d) She decides it is up to her alone to handle the situation with Agatha.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Polly worry about as she wakes the next morning?
2. When does it seem Polly croaks?
3. How does Polly avoid making croaking noises the next day at school?
4. About what does Polly complain to her mother the next morning?
5. Who has made their homes in the area of Coven Tree for decades?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is Polly polite to everyone the next day at school?
2. With whom does Polly play near the river and how are her friends described?
3. What does each story chronicle?
4. What does Polly overhear at Stew Meat's store and what does she decide to do?
5. What does Polly find and then lose?
6. How does Polly impress her teacher?
7. Why is narrator the best person to be narrating the story?
8. What happens when Polly starts complaining to her mother the next morning about the burned toast?
9. What does Polly talk about at tea, and what do Eunice and Agatha talk about?
10. What does Polly realize has happened?
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