To Own a Dragon: Reflections on Growing up Without a Father Test | Final Test - Easy

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

Multiple Choice Questions

1. As a child, Miller thinks that manhood does not arrive until men are what age?
(a) When they married.
(b) When they become teenagers.
(c) In their thirtiies.
(d) In their fifties.

2. What time do people on the MacMurray household need to be awake by?
(a) Everyone wakes up early except Miller.
(b) 9:00 a.m.
(c) There is no set time to wake up.
(d) 6:00 a.m.

3. In Chapter 9, Miller describes a story of watching a girl who met and broke up with several girls. What is the setting of the meetings between this girl and the boys?
(a) Restaurant.
(b) Park.
(c) Coffee shop.
(d) Laundromat.

4. In Chapter 9, how much advice is offered about girls?
(a) It offers some advice.
(b) It offers a lot of advice.
(c) It offers no advice.
(d) It offers a little advice.

5. Why do Travis and Miller think they may go to prison?
(a) They have broken many laws.
(b) All boys without fathers go to prison.
(c) Making stupid decisions at the wrong time.
(d) 85% of men in prison do not have fathers.

6. What other group of people besides boys and men without fathers does Miller recognize in Chapter 7?
(a) Miller does not recognize any other groups in this chapter.
(b) Women who grow up without a father.
(c) Mothers of boys without fathers.
(d) All men and women with fathers.

7. When happens to teach Miller that men must purposely take responsibility?
(a) Miller is arrested.
(b) Miller's friend, Travis, is arrested.
(c) Miller never learns this lesson.
(d) Miller discovers he owes money to IRS.

8. What does Miller state that a "callused heart toward sin" is?
(a) Easy to change.
(b) A character flaw.
(c) An emotional response.
(d) Something people are born with.

9. What does Miller say God gives for moral protection?
(a) Love.
(b) Joy.
(c) Rules.
(d) Forgiveness.

10. What happens to Miller in the high school class he has to get permission to register for?
(a) He learns that he really liked psychology.
(b) He drops out of school.
(c) He finally understands his life.
(d) He fails the class.

11. What does Miller believe about himself that affects his school performance?
(a) He has no opinion about himself.
(b) He is a genius.
(c) He has a learning disability.
(d) He is stupid.

12. In Chapter 10, the men who listen to Miller present his talk question ________________?
(a) The moral wrongness of sex.
(b) Will they ever be loved?
(c) The need to believe in God.
(d) Will they find someone to love?

13. Miller believes not having a father figure affects what part of a young man's life?
(a) His relationships with women.
(b) Ability to communicate with his family and friends.
(c) His physical health.
(d) Logical reasoning in a man's mind.

14. "Feeling lucky to share your life with your wife and amazed that your wife remains committed to you" is an example of what in a loving relationship?
(a) Humility.
(b) Lust.
(c) Power.
(d) Equality.

15. In Chapter 11, Miller learns a lesson about integrity and describes examples of his actions that are character flaws. After learning this lesson, what does Miller do?
(a) He asks God for forgiveness.
(b) He promises to never to do this again.
(c) He returns his cell phone.
(d) He does not do anything.

Short Answer Questions

1. In Chapter 7, why is Miller unsuccessful in his new organization?

2. One of Miller's friends tells Miller about real love. What does Miller's friends state is a core characteristic of real love?

3. In Chapter 9, what point for boys raised without fathers does Miller reinforce?

4. Miller's mother dies without doing what?

5. According to Miller, why should young men say no to cheap sex?

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