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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 Tom's reaction to his father's speech reveal?
(a) The very formal and distant relationship he and his father have.
(b) The emotional and intellectual respect with which he regards his father.
(c) How much he dislikes his father.
(d) How much he and his father disagree.
2. Why does Tom buy sausages to share with the other boys in their house?
(a) He wants them to like him.
(b) He brags about how much money he has.
(c) He loves sausages.
(d) He has more money than East.
3. What narrative form is initially used in this chapter?
(a) Second person.
(b) Third person.
(c) First person past tense.
(d) First person present tense.
4. At one point, what does Flashman's bullying become?
(b) A farce.
(d) More relaxed.
5. Where are the students headed after roll call?
(a) To a movie.
(b) The football pitch.
(c) Their dormatories.
(d) A meeting.
Short Answer Questions
1. How do both Tom and East feel?
2. Although the boys are frightened, what do they do to Flashman?
3. How does Tom feel about the disappearance of such games and competitions from the culture?
4. Who is staying with Tom at the roadside inn?
5. What does Tom ask East regarding Brooke?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Tom come to attend Rugby?
2. How are the two church services for Tom?
3. What takes place during the football game?
4. Where does Benjy take Tom? What happens as a result?
5. How does the narrator believe young men may better themselves?
6. How is Tom's morning on the stagecoach?
7. What two incidents teach Tom the foolishness of this poor attitude?
8. How do Tom and East rebel against Flashman's treatment of them?
9. What types of friends does the Squire believe Tom should have?
10. What is different about the way Tom travels to school from how one travels to school in the twenty-first century?
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