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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. How often does Mae Tuck make this journey?
(a) Every month.
(b) Every year.
(c) Every ten years.
(d) Every week.
2. Who is it that calls out to Tuck to come back to the house?
(a) The stranger.
3. How many brothers and sisters does Winnie Foster have?
4. Which of the following was not part of the supper Winnie shares with the Tuck family her first night with them?
(c) Scrambled eggs.
5. "Where" is the first week of August?
(a) Both at the very top of summer and the top of the live-long year.
(b) At the very top of summer.
(c) Neither at the very top of summer nor at the top of the year.
(d) At the very top of the live-long year.
Short Answer Questions
1. The village doesn't matter except for what two things?
2. How many years ago did the Tucks come to the area?
3. How long has it been since any member of the Tuck family changed?
4. What animal is responsible for the road meandering around the woods rather than through it?
5. Which of the following is true of Winnie's beliefs?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Tuck's reaction when Winnie arrives with Mae and the boys?
2. Why does Winnie think the simple meal she shares with the Tuck family is "luxurious?"
3. How is it that the Tucks learned of their immortality?
4. Give two examples of imagery in the prologue.
5. List an instance of foreshadowing in the prologue of the book and tell what this foreshadowing seems to indicate.
6. Why does Winnie say she wishes she had brothers or sisters?
7. Winnie indicates that she's going to do something the following day. What does she say she's going to do and why?
8. What is the question posed about land ownership?
9. What is the foreshadowing related to the spring itself?
10. Describe the conversation between Jesse and Winnie when Winnie asks for a drink from the spring.
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