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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 is it that yells at Winnie that lunch is ready?
(a) Her father.
(b) Her mother.
(c) Her grandmother.
(d) Mae Tuck.
2. How often does Mae Tuck make this journey?
(a) Every month.
(b) Every week.
(c) Every year.
(d) Every ten years.
3. What time does Winnie Foster set out from her house?
(a) At noontime.
(b) At ten in the morning.
(c) At dawn.
(d) At midnight.
4. What words are used to describe the fingers of the stranger?
(a) Pale blue and chubby.
(b) Long and skinny.
(c) White and ugly.
(d) Graceful and white.
5. What is it that conceals the spring that bubbles up in the middle of the woods?
(d) Tree roots.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Winnie do when she passes by the strange man after having been kidnapped by the Tucks?
2. How many children did Miles have?
3. What is it that Mae is looking at when she first wakes on the day before Jesse and Miles are to come home?
4. What does Mae say the loft of their home is used for?
5. Where is Mae's mirror?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Tuck mean when he says that Winnie is a "real, honest-to-goodness, natural child?"
2. The author compares the first week of August to a Ferris wheel. What does the author say is the similarity?
3. What is the analogy Tuck explains of the pond?
4. What is the music Winnie, her grandmother and the stranger hear? What do they believe it to be?
5. What does Mae say about the reason her family members were the ones who drank from the spring?
6. What are the changes that occur when the road to Treegap becomes the "property of people?"
7. Why does Winnie say she wishes she had brothers or sisters?
8. How is it that the Tucks learned of their immortality?
9. What is the question posed about land ownership?
10. What is Winnie's reaction and explanation for the mess at the Tuck house?
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