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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 does Mae fasten the shawl around her shoulders?
(a) With a tarnished metal brooch.
(b) With a string.
(c) With a safety pin.
(d) With a button.
2. What kind of songs does Jesse sing?
(a) Rock and Roll.
(b) Country songs.
(c) Funny songs.
(d) Sad songs.
3. How many nights does Winnie say she has spent away from home?
4. When does Mae say they'll take Winnie home?
(a) The following day.
(c) She doesn't say.
(d) In a few weeks.
5. What is the first thing Miles and Jesse do when they arrive home?
(a) Jump in the pond.
(b) Ask for dinner.
(c) Take a nap.
(d) Look for their cat.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the man say he's looking for?
2. Tuck says that having Winnie visit is the best thing in how many years?
3. Which of these words does the author use to describe the first week of August?
4. What is the "one pretty thing" Mae never leaves home without?
5. What surrounds the first house on the road to Treegap?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the author say would likely be found by a traveler who entered the woods near the Fosters' house?
2. Why does Jesse say that it feels "fine" to tell somebody the story of the remarkable spring?
3. How does the stranger act when he goes to the Foster house?
4. How has Winnie's attitude about the Tucks changed as she eats breakfast with them?
5. Give two examples of imagery in the prologue.
6. What is the music Winnie, her grandmother and the stranger hear? What do they believe it to be?
7. What is Mae's response when Tuck tells her that she shouldn't ride into town?
8. What does Mae tell Tuck she plans to do while in Treegap?
9. What is Winnie's reaction and explanation for the mess at the Tuck house?
10. What questions does the constable ask in an effort to get a conversation going during the trip to the Tucks' house?
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