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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. When does Robert plan to tell Karl that Robert is leaving?
(a) A month before he leaves.
(b) The day of his departure.
(c) He'll send a telegram after he's gone.
(d) The day before his departure.
2. Who does Kristina ask Karl to go for to help her during the birth of her child?
3. How long does it take Karl and the other men to build Karl's house?
(a) A year.
(b) A week.
(c) A day.
(d) A month.
4. What does Karl cut and stack to use at a later time?
5. Why does Karl borrow five dollars from Danjel?
(a) To buy food.
(b) To buy Christmas gifts.
(c) To get a horse.
(d) To pay a doctor.
Short Answer Questions
1. Karl had only enough money to build their house or buy _______________.
2. Who had paid for the passage of the man in #125 to America?
3. Karl finds it hard to believe that _____________ has changed from the person she was in Sweden.
4. When do Karl and Kristina move into their new home?
5. Who does Karl tell Kristina that the letter is from?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Robert's plan for his future?
2. Why is Kristina so melancholy as she unpacks the trunk?
3. What do Karl and Kristina do for Robert and his trip?
4. When does Robert decide to leave Minnesota and what does he tell Karl about it?
5. Why will Karl not allow Kristina borrow the money to pick up the letter from Sweden?
6. Who loans Karl a cow for the winter, and why is the loan such a blessing to the family?
7. What does Karl discover in the woods that makes him approach Robert about the veracity of his Indian attack story?
8. Why does Kristina seem to have more tolerance for Ulrika than Karl does?
9. Describe some of the challenges that Kristina has in keeping house and caring for her family at the new homestead.
10. What differing opinions do Karl, Kristina and Robert each have about Indians?
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