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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 the traveler buy from Karl?
2. When it snows, Karl makes a rope of ________________ to tie between the house and the shed.
(a) linden bark.
3. Why will Karl not borrow the money to redeem the letter?
(a) He does borrow the money.
(b) He is afraid of what the letter might say.
(c) He thinks it is an unfair charge.
(d) He is too embarrassed.
4. In what way are Karl and Robert alike?
(a) They both love blonde women.
(b) They both are very religious.
(c) They do not like to be told what to do.
(d) They are both great singers.
5. Where does Robert plan to go once the Spring thaw comes?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who sent the letter that Karl is now able to get at the post office?
2. Why does Robert want his hair cut as short as possible?
3. Robert is secretly making plans to go to _____________ to live.
4. Karl had only enough money to build their house or buy _______________.
5. Why can Karl not pick up the letter which is waiting for him at the post office?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Karl learn what Anders' secret is?
2. What precautions does Karl take for the family after Robert's experience with the Indian in the woods?
3. Describe some of the expenditures Karl has in the building of the house.
4. When does Robert decide to leave Minnesota and what does he tell Karl about it?
5. Describe Robert's harried hunting trip when he spies an Indian in a tree.
6. Why can't Karl pick up the letter that has arrived from Sweden?
7. What differing opinions do Karl, Kristina and Robert each have about Indians?
8. Describe some of the challenges that Kristina has in keeping house and caring for her family at the new homestead.
9. How do Karl and Kristina view the letter from Sweden differently?
10. What does Karl produce that allows him to make a little bit of money?
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