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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What did Louis and Mitchell see in the third and fourth stories of the restaurant?
(b) Crates and boxes.
(d) Stored food.
2. Why was it illegal for people to harvest the bay in Andrew's story?
(a) It was polluted.
(b) It was in a strange boundary area.
(c) The water was unsafe.
(d) It was barren.
3. What is Ellory's natural talent?
(b) Giving speeches.
4. On what street did Mitchell and Zimmers have lunch?
(a) Emmons Avenue.
(b) Grant Avenue.
(c) Ponderosa Avenue.
(d) Clambake Avenue.
5. What crop does Dockery farm?
6. What did Mr. Cusack receive as a gift?
7. What did Dockery use to haul firewood?
(a) A truck.
(b) A bull.
(c) A horse.
(d) A wheelbarrow.
8. At the time of his projected death, how old would Hugh Flood be?
9. What is Andrew Zimmers called?
(a) Shellfish hunter.
(b) Ocean lover.
(c) Shelffish protector.
(d) Ocean worshipper.
10. Which emotion does Jim feel most?
11. Mitchell believes that to Peggy, what purpose did the little girl serve?
(a) A sad reminder.
(b) A wake up call.
(c) A nuisance.
(d) A fun playmate.
12. What is the name of the restaurant in "Up in the Old Hotel"?
(a) Rich Louie's.
(b) Sloppy Louie's.
(c) Fat Louie's.
(d) Charming Louie's.
13. Who is the owner of the restaurant in "Up in the Old Hotel"?
(a) Louis Martinez.
(b) Louis Mitchell.
(c) Louis Morino.
(d) Louis Carter.
14. What is the occupation of the man in love with Peggy?
15. What is the name of the community with the run-down cemetery?
(a) Sandy Ground.
(b) Forest Lawn.
(c) Savannah Sandy.
(d) Golden Hill Grounds.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which sentence best describes the way Mitchell wrote Hugh Flood as a subject?
2. Who did Peggy tell that she was punished by God for being bad?
3. How long has Mike been sober?
4. How does Mitchell remain out of the loop in Peggy's story?
5. Where did Peggy work?
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