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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. Why were Benjamin and Leah running the night before when he was injured?
(a) They were chasing some Jewish children.
(b) They were having a race to the border.
(c) They wanted the exercise.
(d) There were soldiers everywhere.
2. What did Jo do after the man walked off?
(a) He went back to the sheep.
(b) He went back home.
(c) He sat down to think for a while.
(d) He followed him.
3. What relationship does the man have to the widow?
(a) He is her helper.
(b) He is her son.
(c) He is her adopted son.
(d) He is her son-in-law.
4. What did Jo do when he saw what Rouf was barking at?
(a) He jumped into the water.
(b) He started chasing after the animals.
(c) He ran for help.
(d) He grabbed his gun.
5. Why did Jo have to hurry to find Benjamin?
(a) They were going to be late for a meeting.
(b) He had to get home before curfew.
(c) There were only a few hours of daylight left.
(d) He knew Benjamin might be dying somewhere.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where was the man from?
2. How did they know the rescue was successful?
3. Why didn't Jo worry about the sheep?
4. Who helped Jo with the sheep after the soldiers came to town?
5. How does the man introduce himself?
Short Essay Questions
1. How do the townspeople get along with the soldiers?
2. How do the townspeople know when to gather together for important occasions?
3. What does Jo have to prove to the widow, and how does he prove it when questioned about what he saw in the barn?
4. What happens when Madam Horcada comes into town?
5. What do the Germans do that upsets the villagers?
6. What will happen to people who help the Jews, according to the soldiers?
7. Who is Leah, and why is she there?
8. What is Madam Horcada like?
9. Why does Jo go up to the widow's house and what does he overhear?
10. What issues does Madame Horcada face as she tries to protect the Jews?
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