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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. Where did Sal grow up?
(a) Bybanks, Kentucky.
(b) Euclid, Ohio.
(c) Allentown, Pennsylvania.
(d) Salem, Massachusetts.
2. In what city were Sal's grandparents arrested?
(b) New York City.
(d) Washington, D.C.
3. How does Mr. Winterbottom look when he is called to the police station to get Phoebe and Sal?
4. Why is Sal unhappy about sightseeing in Madison?
(a) She thinks they are not traveling fast enough.
(b) She does not think that her grandparents are taking enough time at each tourist spot.
(c) She thinks that Madison is boring.
(d) She does not like the atmosphere in Madison.
5. How old is Sal when the story begins?
Short Answer Questions
1. By when does Sal want to get to Lewiston?
2. After they move, what does Sal's father do for a living?
3. What's written on the letter that Phoebe's mother Mrs. Winterbottom left for Mr. Winterbottom.
4. What do Christy and Megan call their club?
5. What was in Lewiston, Idaho, for Sal's mother?
Short Essay Questions
1. What do you think Mrs. Winterbottom means when she asks whether her daughters think she leads a tiny life?
2. Why did Sal's mother say that she felt rotten in comparison to Sal's father?
3. How does Megan catch Phoebe in her lie about where her mother is?
4. Why does Sal feel guilty about her mother's miscarriage?
5. How does Phoebe act at dinner with the Finneys? Why do you think she acted this way?
6. How does Sal react to Margaret when they first meet, and why?
7. What does Sal realize after she says that she wanted to tell Phoebe that Mrs. Winterbottom's leaving was not Phoebe's fault?
8. On the second day of the weekend sleepover, what does Ben perceive about Phoebe?
9. Describe the atmosphere in Madison, Wisconsin.
10. How does Sergeant Bickle react to Phoebe's evidence? Why do you think he reacts that way?
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