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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. At the end of the story, Sal says that she is jealous of how many things?
2. Why is Gramps worried as they drive into Idaho?
(a) They are not making good time.
(b) He is feeling carsick.
(c) The car is making squealing sounds.
(d) Gram seems ill.
3. Why does Sal feel queasy when she and her grandparents drive through Montana?
(a) She is nervous.
(b) The roads are curvy.
(c) She ate some bad food.
(d) There is someone following them.
4. Who sits next to Phoebe when Mr. Birkway comes to visit?
(a) Mary Lou.
(b) Mr. Winterbottom.
5. The first time that Sal's father went to see Margaret, how long did they talk?
(a) One hour.
(b) Six hours.
(c) Two hours.
(d) Five minutes.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Sal imagine Margaret doing?
2. What does Sal tell Sergeant Bickle is her name?
3. How does what happens between Sal and Ben make Sal feel?
4. What embarrassing thing does Mr. Birkway reveal in Sal's journal?
5. Sal thinks that she and her grandparents can get to Idaho on her mother's birthday, if she continuously does what?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who does Sal meet at the overlook on the way to Lewiston?
2. Why is Sal disappointed when she finds out that Mr. Birkway is Margaret's twin brother?
3. What does Sal realize when Phoebe shows her things that remind Phoebe of her mother?
4. Why do you think that Phoebe was so disgusted when she saw her mother with Mike at the university?
5. Why does Ben's mother remind Sal of her own mother?
6. The day after Mr. Birkway visits Phoebe, what plan do Sal and Phoebe devise?
7. How do you think Sal knows to ask for Ben's mother at the hospital?
8. What three things did Sal discover she was jealous about?
9. What does Sal realize when she worries about whether her actions could have gotten Gram bitten or made her mother miscarry?
10. How did Margaret and Sal's father meet?
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