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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is Mr. Fraunces' response to Willy's tale about her past?
(a) He says he does not believe her.
(b) He says she should start wearing dresses.
(c) He offers her a job at the tavern.
(d) He says she should go back to her family's farm.
2. Why is the judge angry at Captain Ivers?
(a) He is not angry.
(b) For making a false claim on Willy.
(c) For striking Willy when her mother is dying.
(d) For whipping Jack.
3. When does Willy get off the wagon?
(a) Once they are in New York.
(b) When they arrive at Horace's destination.
(c) When Horace pulls up to a boarding house and tells her to get out.
(d) Once they are on the ferry.
4. How does the boy suggest Willy get into the city?
(a) Hide in the pile of furs.
(b) Hold on to the underside of the wagon.
(c) Hide in his pile of wood.
(d) Hide in the straw bales.
5. How does Willy want to get into New York?
(a) By ferry.
(b) Circling around to the north and walking in on foot.
(c) She has no idea.
(d) Crossing on a bridge.
6. Where does Aunt Betsy take Willy?
(a) To the cellar where her mother is.
(b) To a small shack on the river.
(c) To a small shack in the woods.
(d) To the stables.
7. What does Willy do when she is sent to buy sweets for the tavern?
(a) Asks to buy the tarts that are malformed for a discount.
(b) Shakes the bag and eats the sugar that falls off the pastries.
(c) Studies over how the sweets are made.
(d) Buys herself something also.
8. What does Willy say about her mother?
(a) She does not look like she is dying.
(b) Willy is proud of her mother for surviving.
(c) Her mother will live if Willy can care for her.
(d) She would not have recognized her if she had not known that it was her mother.
9. What does Willy fear Mr. Fraunces will do with her?
(a) Turn her into the New York militia.
(b) Give her back to Captain Ivers.
(c) Turn her over to the British.
(d) Make her a slave.
10. Why does Willy say she has no money to get to New York?
(a) It was stolen.
(b) She dropped in when getting off a ship.
(c) She gave it to a blind beggar.
(d) She is a runaway slave.
11. What does Horace say when Willy tells him goodbye?
(a) He wants to go with her.
(b) He is glad she is a girl.
(c) He wants her to marry him.
(d) He wishes she were a boy.
12. What does Horace say Willy needs to improve?
(a) Her riding abilities.
(b) Her ability to lie convincingly.
(c) Her stamina.
(d) Her accent.
13. For whom does Willy say she works?
(a) The British general.
(b) Sam Fraunces.
(c) The American general.
(d) No one.
14. What is the woman like whom Willy and Horace first encounter in Canvas Town?
(a) She is young and pretty.
(b) She is very old.
(c) She has been brutally beaten.
(d) She is a nun.
15. What example set by Horace does Willy say she'll do?
(a) Be polite to white folk.
(b) Go to church every Sunday.
(c) Save all her money.
(d) Say her evening prayers.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Horace suggest they get a meal?
2. What does Willy notice about the Queen's Head?
3. Why does Willy hang a horse blanket in the loft?
4. What does Horace suggest that Willy say about having no money?
5. What does Aunt Betsy realize that Uncle Jack does not?
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