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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 does Mclean's stepfather contact her via computer?
(a) To ask her to dinner.
(b) To offer free tickets to her and some friends.
(c) To ask her to meet her mother at a game.
(d) To offer to take her shopping for school clothes.
2. Dave tells Mclean that he had had enough credits to go to college after which grade?
3. What is Mclean's middle name?
4. Who invites Mclean to eat lunch with some girls at school?
5. Riley tells Mclean that Dave is interested in whom?
Short Answer Questions
1. After whom is McLean named?
2. Who is Mclean's father's boss?
3. What name does Mclean use when introducing herself to Opal?
4. Who is Opal?
5. Which of the following is NOT something that upsets Mclean's mother about Mclean's life?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Mclean think about when she watches the stars from a party next door one night?
2. What do the cupboards at Mclean's house reveal to David about her life and what does she tell him about her transient lifestyle?
3. Why is Mclean's mother upset when she phones Mclean at the beginning of Chapter 5?
4. Who does the chaotic environment of the restaurant symbolize Mclean's life and which two people are calming influences for her?
5. Who is Peter and how is his personality revealed more in his request that Mclean go to a game with her mother?
6. What examples do David and Mclean share with each other when discussing actions and consequences?
7. What is revealed about Mclean's transient lifestyle as she views comments on her social networking page?
8. How does Mclean meet Dave and what does she think about him?
9. Explain how the theme of relationships begins to evolve in Chapter 4.
10. How is Mclean's resistance to playing basketball again and getting to know David symbolic of Mclean's inner turmoil about her life in general?
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