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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the name of the person in #8?
2. In what city does Asa currently live?
(c) Washington D.C.
3. Who is Asa's stepfather?
4. What Roman character is Asa assigned to be in an oral presentation?
5. Asa thinks the beach bungalows look like __________________.
(a) Building blocks.
(b) Monopoly houses.
6. How can Asa tell the spirit of a classroom?
(a) By seeing the art area.
(b) By sniffing the air.
(c) By meeting the teacher.
(d) By playing with classmates.
7. What does Asa learn about his parents?
(a) They have bought a new house.
(b) They are getting a divorce.
(c) They are going on vacation.
(d) They are getting married.
8. What is Asa's last name?
9. What color balloon does Asa get at the boardwalk?
10. What is the name of the new poem which Asa wants to recite?
(a) The Night Before Christmas.
(b) What Hearts.
(c) The Road Less Traveled.
(d) The Highwayman.
11. What agreement do Asa and Joel's mother make regarding Joel's participation in Show Night?
(a) Asa will read the new poem by himself.
(b) Joel will read the new poem by himself.
(c) Joel will read his original poem.
(d) Asa and Joel will read the new poem together.
12. What grade is Asa entering at the beginning of Chapter 1?
(a) 4th grade.
(b) 9th grade.
(c) 3rd grade.
(d) 7th grade.
13. What is the number of Dave's bungalow?
14. What do Asa, his mother and Dave do after dinner?
(a) Swim in the ocean.
(b) Go to a movie.
(c) Build a sandcastle.
(d) Walk on the boardwalk.
15. What topic can Asa ascertain that the class is studying?
(a) Space travel.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Asa see when he runs into the apartment?
2. What name does Dave call Asa after the carnival ride?
3. Why does Asa scream while on the ride?
4. What does Asa do when he leaves the bungalow in the night?
5. Why does Asa decide to recite Joel's poem with Joel?
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