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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 6.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is Christopher's reaction to the "bursting-in" moment his father referred to?
(a) Christopher is bewildered by the experience.
(b) Christopher has no particular reaction to the moment.
(c) Christopher is deeply saddened by the experience.
(d) Christopher is amused by the encounter.
2. Where does Uncle Philip suggest he, Mrs. Banks and Christopher go after the Saturday meeting?
(a) The racecourse.
(b) The countryside.
(c) The harbour.
(d) The cricket match.
3. What does Sarah say to Christopher about the Foundation dinner?
(a) Sarah says it has been a marvelous evening.
(b) Sarah says it has been an embarrassing evening.
(c) Sarah says it has been a passable evening.
(d) Sarah says it has been a dull evening.
4. Why does Christopher tell Colonel Chamberlain that he doesn't think it will be necessary for him to go to England?
(a) Christopher tells Chamberlain he is a detective and will solve the mystery of his parents' disappearance.
(b) Christopher tells Chamberlain the very best detectives are working on the case of his parents' disappearance.
(c) Christopher tells Chamberlain his parents will return from a trip very soon.
(d) Christopher tells Chamberlain he can get on in Shanghai by himself.
5. While pondering a case in Kensington Gardens, Christopher runs in to which character?
(a) Colonel Chamberlain.
(b) James Osbourne.
(c) Sarah Hemmings.
(d) Joe Turner.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Mrs. Banks respond to the health inspector's suggestion?
2. What is Christopher's response to Sarah's proposal that he take her to the Meredith Foundation dinner?
3. What kind of tree rises out of the mound in Christopher's garden in Shanghai?
4. What nickname do the Banks and Uncle Philip call Christopher?
5. What kind of lawn did Christopher's family have in their garden in Shanghai?
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