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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Eli's sad look in her office reminds Jo of ____________________.
(a) A boy she used to date in high school.
(b) A sad picture she saw in a magazine.
(c) When she said goodbye to him after Dana died.
(d) A cartoon character.
2. In what town do Jo and her husband live?
(a) Adams Mills.
(b) Falls River.
3. Jo recalls that Eli Mayhew was the only person in the house who studied _________________.
4. Whom does Licia find the most attractive in the group house?
5. What name do Dana's sisters call the housemates?
6. Why did Licia give money to Duncan one day?
(a) To pay his tuition.
(b) To buy groceries.
(c) To buy drugs.
(d) To repair his car.
7. Daniel's sermon reminds Jo of _____________.
8. How long after they have dinner do Jo and Daniel get married?
(a) The next day.
(b) A year.
(c) Three months.
(d) Six weeks.
9. What is the health problem of the dog brought into Jo's office?
10. What decision does Eli make about his dog?
(a) Go ahead with the surgery.
(b) Have him euthanized.
(c) Let him die naturally.
(d) Try the antibiotics.
11. What does Jo determine about Eli's attachment to his dog?
(a) He is not very attached to the dog.
(b) He genuinely cares for him.
(c) He would be glad not to have to take care of the dog.
(d) He is strongly attached to the dog.
12. Where did Jo go to college?
13. How does Jo know the person in #18?
(a) He is a local celebrity.
(b) They lived in a group house in college.
(c) He is a member of her country club.
(d) He is a famous author.
14. With which house member does Licia share a resemblance?
15. What is Jo's health problem?
Short Answer Questions
1. In what year did Jo leave her first marriage?
2. Who cleans the murder scene at the house?
3. Chapter 3 uses what literary technique to show events that happened in the past?
4. Who is Daniel?
5. What is Jo's last name?
This section contains 356 words
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