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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. How does Willow talk to Guy the morning after her fight with David?
2. Why does Willow think Cathy and David haven't asked her to do something?
(a) They are trying to get rid of her.
(b) They feel sorry for her.
(c) All of these.
(d) They don't trust her.
3. Where is Guy waiting for Willow the morning after her fight with David?
(a) The front steps.
(b) The kitchen.
(c) The school entrance.
(d) Her car.
4. Why does Willow choose to go somewhere with Chloe?
(a) She wants to talk about what happened.
(b) She doesn't have the energy to say no.
(c) She doesn't want to see Guy.
(d) She hates going to class.
5. What does Willow prepare to do when she wakes the morning after her babysitting experience?
(a) Protect Isabelle.
(b) Cut herself.
(c) Fight with David.
(d) Lie to guy.
Short Answer Questions
1. What emotion does David never want Willow to feel?
2. What does Willow let go of at the end of the book?
3. Where is Andy when he makes some insulting comments?
4. How does Willow know Markie?
5. What kind of paper does Willow have to turn in near the end of the book?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Guy think David hasn't asked Willow to babysit?
2. Why does Willow want David to blame her for her parents' death?
3. What does Willow do when she wakes up in the early morning after her babysitting experience?
4. Why does it bother Willow that her brother doesn't trust her?
5. Why does Willow feel like she can tell Guy all her deepest feelings?
6. How does Willow get some help while she is babysitting?
7. Why is Willow able to trust Guy's perspective about her feelings and frustrations?
8. What does Willow's desire to go to her childhood home indicate?
9. What goes through Willow's mind when Isabelle gets hurt?
10. What shows that Willow is beginning to understand the nature of her cutting?
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