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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. In Chapter 20, who rides in the back of the truck with Toby?
(a) The dogs and three other men.
(b) Seven men.
(c) Six men.
(d) The dogs and four other men.
2. In Chapter 18, what is Annabelle to fetch from the cellar after peeling potatoes?
(a) Jar of applesauce.
(b) Jar of pie filling.
(c) Jar of green beans.
(d) Jar of peaches.
3. In Chapter 18, how many men come home with Annabelle's father?
4. What does Officer Coleman eat while he tells what he learned when he spoke to Andy?
(a) Tea and cake.
(b) Milk and cookies.
(c) Coffee and pie.
(d) Coffee and doughnuts.
5. When is the only time that Annabelle's father's dogs are good at tracking?
(a) When they are hungry.
(b) When there is game to catch.
(c) When there is meatloaf on the trail.
(d) When there is beef on the trail.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Chapter 15, how many dogs does Annabelle's mother say that her husband took on the search for Betty?
2. What type of barn does Annabelle's family have?
3. What does Toby say he does for a living in Chapter 20?
4. In Chapter 13, how many times has Annabelle seen a bear in her area?
5. In Chapter 18, how long had a little boy been stuck in a game trap in an old coal mine shaft?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Annabelle describe the state trooper?
2. How does Betty say that she fell in the well?
3. Why do James and Henry think that Toby has been hiding in their barn?
4. Why were the bloodhounds in Waynesburg?
5. What did Trooper Coleman say that he learned from Andy in Chapter 18?
6. What do the men see when they find Betty in the well?
7. What is one way that Annabelle assists the war effort?
8. What is in the cellar of Annabelle's house?
9. How does Annabelle describe her family's barn in Chapter 14?
10. How does Annabelle describe the Turtle Stone and the area where it is?
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