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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. After reaching the South, who immediately helps Sookan and Inchun?
(a) Red Cross workers.
(b) Russian soldiers.
(c) An friendly farmer.
2. Instead of "Town Reds," what does Aunt Tiger call the family?
(a) Town Black Sheep.
(c) Phony Reds or Pinks.
(d) Country Reds.
3. How does Mother finally reach the South?
(a) By hitching a ride on a convoy.
(b) It doesn't say.
(c) By crawling through a secret tunnel.
(d) Via train.
4. While escaping to the South, how do Sookan and Inchun get through the barbed wire fence?
(a) They dig a small space and crawl under.
(b) They climb over.
(c) They go around it.
(d) They use wire cutters.
5. What do the interrogation soldiers tell Sookan and Inchun to do?
(a) Flee to Manchuria.
(b) Stay at the guardhouse and wait for Mother.
(c) Flee to Seoul.
(d) Go home.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the nice Russian soldier give Sookan and Inchun?
2. After reaching the South, how do Inchun and Sookan get to Seoul?
3. While escaping to the South, why must Sookan and Inchun lie down in a cornfield?
4. After Korea is invaded again, where are most young men sent?
5. What animals do Sookan and Inchun see at the guardhouse while searching for Mother?
Short Essay Questions
1. At the end of the book, what has happened to Kisa and Aunt Tiger?
2. What is a "Worker's Paradise"?
3. Describe the guide who is to lead the family to the South.
4. What is significant about Unhi's family and house?
5. After losing Mother at the guard station, how do the children look?
6. Who helps Sookan and Inchun when they get across the border? How?
7. How does the old man in the train station approach Sookan and Inchun?
8. Describe Mrs. Kim.
9. Describe the town meetings.
10. What does Aunt Tiger do to ease suspicions about the family's true opinion about Communism? How well does it work out?
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