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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. What makes Flora agree to become Shaya's sweetheart?
(a) Her father offers her money.
(b) He says he will study medicine.
(c) He promises to remain faithful.
(d) He begins reading gentile books.
2. What frightens Gitl about Mamie?
(a) She threatens Gitl.
(b) She is beautiful.
(c) She can't understand her.
(d) She goes to college.
3. How does Jake describe his wife?
(d) He never thinks of her.
4. Where does Rouvke learn to read and write in English?
(a) An American high school.
(b) From a friend.
(c) From reading newspapers.
(d) Night school.
5. How does Jake explain Mamie's visit in "A Paterfamilias"?
(a) She asks about work.
(b) She is playing a prank.
(c) She was stopping by.
(d) She feels pleased to meet Gitl.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Rouvke avoid women when he is first in the United States?
2. What does Rouvke's mother think of recent photos of him?
3. In what sport is Jake most interested?
4. How does Jake respond when Fanny asks him about dance class?
5. Who does Rouvke say he feels like when he sees Hanele in the United States for the first time?
Short Essay Questions
1. How do Rouvke's old townspeople feel about him?
2. How does Flora's father end up bringing Shaya back to the United States?
3. How does Reb Tzalel feel about Shaya after he spends time in the United States?
4. How does Rouvke feel about Peretz's financial issues?
5. What role does Mrs. Kohan play in Rouvke's marriage?
6. What does Hanele tell Rouvke about her trip to the United States?
7. How does Jake finally decide to bring his wife and son to the United States?
8. What does Jake think about as he goes to the Mayor's to marry Mamie?
9. What happens when Reb Lippe auctions off sections of the Pentaleuch to read?
10. What does Fieve tell Rouvke about Hanele and her family after he moved to the United States?
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