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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 Ann treat her bullet wound?
(a) Washes it in the pond.
(b) She does not do anything as the bullet barely scratches her.
(c) Uses alcohol and bandages.
(d) Uses betadine and clean bandages.
2. How does Ann know Mr. Loomis is doing better at the opening of Chapter 13?
(a) His heartbeat has slowed.
(b) His respiration is closer to normal.
(c) He is hungry.
(d) He is talking.
3. What does Ann feed Loomis that he is able to swallow?
(a) Ice Cream.
4. Why does Ann think she needs to go back to the house?
(a) To untie Faro.
(b) To kick Loomis out of the house.
(c) To do the farm chores.
(d) To collect her diary and other things.
5. How long had the system between Ann and Loomis worked out alright?
(a) 10 days.
(b) 3 weeks.
(c) 3 days.
(d) A couple months.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Ann accidentally hit Mr. Loomis in the face?
2. What does Ann realize about why Loomis shoots her?
3. What does Ann do with what she finds?
4. What career was Ann thinking of before the war?
5. What supports Ann's theory about Loomis and Edward?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Ann think she can return to the fields to work and why does Loomis yell at her?
2. Why does Mr. Loomis use the tractor to go to the store?
3. Why does Ann have to abandon her cave and what does Mr. Loomis do there?
4. What does Ann finally piece together about Edward and Loomis?
5. What happens to Mr. Loomis at the opening to Chapter 10?
6. What does Mr. Loomis say he remembers while delirious?
7. Why does Mr. Loomis become angry and what does Ann decide to do?
8. How has Mr. Loomis' illness progressed in Chapter 11, and what does he talk about while delirious?
9. What do Ann and Mr. Loomis argue about concerning the crops?
10. Why does Ann decide to ask Mr. Loomis questions and what happens as a result?
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