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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 does Loomis do with Faro?
(a) Kicks him.
(c) Feeds him and then ties him.
(d) Sends him away.
2. Why does Ann think she needs to go back to the house?
(a) To kick Loomis out of the house.
(b) To collect her diary and other things.
(c) To do the farm chores.
(d) To untie Faro.
3. About what does Mr. Loomis yell at Ann?
(a) For her mentioning Edward.
(b) For leaving him when he was unconscious to plow.
(c) For bringing the stove to the kitchen by herself.
(d) For not planting sooner.
4. What happens in the middle of the night?
(a) Loomis tries to pin Ann to the bed.
(b) Ann has a nightmare that wakes Loomis.
(c) Loomis chokes and almost dies.
(d) Ann hears a crash in the kitchen.
5. How does Ann know Mr. Loomis is doing better at the opening of Chapter 13?
(a) He is talking.
(b) His respiration is closer to normal.
(c) He is hungry.
(d) His heartbeat has slowed.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Loomis shoot Ann?
2. What does Loomis demand about dinner?
3. What flowers does Ann pick and put in Loomis' bedroom?
4. What frightens Ann when she is playing the piano for him?
5. What does Loomis say about the fertilizer?
Short Essay Questions
1. What do Loomis and Ann discuss concerning the fertilizer?
2. What happens to Mr. Loomis at the opening to Chapter 10?
3. What does Ann observe the next day as she is watching the house and what does she think about?
4. How is Ann at first amused by Mr. Loomis' actions but then becomes concerned?
5. What does Ann ask Mr. Loomis to use and what is his response?
6. Why does Mr. Loomis frighten Ann as she is playing the piano?
7. What does Ann bring into the house as Mr. Loomis is getting better?
8. What routine do Ann and Mr. Loomis follow for the next ten days?
9. How does Mr. Loomis express his anger and what does Ann do?
10. How is Mr. Loomis using Faro?
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