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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 demand about dinner?
(a) That he sit at the kitchen table.
(b) That she serve him.
(c) That she set the table the same way as she did for her birthday.
2. What is wrong with Loomis at the opening of Chapter 10?
(a) He is running a high fever.
(b) He broke a bone in his foot.
(c) He broke a finger.
3. What flowers does Ann pick and put in Loomis' bedroom?
(a) Wild roses.
4. What puzzles Ann about Loomis' request that she read him poetry?
(a) He knows she hates poetry.
(b) He does not appear to listen to her.
(c) He had said he hated poetry.
(d) He grabs the book and starts reading it himself.
5. What does Ann make that turns out perfect?
(a) A quilt.
(b) A birthday cake.
(c) A roast in her new oven.
(d) Fudge on her new oven.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Loomis doing with his gun when Ann returns?
2. What does Ann do later that night after playing the piano?
3. What does Ann do with what she finds?
4. What does Ann do with Loomis' gun?
5. What does Ann worry about concerning the tomatoes?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Ann observe the next day as she is watching the house and what does she think about?
2. What happens to Mr. Loomis at the opening to Chapter 10?
3. What happens in the middle of the night that convinces Ann to move out of the house?
4. What happens when Ann goes back to the farm to speak to Mr. Loomis and what does Ann realize?
5. Why does Ann think she can return to the fields to work and why does Loomis yell at her?
6. What does Mr. Loomis say he remembers while delirious?
7. Why does Mr. Loomis use the tractor to go to the store?
8. What routine do Ann and Mr. Loomis follow for the next ten days?
9. What does Ann ask Mr. Loomis to use and what is his response?
10. How is Ann at first amused by Mr. Loomis' actions but then becomes concerned?
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