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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Gronam think the snow is?
2. How many sons does the father in "Grandmother's Tale" have?
3. What is Gronam's title?
(a) Police Chief.
(b) Head Teacher.
(c) Rabbi Supreme.
(d) Great Fool.
4. Why does Gronam think the snow is something aside from snow?
(a) It is hard.
(b) It sparkles in the starlight.
(c) A dog is seen eating it.
(d) It looks fluffy.
5. What is Grandmother's name?
6. What is the name of the older man in the first story?
7. What is the first thing the doctor tells the older man to do to cure Atzel?
(a) Slap him.
(b) Put him outside.
(c) Sing to him.
(d) Bury him.
8. How does the strange man in "Grandmother's Tale" entertain the children in the house?
(a) He told them stories.
(b) He played jacks with them.
(c) He played dreidel with them.
(d) He drew a picture for them.
9. What does Atzel think he has to do to get to paradise?
10. What does Gronam want to do with the snow in Chelm?
(a) Save it for the people.
(b) Hide it from the villagers.
(c) Use it to pay debts.
(d) Divide it up among the citizens.
11. What does the strange man in "Grandmother's Tale" lose as he entertains the children?
12. What is the hat made of that belonged to the strange man in Grandmother's tale?
13. Who told Atzel about paradise?
(a) His nurse.
(b) The orphan girl.
(c) His father.
(d) The priest.
14. What color are the orphan girl's eyes?
15. What symbol keeps appearing for the strange man in Grandmother's story while he is entertaining the children?
Short Answer Questions
1. What vanishes with the strange man?
2. Why does the orphan girl come to live with Atzel?
3. According to the doctor, how long will it take to cure Atzel?
4. What symbol keeps appearing for the children as they are entertained by the strange man in "Grandmother's Tale"?
5. What game are Grandmother's grandchildren playing at the beginning of this story?
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