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Multiple Choice Questions for NJASK A. B. C. D.
The “did you bother” to read the text question: 1. What is the name of Catherine’s friend, the “goat boy”? A) O Spot B) O Ms. Ruina C) O Perkin D) O Andrew
The “did you pay attention to the setting question”: 2.Which of these things is not found in Medieval England? O effective medicine O the feudal system O ale O ex-crusaders
The “Context question”: 3. As it is used on page 59, the word “yestermorn” means which of the following? A)O to clear a table in the hall. B)O to scout a surrounding area C) O a type of hat D) O yesterday morning
The “figurative language/literary term question”: 4.When Catherine says that she is a goose, she is using which of the following? A) O a metaphor B) O sarcasm C) O personification D) O irony
The “Cause and effect question”: 5. Catherine helped the ant because she..? A) O didn’t want to marry Shaggy Beard B) O likes insects C) O felt bad about Agnes’s death D) O it looked like George
The “Reverse cause and effect question” 6.If George had married Aelis, which of the following would not have happened? A) O He would not have left Stonebridge. B) O He would not have been drinking. C) O He would not have been happy. D) O He would not have married Ethelfritha.
The, “which adjective best describes the character” question: 7. Which word best describes Shaggy Beard? A) O gentle B) O bearded C) O pig-like D) O crude
The conflict question 9. Which phrase best describes the conflict of this novel? A) O Catherine does not wish to be married off for money. B) O Catherine argues with her father. C) O Catherine wants to make choices about her life but cannot. D) O Catherine does not like the suitors who visit.
Theme/main idea with multiple correct answers 9.What phrase best describes the theme of this story A) O Women did not have many choices in Medieval times. B) O Helping people is important. C) O You must find you own way in the world. D) O Sometime, rebellion is justified.