ENGLISH MIDDLE SCHOOL

How does Mrs. Preston try to make Marty feel better about having to give Shiloh back? A.
She tells him he can get a different dog.

B.
She tells Marty that he brought joy and kindness to the dog.

C.
She makes him a special supper with his favorite foods.

D.
She lets him watch as much television as he wants.




Why does Marty tell Judd he's lying about the deer being in his garden?

A.
Judd's garden is fenced to keep deer out.

B.
He knows the deer would be too afraid of Judd's dogs to go in the garden.

C.
He doesn't think Judd has a garden.

D.
He sees the deer grazing before Judd shoots it.





Why isn't Marty comfortable with the deal he and Judd Travers make?

A.
He knows Judd isn't honest and that he will try to say Marty was the one who killed the deer.

B.
He's worried that his parents will find out about it.

C.
He feels like he's no better than Judd, having committed the crime of looking the other way.

D.
He's worried that the game warden will want to arrest him, too.






Which does Judd Travers not make Marty do?

A.
chop wood

B.
stack wood

C.
feed his dogs

D.
pick beans





Which statement describes how Marty has changed by the end of the story?

A.
He learns that there are two sides to everything and nothing is as simple as it seems.

B.
He learns that there are many injustices in the world and that keeping Shiloh doesn't change anything.

C.
He understands that he was wrong to take Shiloh away from Judd Travers.

D.
He realizes that Judd Travers is a good person and that he misjudged him.

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Answer 1
Answer: I narrowed it down some so its easier. You have 2 answer choices to choose from. (Process of elimination)

1. |B| She tells Marty that he brought joy and kindness to the dog. OR |C| She makes him a special supper with his favorite foods.

2. |B| He knows the deer would be to afraid of Judd's dogs to go inti the garden. OR |D| He sees the deer grazing before Judd shoots it.

3. |A| He knows Judd isn't honest and that he will try to say Marty was the one who killed the deer. OR |D|He's worried that the game warden will want to arrest him too.

4. |C| Feed his dogs. OR |D| Pick beans.

5. |D| He realizes that Judd Travers is a good person and that he misjudged him.
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