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The Lottery Rose Test | Final Test – Medium

This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. When is the first time Georgie wants to impress Mrs. Harper?
(a) The final exams.
(b) The choir concert.
(c) The track meet.
(d) The prayer meeting.

2. Who plays the Mad Hatter in the final production?
(a) Mr. Collier.
(b) Timothy.
(c) Georgie.
(d) Robin.

3. Who taught Robin to feed some animals?
(a) Paul.
(b) Mr. Collier.
(c) Georgie.
(d) His father.

4. Who is with Georgie at the end of the book?
(a) Mrs. Harper.
(b) Robin.
(c) Nobody.
(d) Paul.

5. What does Mr. Collier write a story about?
(a) The rosebush.
(b) All of these.
(c) Robin.
(d) Georgie.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does the person who finds Georgie at Robin’s grave do?

2. Why does Robin not get to see Paul anymore?

3. Who does Georgie want to share the boys’ stories with?

4. Who finds Georgie at Robin’s grave?

5. Who does Georgie practice in front of before the play?

Short Essay Questions

1. What does Georgie do for Robin when they are around other people, and why?

2. How does Robin die?

3. How does Georgie come to be in the choir?

4. How does Georgie save the play?

5. Why is Georgie so fond of Robin?

6. Why does Robin like Georgie so much?

7. What does Mrs. Harper say to Georgie at the end of the book?

8. What does Georgie do with Old Eddie?

9. Why is Georgie allowed to continue attending the boys’ school?

10. Why does Mr. Collier know how to teach Georgie?

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Lottery Rose: Ch.1-4

Term Definition
Burrowed made a hole or tunnel
Impudent impertinent; not showing respect
Wistfully longing; sad; wishful
Swayed swung gently from side-to-side
Fretfully feeling distressed or irritated
Tolerated allowed something without interference
Irk to make weary, irritated, or bored
Parched thirsty
Shrill to make an acute piercing sound
Imploring to call upon earnestly
Monstrosity an excessively bad or shocking example
Sly clever or lightly mischievous
Meekly humble or enduring hardship with patience
Indifferently not mattering one way or the other
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