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Have you read chapter 4 in the book Holes? Do you know enough to pass a quiz? Stanley gets off the van at Camp Green Lake. The rues at Camp Green Lake are very strict and rigid. Breakfast is served at 4:30 am. They start early so they can be done digging before the sun gets too high. Each set of clothes he is issued are identical. Take this quiz to see what you know about the book.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    What did Stanley think about the sign "no weapons, no drugs, etc" at Camp Green Lake?

    • A.

      He was surprised

    • B.

      Duh! So obvious...

    • C.

      He got upset

    • D.

      He thought it was a good policy

    Correct Answer
    B. Duh! So obvious...
    Explanation
    Stanley thought that the sign "no weapons, no drugs, etc" at Camp Green Lake was obvious and did not require any further explanation.

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  • 2. 

    What was the man in the cowboy hat's name?

    • A.

      Mr. George

    • B.

      Mr. Man

    • C.

      Mr. Guy

    • D.

      Mr. Sir

    Correct Answer
    D. Mr. Sir
  • 3. 

    What did Mr. Sir have a tattoo of on his arm?

    • A.

      A rattlesnake

    • B.

      A girl scout

    • C.

      A scorpion

    • D.

      A lizard

    Correct Answer
    A. A rattlesnake
    Explanation
    Mr. Sir had a tattoo of a rattlesnake on his arm. This suggests that he has a fascination or connection with snakes. The tattoo could symbolize his tough and dangerous nature, as rattlesnakes are known for their venomous bites and warning rattles. It could also indicate his rebellious or edgy personality, as tattoos are often associated with non-conformity. Overall, the presence of a rattlesnake tattoo on Mr. Sir's arm adds depth to his character and hints at certain traits or interests he may possess.

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  • 4. 

    Why did Stanley have to remove his clothes for Mr. Sir?

    • A.

      Because Mr. Sir was crazy

    • B.

      To make sure he didn't have any outside snacks

    • C.

      To make sure he wasn't hiding anything

    • D.

      No clothes were allowed at Camp Green Lake

    Correct Answer
    C. To make sure he wasn't hiding anything
    Explanation
    Stanley had to remove his clothes for Mr. Sir to ensure that he wasn't hiding anything. This action was taken as a precautionary measure to prevent any unauthorized items from being brought into Camp Green Lake. By removing his clothes, Mr. Sir could thoroughly inspect Stanley and ensure that he didn't have any prohibited items or contraband.

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  • 5. 

    Why do you think that Camp Green Lake needs to make sure that the boys aren't hiding anything?

    • A.

      As punishment for being a bad boy, they sometimes have to do ridiculous things

    • B.

      Because the judge says so

    • C.

      Because the guard says so

    • D.

      Because they don't trust bad boys

    Correct Answer
    D. Because they don't trust bad boys
    Explanation
    Camp Green Lake needs to make sure that the boys aren't hiding anything because they don't trust bad boys. The boys are being punished for their bad behavior, and the camp authorities believe that they may continue to engage in deceitful or dishonest activities. By ensuring that the boys are not hiding anything, the camp can maintain control over the boys and prevent any further misconduct or rule-breaking. This lack of trust is likely a result of the boys' previous actions and the need for strict discipline in the camp environment.

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  • 6. 

    What was Stanley given at Camp Green Lake?

    • A.

      3 sets of clothes

    • B.

      2 sets of clothes

    • C.

      1 set of clothes

    • D.

      Towel

    • E.

      Socks

    • F.

      Dancing shoes

    • G.

      Sneakers

    • H.

      Cap

    Correct Answer(s)
    B. 2 sets of clothes
    D. Towel
    E. Socks
    G. Sneakers
    H. Cap
    Explanation
    Stanley was given 2 sets of clothes, a towel, socks, sneakers, and a cap at Camp Green Lake.

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  • 7. 

    What was Stanley's job duty at Camp Green Lake?

    • A.

      To dig a hole and find something interesting

    • B.

      To dig 1 hole each day

    • C.

      To dig as many holes as he could each day

    • D.

      To get along with the other boys

    Correct Answer
    B. To dig 1 hole each day
    Explanation
    Stanley's job duty at Camp Green Lake was to dig one hole each day. This implies that he had a specific daily task assigned to him, which was to dig a single hole. The answer suggests that the camp had a structured routine for the boys, and digging one hole per day was a part of Stanley's responsibilities.

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  • 8. 

    What was the hole's "measuring stick" and the length?

    • A.

      Arm's length - however long your arm was

    • B.

      Yard stick - 8 feet

    • C.

      Shovel - 5 feet

    • D.

      Leg's length - however long your leg was

    Correct Answer
    C. Shovel - 5 feet
    Explanation
    The hole's "measuring stick" was a shovel, and its length was 5 feet.

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  • 9. 

    What happens if you find something interesting during a dig?

    • A.

      You get punished

    • B.

      You get to leave camp early

    • C.

      You get the day off

    • D.

      All of the other boys get mad at you

    Correct Answer
    C. You get the day off
    Explanation
    If you find something interesting during a dig, you get the day off. This means that if you come across something fascinating or valuable while excavating, you are given a break from your regular duties for that day. This could be seen as a reward for the discovery and an opportunity to further investigate or study the interesting find.

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  • 10. 

    At Camp Green Lake, there is no penalty for running away.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    At Camp Green Lake, there is no penalty for running away. This means that if someone decides to escape from the camp, they will not face any consequences or punishment for their actions. This could be due to various reasons, such as the camp not having the resources or manpower to pursue and apprehend escapees, or the staff not considering running away as a serious offense. Whatever the reason may be, the statement suggests that running away from Camp Green Lake is allowed without any repercussions.

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  • 11. 

    Why is there no penalty for running away at Camp Green Lake?

    • A.

      Because there is no water for 100 miles, you'll die trying

    • B.

      Because the yellow spotted lizard will get you

    • C.

      Because you will get so hungry and tired

    • D.

      Because you will get lose

    Correct Answer
    A. Because there is no water for 100 miles, you'll die trying
    Explanation
    There is no penalty for running away at Camp Green Lake because there is no water for 100 miles, and attempting to escape would result in death due to dehydration.

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  • 12. 

    A treeless, sparsely inhabited region WORDS BANK:  dazed, barren, desolate, grumbled, hesitated, blazing, vast

    Correct Answer
    barren
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "barren". This word accurately describes a treeless, sparsely inhabited region. It suggests that the region lacks vegetation and is devoid of life, emphasizing its desolate and empty nature.

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  • 13. 

    Deserted WORDS BANK:  dazed, barren, desolate, grumbled, hesitated, blazing, vast

    Correct Answer
    desolate
    Explanation
    The word "desolate" accurately describes the state of being deserted or abandoned. It conveys a sense of emptiness and loneliness, suggesting a place that is devoid of life or activity. The other words in the word bank do not fully capture this sense of abandonment and emptiness. "Barren" implies a lack of fertility or growth, but not necessarily abandonment. "Vast" refers to size or extent, but does not convey the same emotional tone as "desolate." "Blazing" suggests intense heat or brightness, which is unrelated to the concept of being deserted. "Dazed," "grumbled," and "hesitated" are all unrelated to the idea of being deserted.

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  • 14. 

    Stupefy WORDS BANK:  dazed, barren, desolate, grumbled, hesitated, blazing, vast

    Correct Answer
    dazed
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "dazed." This word is the most suitable choice because it means to be in a state of confusion or disorientation, which aligns with the meaning of "stupefy." The other words in the word bank do not convey the same sense of confusion or disorientation.

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  • 15. 

    Of very great amount WORDS BANK:  dazed, barren, desolate, grumbled, hesitated, blazing, vast

    Correct Answer
    vast
    Explanation
    The word "vast" is the correct answer because it means "of very great amount" or "extremely large in size or extent." It is the most suitable option among the given words to describe something that is of a significant or immense magnitude.

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  • 16. 

    Complain or protest about something in a bad-tempered but usually muted way WORDS BANK:  dazed, barren, desolate, grumbled, hesitated, blazing, vast

    Correct Answer
    grumbled
    Explanation
    The word "grumbled" fits the description of complaining or protesting about something in a bad-tempered but usually muted way. When someone grumbles, they express their dissatisfaction or annoyance in a low, muttering voice. This word implies a sense of discontent or frustration without being overly aggressive or confrontational.

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  • 17. 

    Fiercely burning WORDS BANK:  dazed, barren, desolate, grumbled, hesitated, blazing, vast

    Correct Answer
    blazing
    Explanation
    The word "blazing" is the correct answer because it is the only word in the word bank that accurately describes something that is burning fiercely. The other words in the word bank do not have the same meaning or connotation as "blazing" in relation to fire or heat.

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  • 18. 

    Pause before saying or doing something WORDS BANK:  dazed, barren, desolate, grumbled, hesitated, blazing, vast

    Correct Answer
    hesitated
    Explanation
    The word "hesitated" means to pause or hold back before saying or doing something. In the given context, the person is likely to have paused or had a moment of uncertainty before speaking or taking action. This suggests that they may have had doubts, second thoughts, or were considering their words or actions carefully before proceeding.

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