Walk Two Moons: Chapters 1 - 5

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This quiz will test information in Chapters 1-5 of "Walk Two Moons".


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  • 1. 

    Who is the main character in the story?

    • A.

      Phoebe Winterbottom

    • B.

      Salamanca Tree Hiddle

    • C.

      Margaret Cadaver

    • D.

      Mary Lou Finney

    Correct Answer
    B. Salamanca Tree Hiddle
    Explanation
    Salamanca Tree Hiddle is the main character in the story. This can be inferred from the fact that her name is listed as a separate option among the other characters. Additionally, the question asks specifically for the main character, indicating that Salamanca is the central focus of the story.

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  • 2. 

    What does Sal miss most about her home in Bybanks, Kentucky?

    • A.

      She misses her friends the most.

    • B.

      She misses her grandparents.

    • C.

      She misses her large house and its surroundings like the trees and water hole.

    • D.

      She misses her secret hiding space in her house.

    Correct Answer
    C. She misses her large house and its surroundings like the trees and water hole.
    Explanation
    Sal misses her large house and its surroundings like the trees and water hole the most. This suggests that she has fond memories of her home and the natural environment around it. The mention of the trees and water hole implies that Sal enjoyed spending time outdoors and appreciates the beauty of nature. The fact that she specifically mentions missing her house and its surroundings suggests that they hold a special place in her heart and she longs for the familiar and comforting environment of her childhood home.

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  • 3. 

    Sal compares her new home and the neighborhood to ...?

    • A.

      A big metroplis of skyscrapers and condos.

    • B.

      A wide open field of fresh air and wild animals.

    • C.

      Little birdhouses in a row.

    • D.

      A Christmas gingerbread house village.

    Correct Answer
    C. Little birdhouses in a row.
    Explanation
    The comparison of Sal's new home and neighborhood to "little birdhouses in a row" suggests that they are small, quaint, and neatly arranged. This implies that the houses in the neighborhood are close together and have a similar design, giving a sense of unity and charm. The comparison also implies a sense of coziness and simplicity, which may indicate that Sal finds her new home and neighborhood to be charming and inviting.

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  • 4. 

    Sal believes that all of the following are reasons for traveling to Idaho except...

    • A.

      Gram and Gramps wanted to meet Momma's new boyfriend.

    • B.

      Gram and Gramps wanted to see Momma.

    • C.

      Gram and Gramps knew that Sal wanted to see her.

    • D.

      Dad wanted to be alone with Margaret Cadaver.

    Correct Answer
    A. Gram and Gramps wanted to meet Momma's new boyfriend.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Gram and Gramps wanted to meet Momma's new boyfriend." This is the only option that does not provide a reason for traveling to Idaho. The other options mention wanting to see Sal, wanting to see Momma, and Dad wanting to be alone with Margaret Cadaver, all of which are valid reasons for traveling to Idaho.

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  • 5. 

    Who was the "damsel in distress"?

    • A.

      A lady whose car got hit on the interstate.

    • B.

      A lady whose car had two flat tires at a rest area.

    • C.

      A lady whose car ran out of gas on the interstate.

    • D.

      A lady whose car broke down at a rest area.

    Correct Answer
    D. A lady whose car broke down at a rest area.
    Explanation
    The term "damsel in distress" refers to a woman who is in a helpless or vulnerable situation and in need of assistance. Among the given options, the lady whose car broke down at a rest area fits this description. Her car breaking down leaves her stranded and in need of help, making her the "damsel in distress" in this scenario.

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  • 6. 

    In Chapter 2, Sal states her belief that if there were any chance to bring her mother home, it would occur on her mother's birthday.  Then Sal says, "My father says I lean on broken reeds and will get a face full of swamp mud one day."  What does this expression mean to you?

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