The Giverby Lois Lowry
Chapters 12-13
  1.   Eventhough Jonas is forbidden to talk about his training, he thinks, even ifit were not, it still would have been impossible to discuss things withhis friends.  Why?  a) He thinks they wouldn't believe him. b) They would have laughed at him.  c) It would mark him as different. d) His friends couldn't have understood any of it.  e) NOTA
  2. There are several different races/cultures in the Community,but they are kept separate from each other.  a) True  b) False
  3. Everyone in the Community has the same hair color as Fiona. a) True  b) False
  4. When will Jonas begin to see all of the colors? a) When hebecomes The Receiver.  b) If he stops taking the pills.  c) Inhis dreams  d) In the presence of  The Giver.  e) When hereceives the memories.
  5. The Giver thinks they made a mistake when they got rid ofcolor.  a) True  b) False
  6. What does Jonas say happens if everything is the same? a) People don't fight.  b) There is no jealousy or competition. c) Life isn't fun.  d). There are no choices.  e) NOTA
  7. What does Jonas conclude is the reason for the Sameness? a) To prevent wars.  b) To protect people from making wrong choices. c) It's easier  d) There's no confusion   e) NOTA
  8. The Receiver is not allowed to have a spouse.  a) True b) False
  9. For Jonas, what is the most frustrating rule of his training? a) The one about medication for pain.  b) The one about talking abouthis training.  c) The one about rudeness.  d) The one about lying. e) NOTA
  10. When the previous successor to The Giver failed, what happened? a) The people had no one to make decisions.  b)  The Receiverwas punished.  c) Her memories were released into the Community, andthe people felt pain. d) The books were banned when people found out. e) NOTA

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