Which best expresses the narrator's relationship with Stephen Mackaye?
They were once good friends but are now bitter enemies.
They have always been bitter enemies.
They were once bitter enemies, but now they are good friends.
They have been good friends for many years.
How do you know this? Cite evidence from the text to support your response.
Which is the most likely explanation why the narrator and Stephen travel to the Yukon?
They want to go on an Alaskan vacation.
They want to compete in an important sled race.
They want to make money from the gold rush.
They want to get in the business of dog trading.
Why do you believe this? Reference the text in your answer.
Which statement about Spot is FALSE?
Spot is tough and fearless.
Spot is attractive and intelligent.
Spot steals and eats greedily.
Spot is loyal and a hard worker.
Why do you believe that this statement is false? Disprove it using evidence from the text.
Why doesn't the narrator kill Spot?
He was weakened by Spot's deep stare.
He doesn't want to lose all of the money that he spent on Spot.
He is threatened by Spot and is afraid that Spot will kill him first.
He promised his mother that he would never harm a loyal dog.
How do you know this? Quote text to support your argument.
How does Spot react to being whipped by the narrator?
He exaggerates his pain.
He takes it without a whimper.
He threatens the narrator with his eyes.
He bites the narrator.
How do you know this? Reference the text in your answer.
Which is NOT a claim that the narrator makes about Spot?
Spot chased away the narrator's fiance.
Spot cannot be killed and will never die.
Spot was sold many times but always returns.
Spot came out on top in a fight with 50 dogs.
How do you know this? Explain your answer.
With which statement would the narrator most likely agree?
Spot gets into a bit of trouble, but it's worth keeping him because he earns money.
Spot is a lazy thief, but he'll pull his weight when everyone is counting on him.
Spot is a horrible dog that messes up everything.
Spot is rough around the edges but he is a good dog when you get to know him.
Why do you believe this? Refer to the text in your response.
Which best describes the narrator's TONE in the following sentences?
"And what I want to know is who told him we were up the Stewart? We could have gone a thousand other places. How did he know? "
Which best describes how the narrator lived his life without Spot?
He learns that friendship is the most important thing.
He loses weight and becomes morose.
He grows healthy and has good fortune.
He finds out that he misses Spot.
Why do you think this? Cite text to support your answer.
What is ironic or humorous about why the narrator is mad at Stephen Mackaye?
The narrator left Spot with Stephen Mackaye first.
The narrator was the one who saved Spot from the river.
Spot doesn't even have a spot on his coat.
Stephen Mackaye isn't even alive anymore.
Why is this ironic or humorous? Explain your answer.