The Diary of Anne Frank
  • 1. A majority of this play is told using the literary element of
A) irony
B) flashback
C) onomatopoeia
D) simile
  • 2. From what group are the Franks hiding?
A) the Nazis
B) the Allies
C) the French
D) the Belgian Army
  • 3. What are the ration coupons used for?
A) distributing weapons
B) recieving messages about the war
C) identifying jews
D) buying food
  • 4. What symbol are the jews required to wear during the Nazi occupation?
A) the Star of David
B) the letter "J"
C) the German flag
D) a red cross
  • 5. Why did the Franks tell people they were going to Switzerland?
A) Mr. Frank is in trouble with the bank
B) They planned on going to Switzerland but had to stay instead
C) They wanted Mr. Frank's sister to believe they were in Switzerland
D) They wanted the Nazis to believe they were in Switzerland
  • 6. What holiday do they celebrate in spite of being in hiding?
A) Hannukkah
B) Yom Kipper
C) Easter
D) Christmas
  • 7. What is the name of the war that is taking place?
A) World War 2
B) Civil War
C) World War 1
D) French Revolution
  • 8. What common problem do Peter and Anne share?
A) They are lonely because they are only children
B) They are in conflict with their parents
C) They are orphaned
D) They are poor students
  • 9. What event spoils the holiday celebration?
A) The Nazis come to take them away
B) A thief breaks in downstairs
C) Anne forgot to make a gift for Pim
D) There isn't any food
  • 10. Why does Mrs. Frank confront Mr. Van Daan?
A) He is making too much noise
B) He is stealing food
C) He revealed them to the Nazis
D) He is not actually Jewish
  • 11. What is D Day?
A) when Hitler opened Auschwitz
B) when Allied forces landed on the beaches of Normandy
C) when Japan bombed Pearl Harbor
D) when Allied forces raided Berlin
  • 12. By the conclusion of the diary, Anne believed that people are still
A) evil
B) good
C) selfish
D) stupid
  • 13. Anne's statement "I want to go on living even after my death" is an example of
A) irony
B) simile
C) personification
D) flashback
  • 14. What is the play's main external conflict?
A) Mr. Van Daan and Mrs. Van Daan
B) Anne and her mother
C) Anne and Dussel
D) the Nazis and all who oppose them
  • 15. Which is an example of an internal conflict in the play?
A) when Anne spills milk on Mrs. Van Daans coat
B) Dussel and Peter arguing about the cat
C) the alternating hope and despair in the hearts of the characters
D) the thief stealing the radio
  • 16. What is the climax of the play?
A) when the Nazi police enter the secret annex
B) when Mrs. Frank tells the Van Daans to leave
C) when Peter falls from his chair
D) when Miep doesn't come for three days
  • 17. Which of the following statements would best describe the theme of the play?
A) Always have some religion
B) Don't count your chickens before they hatch
C) Be true to yourself
D) In spite of everything, most people are good at heart
  • 18. What example in this play showed how the Dutch citizens suffered during the war?
A) Miep has to sell her clothes to buy groceries
B) They take away Mr. Kraler's car
C) Mr. Kraler can't get in to see a doctor for his stomach trouble
D) Miep's dance was cancelled
  • 19. Which character wishes that "the end would come whatever it is?"
A) Anne
B) Margot
C) Mr. Frank
D) Mr. Dussel
  • 20. How does the relationship between Peter and Anne change?
A) Anne ends up tutoring Peter
B) Peter ends up tutoring Anne
C) the end of "dating" each other
D) the end of hating one another
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