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A. He realizes that being prejudiced is silly. b. He is lonely. c. He does so for warmth. 8. Why is Phillip alarmed when Timothy makes camp on the island? a. He doesn’t like Timothy’s choice of materials. b. He doesn’t want to stay on the island for long. c. He had hoped to continue sleeping on the raft. 4. How do you know that Phillip panics when he realizes he is blind? a. He crawls around the raft and screams for his parents. b. He yells at Timothy. c. He tries to jump off the raft. 9. What does Phillip realize once he is left alone on the beach?
They both are stranded on the cay. 15. Why does Timothy decide that they might stay on the cay forever? a. because they haven’t seen a ship or an aircraft since arriving b. because Timothy realizes he is going to die soon c. because Timothy realizes how lucky they are to be there © 2006 Saddleback Educational Publishing (continued) 20. How long does Phillip live on the cay? a. from April until August b. from May until July c. from March until July 39 Focus on Reading: The Cay Answer Key Check Your Understanding: Multiple Choice I.