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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where are the archeologists from?
2. What could steal the secrets the Straumli archeologists uncover?
(a) Star gazer.
(b) The old ones.
(c) The Powers.
(d) The mad ones.
3. What does Johanna notice about her captors?
(a) They have a very primitive language.
(b) They are alternately kind and cruel.
(c) They do not grow their food.
(d) They function in packs and avoid other packs.
4. What does Woodcarver want to learn?
(a) How to walk on 2 limb.s
(b) Johanna's language.
(c) How to make Johanna's picture box work.
(d) How to fly the ship Johanna arrives in.
5. What do the Olsndots set up?
(a) A perimeter guard.
(b) A language translater.
(c) An ultraviolet desenthisizer.
(d) Ultralight communication.
Short Answer Questions
1. For what might Woodcarver be ready?
2. What melts the coldsleep boxes?
3. What does the crew get past Johanna?
4. What does Jefri realize?
5. What do the observers call those who take the pup-like figures from the ship?
Short Essay Questions
1. In what condition is the ship in which the Olsndot family escapes Earth by the time it reaches an unnamed and habitable world?
2. What do the two "sides" (the new Power and the humans) do to try to neutralize the other?
3. What do Peregrine Wickwrackrum and Scriber Jaqueramaphan observe and how do they describe the Olsndot's ship?
4. How does Pham occupy his time while the OOB draws closer to the planet where Jefri awaits?
5. How does Greenstalk create havoc with Pham's trust of the two Riders?
6. What are some of the arguments about the Blight on the net?
7. Describe Pham and Bluestalk's descent to the planet surface and their attack and why they suddenly stop attacking with their beam?
8. What are the Olsndots' priorities after landing?
9. How is Johanna faring in the Woodcarver's domain?
10. Explain what the material in OOB's library says about the origins of Riders.
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