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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How did Min tell Tree-ear he wanted the red and white pottery drained for the inlays?
(a) For it not to drain.
(b) For him to drain it only two times.
(c) For it to be drained like the brown clay.
(d) As if for glaze.
2. What did Tree-ear think would give him the strength to overcome the bandit?
(a) His year of hard work.
(b) His faith.
(c) His determination.
3. How does Tree-ear act towards Crane-man when he comes back to the bridge after his pack is done?
4. After Tree-ear fell on the path going down from the Rock, what thought gave him hope?
(a) The emissary is a kind man.
(b) He is young and can find a job in the city.
(c) There might be half a vase left.
(d) The second vase might not have broken.
5. What time of day was it when Tree-ear found the palace?
(a) Late in the afternoon.
(b) Early morning.
6. What did Crane-man tell Tree-ear when he arrived at the bridge in Chapter 9?
(a) He had found a jacket in the river.
(b) He had two pairs of sandals made for him.
(c) He had Tree-ear's bedroom ready.
(d) He had fish for dinner.
7. What did Tree-ear give Crane-man before he went on his journey?
(a) A clay monkey.
(b) A polished stone.
(c) Two coins from his string.
(d) A clay rabbit.
8. What did Tree-ear do when the two test vases were packed?
(a) Threw them to the ground and kicked them around.
(b) Handed the pack to Min.
(c) Set the pack under the bridge.
(d) Dropped the pack off the bridge.
9. How did Tree-ear carry the vases?
(a) On a jiggeh.
(b) In a leather backpack.
(c) In a cloth bag.
(d) In a hand cart.
10. What does Crane-man tell Tree-ear about a long kept tradition?
(a) There is no law that governs tradition.
(b) Traditions should change every ten years.
(c) It is silly to have a long kept tradition.
(d) It can be stronger than law.
11. What was the name of the river Tree-ear could see from the Rock of Falling Flowers?
(a) Kum River.
(b) Poju River.
(c) Hajing River.
(d) Napyu River.
12. Who was waiting out on the road for Tree-ear the morning after he and Min unloaded the kiln?
(a) The royal emissary.
(c) Min's wife.
13. When was Min's pieces ready for Tree-ear to take?
(a) Toward the beginning of fall.
(b) In the middle of the fall.
(c) In the middle of the summer.
(d) At the end of spring.
14. Who does Crane-man say kept him from going to the temple when he lost his home?
(a) A fox.
(b) His father.
(c) His mother.
(d) A hummingbird.
15. How often did Tree-ear eat on the second part of his journey?
(a) Every day.
(b) Every two days.
(c) Every other day.
(d) Twice a day.
Short Answer Questions
1. What kind of roof did the palace have?
2. What was Tree-ear's revelation concerning clay in Chapter 7?
3. What does Tree-ear think about as he and Min are hanging up clothes?
4. What did Crane-man tell Tree-ear about doors and wind?
5. What did Tree-ear see as one of the major differences between Min's inlay cuts and Kang's?
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