A Visit to William Blake's Inn Test | Final Test - Easy

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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Which object mentioned in Poem 8 is far away and yellow and orange like the sunflowers?
(a) The King of Cats.
(b) The tiger.
(c) The tortoise.
(d) The city.

2. Which character receives only a handful of dirt in Poem 10?
(a) William Blake.
(b) The rat.
(c) The cat.
(d) The tiger.

3. What object mentioned in Poem 8 contains the roots of the sunflowers?
(a) The grass.
(b) The Moon.
(c) The carpet.
(d) The wall.

4. Which character mentioned in Poem 9 has been busy cleaning the inn?
(a) William Blake.
(b) The Marmalade Man.
(c) The rabbit.
(d) The boy.

5. What is the instrument played by the Marmalade Man in Poem 12?
(a) A flute.
(b) A tambourine.
(c) A harpsichord.
(d) A banjo.

6. In Poem 8, what is the object that the sunflowers track the movement of?
(a) The boy.
(b) William Blake.
(c) The Moon.
(d) The Sun.

7. During Poem 10, what does staying awake symbolize?
(a) Keeping beauty to yourself.
(b) Staying warm.
(c) Being alive to the loveliness around us.
(d) Capitalizing on beauty around.

8. Which character receives emerald green boots in Poem 10?
(a) The rat.
(b) The rabbit.
(c) The cat.
(d) The tiger.

9. What object was captured by the tailor using a trap of lime and twigs in Poem 15?
(a) Mouse fur.
(b) Snail's feet.
(c) Bat's wool.
(d) Robin's wings.

10. What materials are used to make the chairs in Poem 15?
(a) Velveteen, snail's feet, and comet's hair.
(b) Bat's wool, mouse fur, and mole's skin.
(c) Bat's wool, snail's feet, and onion skin.
(d) Wool, velvet, and silk.

11. In the epigraph of Poem 16, what is the reader reminded to do?
(a) Share food with others.
(b) Have a face that gives light.
(c) Visit the inn.
(d) Rest at the inn.

12. Which character mentioned in Poem 9 will guide the travelers on their voyage?
(a) The boy.
(b) The rabbit.
(c) William Blake.
(d) The Marmalade Man.

13. What is the gift that the King of Cats sends to the cat who winds the clocks in Poem 13?
(a) A thousand sunsets.
(b) Mice to eat.
(c) A wrench.
(d) A magical car.

14. Which characters all depart during Poem 16?
(a) The Marmalade Man, mice, and dragons.
(b) Cow, rabbit, tiger, rat, and cat.
(c) The sheep, lamb, and goat.
(d) William Blake, Mrs. Blake, and the tailor.

15. Which poetic form employed in Poem 8 is slower than the iambic form?
(a) Anapestic.
(b) Cinquain.
(c) Hexameter.
(d) Dactyl.

Short Answer Questions

1. Which character in Poem 10 gives out rewards?

2. Which character mentioned in Poem 14 has been stealing?

3. Which character mentioned in Poem 8 shines with dew?

4. Who is the main character of Poem 9?

5. What is the rare rhythmic form employed in Poem 14?

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