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 character mentioned in Poem 9 is literal?
(a) The rabbit.
(b) William Blake.
(c) The sunflower.
(d) The cow.

2. Through what does the Marmalade Man asks the other characters to follow him in Poem 12?
(a) The moat.
(b) The Milky Way.
(c) Mist and maze.
(d) The valley.

3. What is the rhythmic form of Poem 15?
(a) Iambic hexameter in AABB form.
(b) Iambic quadrameter in AABB form.
(c) Iambic quadrameter in ABBA form.
(d) Iambic hexameter in ABBA form.

4. Which character notices that stars are falling in Poem 10?
(a) The tiger.
(b) The rabbit.
(c) The cat.
(d) The boy.

5. Which character mentioned in Poem 8 talks to William Blake?
(a) The boy.
(b) The Sun.
(c) The Moon.
(d) The sunflower.

6. Which two characters are right beside the tiger in Poem 14?
(a) A bird and goat.
(b) A lamb and rat.
(c) A mouse and cat.
(d) A rabbit and cat.

7. Which character mentioned in Poem 8 shines with dew?
(a) The rabbit.
(b) The Moon.
(c) The sunflower.
(d) The grass.

8. Which character mentioned in Poem 10 says fools only get things from heaven?
(a) The tiger.
(b) The Marmalade Man.
(c) The rat.
(d) William Blake.

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

10. Who is the character that drinks tea with William Blake in Poem 13?
(a) The King of Cats.
(b) The cat who winds the clock.
(c) The cat who guards the door.
(d) The wife of the King of Cats.

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

12. Which character mentioned in Poem 9 might take a nap like a field mouse in hay?
(a) The rabbit.
(b) The cow.
(c) The little girl.
(d) William Blake.

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

14. Which two characters have to make amends in Poem 12?
(a) The fox and hound.
(b) The boy and rabbit.
(c) The cat and rat.
(d) The lamb and tiger.

15. What household matters does the King of Cats asks his wife about in Poem 13?
(a) Chasing the tabbies.
(b) Repairing the roof.
(c) Cleaning and scrubbing the house.
(d) The growing catnip and patching the garden wall.

Short Answer Questions

1. Which character mentioned in Poem 9 loves puns?

2. Which character mentioned in Poem 9 will guide the travelers on their voyage?

3. What materials are used to make the chairs in Poem 15?

4. In Poem 8, what is the object that the sunflowers track the movement of?

5. Which poetic form employed in Poem 8 is slower than the iambic form?

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