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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. To which character does the King of Cats sends the shadows of a dozen mice in Poem 13?
(a) The cat who guards the door.
(b) His wife.
(c) The cat who winds the clock.
(d) The cat who brings ice to his house.
2. Which character says farewell in Poem 16?
(a) The cloud.
(b) The tailor.
(c) William Blake.
(d) The boy.
3. Which character weaves weather on a loom in Poem 9?
(a) William Blake.
(b) The cow.
(c) The rabbit.
(d) The Marmalade Man.
4. Which character is working in an office in the illustration of Poem 11?
(a) The tiger.
(b) Mrs. Blake.
(c) William Blake.
(d) The rat.
5. By making believe in Poem 9, what can people do?
(a) Travel places.
(b) Sleep on hay.
(c) Ride clouds.
(d) Build moats.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which character mentioned in Poem 8 shines with dew?
2. Which character mentioned in Poem 9 has been busy cleaning the inn?
3. Which character mentioned in Poem 10 receives silver stars?
4. Which character mentioned in Poem 8 talks to William Blake?
5. Which two characters are right beside the tiger in Poem 14?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is a big difference between the rabbit and the cow in Poem 9?
2. When the rabbit requests that everyone make room, what does the cow do in Poem 9?
3. What is the lesson contained in Poem 15?
4. What is special about the dance of the Marmalade Man in Poem 12?
5. When the rabbit requests that everyone make believe, what does the cow do in Poem 9?
6. Describe tasks the King of Cats gives his wife in Poem 13.
7. What are some of the unusual and magical gifts the King of Cats sends his friends in Poem 13?
8. When the rabbit requests that everyone make way, what does the cow do in Poem 9?
9. How is the experience different for the rabbit compared to the cat in Poem 10?
10. What does William Blake do after the sunflowers make their request in Poem 8?
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