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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. In "The Three Oxen and the Lion" how does the lion eat the oxen?
(a) By seperating them.
(b) By hunting them when they are sleeping.
(c) By chasing them all.
(d) By eating them all at once.
2. In "The Lion, the Bear and the Fox" who is fighting over a dead swan?
(a) The bear and the fox.
(b) The lion and the bear.
(c) The lion and the fox.
(d) The lion and the wolf.
3. In "The Halcyon" what is a halcyon?
(a) An animal.
(b) A God.
(c) A bird.
(d) A river.
4. What do we learn about Man's nature from "The Man and the Satyr"?
(a) It is permanent.
(b) It is not changeable.
(c) It is temporary.
(d) It is changeable.
5. In "The Frogs Who Demanded a King" what does Zeus throw into the water a second time?
(a) A scorpion.
(c) A water snake.
(d) A stick.
Short Answer Questions
1. In "The Blind Man" what is given to the blind man?
2. In "The Foxes on the Bank of the Meander River" what pulls the fox away from the rest of his clan?
3. In "The Raven and the Snake" who bites the hungry raven?
4. Who eats the fox's cubs in "The Eagle and the Fox"?
5. In "The Sleeping Dog and the Wolf" which animal pounces on a sleeping dog?
Short Essay Questions
1. In "Zeus, Prometheus, Athena, and Momos" why is Momos banished from the Olympus?
2. In "The Lion and the Mouse Who Returned a Kindness" how does the mouse help the lion?
3. In "The Kite Who Neighed" what happens to the kite?
4. How does the fox get revenge against the eagle in "The Eagle and the Fox"?
5. In "The Kid and the Wolf Who Played the Flute" what does the wolf realize about his nature?
6. In "The Lioness and the Vixen" why does the vixen criticize the lioness?
7. In "The Raven and Hermes" why can't the raven be trusted?
8. In "The Middle-aged Man and His Mistresses" why does the man lose all his hair?
9. In "The Goat and the Donkey" why is the goat sacrificed?
10. In "The Jackdaw and the Fox" why does the fox ask the jackdaw to stop living on hope?
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