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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What holds the Bluefish quietly?
(a) The sea.
(b) The minnows.
(c) The glass.
(d) The sky.
2. What does the narrator describe at the beginning of 'Little Sister Pond'?
(a) The touches.
(b) The smells.
(c) The sounds.
(d) The sights.
3. What does the narrator of 'The Honey Tree' love as she climbs the honey tree?
(b) Her home.
(c) Her mother.
(d) Her body.
4. What does the narrator of 'Bluefish' compare the Bluefish to as they eat?
(a) A swarm.
(b) A cloud.
(d) A wave.
5. What kills the fish in the poem, 'Fish'?
(a) The hook.
(b) Another fish.
(c) A boat.
(d) The air.
6. What kind of nuggets are found in 'Spring'?
7. What does the narrator spend time looking at in the third part of 'Little Sister Pond'?
(b) A man.
(c) The clouds.
(d) The water.
8. Where did the narrator of 'Music' later hear the music again?
(a) In her memories.
(b) Behind closed doors.
(c) In her dreams.
(d) At her workplace.
9. What flows through the branches of the plum trees?
10. Which of these words does the narrator use to describe the rain in 'Spring'?
(d) All of these.
11. What becomes nameless in the 'Blackwater Woods'?
(a) The rivers.
(b) The travellers.
(c) The ponds.
(d) The trees.
12. How does the sea move, as described in the poem 'The Sea'?
(a) Wave by wave.
(b) Stroke by stroke.
(c) Wind by wind.
(d) Splash by splash.
13. Who is the wood duck calling to in 'Little Sister Pond'?
(a) An intruder.
(b) Her mate.
(c) The narrator.
(d) Her hatchlings.
14. What was the narrator of 'Bluefish' doing when she saw the Bluefish?
15. What kind of body does the narrator want in 'The Sea'?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the rising sun in 'Morning at Great Pond' make the night do?
2. What season does 'Music' take place in?
3. What do the Bluefish eat?
4. What wanders with the narrator in 'White Night'?
5. What is the narrator doing in 'White Night'?
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