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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. What does Crismus order concerning the tent when Asterix and Getafix return from the woods?
(c) Cordoning off.
(d) Heavy protection.
2. When Crismus gets furious, what does he do?
(a) Lash out.
3. What does Crismus realize he must do to be cured by Getafix?
(a) Give up his role.
(b) Strike a bargain.
(c) Pay them money.
(d) Free them.
4. When Crismus Bonus demands that Asterix surrender, what does Asterix do?
(a) He exits the tent, throws his arms at Crismus Bonus' feet, and says he surrenders.
(b) He approaches Crismus and grabs him by the hair, dragging him through the streets.
(c) He begins to swell up in size till he is the size of a mountain and attacks the soldiers.
(d) He opens his mouth and starts to blow, building a storm that blows away the army.
5. What does Crismus beg Getafix to give him?
(a) A key.
(b) A massage.
(c) A book.
(d) An antidote.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who emerges as an untrustworthy character by the end of Section 4?
2. When the messenger carries the ingredient to Getafix, what does Getafix do?
3. Who does Asterix overhear secretly plotting to overthrow Caesar and establish a triumvirate?
4. What does Asterix do that Getafix considers madness?
5. What is the fate meted out to the conspirators against Caesar?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the cloak in the tent signify?
2. Why does Crismus get angry with Getaflix in Section 4?
3. What are three instances that Crismus lies?
4. How is Crismus over-confident?
5. What is funny about Asterix's behavior when the torturer arrives and what does it signify?
6. Why does Crismus Bonus cry?
7. Why is Getaflix willing to give in to Crismus' demand?
8. Why are strawberries important to Getaflix?
9. Why is it difficult to get strawberries?
10. What are Crimus Bonus and Marcus Ginantonicus plotting?
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