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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 do all the Romans realize soon after Getafix responds to Crismus?
(a) That they are growing hair.
(b) That they are stronger.
(c) That they feel lighter.
(d) That they can dance better.
2. Who finally volunteers for Crimus Bonus' request?
3. Without enough of the ingredient that is missing, what will happen?
(a) The fish will not be seasoned.
(b) The cake will not be magical.
(c) The potion will not taste as good.
(d) The pie will not cook properly.
4. When Asterix is tied to the table, what does he do?
(a) Close his eyes.
(b) Start laughing.
(c) Cry for mercy.
(d) Break his chains.
5. Why is Getafix willing to make the antidote for Crismus?
(a) Because the potion will only last one more day.
(b) Because he is tired of playing games.
(c) Because he wants to go home.
(d) Because he is in love with Crismus' daughter.
Short Answer Questions
1. When Crismus gets furious, what does he do?
2. How does Crismus realize that he is at the mercy of Getafix?
3. What does the cart seller do to the volunteer?
4. What does Asterix tell the cart seller he must wait for so the joke will be funnier?
5. How long do the volunteers go in search of the ingredient for Getaflx?
Short Essay Questions
1. What are Crimus Bonus and Marcus Ginantonicus plotting?
2. How is Crismus over-confident?
3. How are future adventures foreshadowed by the end of the novel?
4. Why is Caesar not impressed with Crismus?
5. How does Crismus finally receive the strawberries he needs to give Getaflix?
6. Why does Crismus get angry with Getaflix in Section 4?
7. How does Getaflix render the Romans powerless?
8. What is funny about Asterix's behavior when the torturer arrives and what does it signify?
9. How does Asterix fool Crismus Bonus into thinking that he and Getaflix are at Crismus' mercy?
10. Why is it difficult to get strawberries?
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