The Bronze Bow Quiz | Eight Week Quiz G

Elizabeth George Speare
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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 23.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. How is Simon brought into the camp?
(a) He is under heavy guard and in chains.
(b) He is carried by Samson.
(c) He is blindfolded so he does not know where the cave is.
(d) He is inside a big wooden box.

2. How does Daniel react to the sight of the Roman soldiers?
(a) He runs for cover.
(b) He thinks about joining them.
(c) He begins to yell curses at them.
(d) He starts crying, thinking about his parents.

3. What does Simon suggest after the grandmother dies?
(a) That Daniel get a job as tax collector.
(b) That Daniel come with him to follow the carpenter.
(c) That Daniel take over his blacksmith shop in Ketzah.
(d) That Daniel find someone to take care of Leah.

4. What philosophy does Jesus compare to Daniel's hate of the Romans?
(a) An eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth.
(b) Love your neighbor and hate your enemies.
(c) Let not your left hand know what the right had is doing.
(d) Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.

5. After Rosh chastises Daniel, what does Daniel do?
(a) He takes his anger out on Samson.
(b) He goes off by himself and cries.
(c) He goes to work hard at his anvil.
(d) He runs away.

Short Answer Questions

1. How did Nathan die?

2. Why do Daniel and Joel leave Leah in the shop?

3. What does Daniel reflect on about Rosh's business?

4. What stirs up Daniel's hatred while Jesus is speaking to the crowd?

5. What gift does Thacia leave for Leah?

(see the answer key)

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