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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What grows on the oldest daughter's nose in "St. Joseph in the Forest"?
(a) A boil.
(b) A wart.
(c) Ugly hairs.
(d) Another nose.
2. Which of the following is not found in "The Spindle, the Shuttle and the Needle"?
(a) A handsome prince.
(b) A poor orphan girl.
(c) An evil witch.
(d) Magical objects.
3. Who accompanies the poor man in watching over the rich man's grave on the third night in "The Grave Mound"?
(a) The rich man's wife.
(b) A soldier.
(c) His wife.
(d) The devil.
4. What common theme is displayed in "The Lazy Spinner"?
5. How many princesses are there in "The Shoes That Were Danced to Pieces"?
6. What is the contest that the king holds for his sons in "The Three Sluggards" based on?
(b) Magical ability.
7. What other story is "The Flail from Heaven" slightly similar to?
(a) Hansel and Gretel.
(c) Jack and the Beanstalk.
(d) Little Red-Riding Hood.
8. What quality does "The Shepherd Boy" express?
9. What is the simple moral of "The Willow-Wren"?
(a) Don't win by cheating.
(b) Treat everyone equally.
(c) Don't be a coward and hide.
(d) Don't fall asleep on the job.
10. What is the lesson in "The Hut in the Forest"?
(a) Using your own intellect with help you.
(b) Treat animals with kindness.
(c) Do not lie.
(d) Always look to God for help.
11. What do "The Willow-Wren" and "The Sole" have in common?
(a) They both attempt to explain the way of animals.
(b) They both warn against cheating to win.
(c) They both attempt to explain a natural phenomenon.
(d) They both warn against jealousy and envy.
12. There is a heavy use of what element in "The Iron Stove"?
(a) The use of three.
13. What is the moral of "The Hare and the Hedgehog"?
(a) Treat others equally.
(b) Do not be greedy.
(c) Don't make fun of others.
(d) There is no moral. This is for entertainment.
14. What do "The Story of Schlauraffen Land" and "Ditmars Tale of Wonders" have in common?
(a) They serve to entertain.
(b) They are both dark tales.
(c) They both have the character Hans.
(d) They have the same moral.
15. Which reoccurring character appears in "The Griffin"?
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Master Pfriem's bad habit?
2. What does "The Bittern and Hoopoe" try to explain?
3. In "The Willful Child," what part of the child sticks out of the grave?
4. What comes out of the loaf of bread when the rich husband cuts into it in "God's Food"?
5. What replacement organ does the third surgeon in "The Three Army Surgeons" end up with?
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