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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 other role besides Chief Cook is the President's Chief Cook said to inhabit?
2. What role had Miss Tibbs served within the President's household during his youth?
(b) Piano teacher.
3. What is said to be a quality of a single pill of Wonka-Vite?
(a) It rotates continuously.
(b) It glimmers and shines.
(c) It quivers.
(d) It makes a high-pitched noise.
4. Who brings the water with which the Old Ones take the Wonka-Vite pills?
(a) Willy Wonka.
(c) The Oompa-Loompas.
(d) Mrs. Bucket.
5. What is the setting depicted at the start of Chapter 9, entitled Gobbled Up?
(a) The White House.
(b) The Space Hotel USA.
(c) The chocolate factory.
(d) Charlie's family's former home.
Short Answer Questions
1. What kind of creatures eat some of the staff onboard the Commuter Capsule?
2. Who is the sole subject of the Oompa-Loompas' welcome-back song upon the elevator's return to the chocolate factory?
3. How many years does a single pill of Wonka-Vite take off of someone's life, according to Willy Wonka?
4. What type of facility do Charlie and Willy Wonka pass on their way to Minusland?
5. How does the narrator describe Willy Wonka's attempts to outrun the Vermicious Knid following the Great Glass Elevator?
Short Essay Questions
1. What new target do the Vermicious Knids attack after trying to smash the Great Glass Elevator?
2. In what way is Willy Wonka portrayed as being skillful at lying?
3. When the elevator's inhabitants have a chance to save the 150 people in the Commuter Capsule, how does the split in opinion depict the contrast between positive and negative thinking?
4. Discuss two characters who have an emotional reaction to Wonka-Vite's effects on the Old Ones.
5. How is the theme of collectivism demonstrated within Grandpa Joe's part in helping to get the Old Ones to be more lively?
6. What clear signs of the science fiction genre are present within the text?
7. Discuss the message sent within the song that Miss Tibbs sings to the President entitled "The Nurse's Song" (62).
8. In what way does Charlie's reaction to Wonka-Vite differ from his father Mr. Bucket's reaction to the invention?
9. What observation does Charlie make of Willy Wonka that causes him to laugh inwardly and to wonder what is coming next?
10. How does the scene depicting the Vermicious Knid's injury portray the theme of comeuppance?
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