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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What comes as a warning prior to the tsunami?
(a) Police going door-to-door.
(b) A siren.
(c) A television broadcast.
(d) A telepathic warning from the invaders.
2. What does Karellen decide to do as the end of civilization approaches?
(a) Destroy the world.
(b) Address the world.
(c) Enslave the world.
(d) Transport people from the Earth to a safe place.
3. What does Jeffrey Greggson dream about after his family has relocated to its new home?
(b) Other planets and solar systems.
(c) His parents.
(d) The invaders.
4. What does Karellen plan to do with the children?
(a) Quarantine them.
(b) Leave them with their parents for nurture and care.
(c) Put them in suspended animation.
(d) Evacuate them.
5. What does Thanthalteresco call George Greggson's oldest son?
(a) Subject Infinity.
(b) Subject Hero.
(c) Subject One.
(d) Subject Zero.
6. The greatest achievement of the people in the island community comes in what field?
(b) Psychic ability.
7. How does Karellen explain the invaders' motives for occupying Earth?
(a) To protect Earth, because it will serve a higher purpose.
(b) To study humans and teach them the ways of the invaders.
(c) To remove humans from Earth, because Earth will ultimately be destroyed.
(d) To repopulate Earth with the invaders after humans are gone.
8. What is unique about the island George Greggson and Jean Morrel visit?
(a) It is a colony made up of artists.
(b) It is a colony made up of professors.
(c) It is a colony made up of zoologists.
(d) It is a colony made up of astronomers.
9. Why is Karellen impressed with the whale display in Chapter 13?
(a) There are no animals the size of a whale on Karellen's home planet.
(b) Because it is more easily transported than a real whale.
(c) Because a whale is evidence of evolution.
(d) Because it is eerily lifelike.
10. What alarms Jan Rodricks when he returns to Earth?
(a) The Earth is devoid of all vegetation.
(b) The Earth is totally covered with water.
(c) The Earth is dark with no man-made lights.
(d) Human bodies.
11. What does Jan Rodricks see has happened to the children of Earth?
(a) They have taken on the appearance of the invaders.
(b) They have all been located together on one continent.
(c) They all look identical.
(d) They have been scattered to all the continents of Earth.
12. What does Karellen state was the reason for his occupation of Earth?
(a) To keep humans from destroying themselves.
(b) To unite all the nations of the Earth under a one-world government.
(c) To stop the advancements in science that would have potentially destroyed Earth.
(d) To keep humans fron destroying the Earth.
13. What is Jennifer Greggson able to do as she begins to show evidences of change in Chapter 18?
(b) Speak in the same language as the invaders.
(c) Read her parents' minds.
(d) Shake a rattle without touching it.
14. What do the aliens do while the children develop their powers?
(a) Tutor the children.
(b) Select the less-intelligent children for extermination.
(c) Observe from space.
(d) Mingle with the children.
15. What does the device Karellen employs in the pressroom do?
(a) It causes those attending the press conference to accept everything they hear from Karellen.
(b) It discerns the thoughts of all those attending the press conference.
(c) It gives those attending the press conference the ability to see the future.
(d) It turns the pressroom into a makeshift planetarium
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Jan Rodricks observe that he also saw on the aliens' home planet?
2. What does Vindarten do with Jan Rodricks?
3. What happens to the Earth?
4. What is Jean Morrel shocked to find in her new home?
5. Why do the invaders need to watch George Greggson's and Jean Morrel's children?
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