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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When is this book set?
(a) The mid 1800s.
(b) The mid 1200s.
(c) The mid 800s.
(d) The mid 1100s.
2. What are the people of the Lady of the Forest called?
(a) The Fair Folk.
(b) The Fatherless Folk.
(c) The Forest Folk.
(d) The Fairy Folk.
3. Who comes up with a plan to help Sorcha when something of hers is destroyed by her new mother?
4. Who buries Linn?
5. For whom has the altar that Sorcha finds been built?
(a) The Fair Folk.
(b) The Dark Lords.
(c) The Trinity.
(d) The Celtic Gods.
6. Who has Father Brien been caring for?
(a) Eilis's mother.
(c) The prisoner.
7. How does Sorcha's new mother respond when she sees Sorcha and her brothers conducting a ceremony?
(a) She cries.
(b) She laughs.
(c) She becomes angry.
(d) She faints.
8. What bad news does Liam get about Eilis?
(a) She has died.
(b) She is engaged to someone else.
(c) She is married.
(d) She weeps for him every night.
9. What is the name of Colum's homeland?
10. How do Sorcha's brothers feel around the woman their father plans to marry?
11. What is the name of the prisoner?
12. What do Diarmid and Liam do for Sorcha to make her life easier?
(a) Gather starwort.
(b) Heal her hands.
(c) Cut wood.
(d) Gather food.
13. Where is Sorcha when she sees her brothers for the first time since the spell?
(a) Near the village.
(b) In her cave.
(c) By the ocean.
(d) By the river.
14. What swells when Sorcha comes in contact with starwart?
(a) Her foot.
(b) Her hand.
(c) Her face.
(d) Her neck.
15. How many older siblings does Sorcha have?
Short Answer Questions
1. What season is it when Sorcha first lives alone in the forest?
2. What kind of pursuits is Sorcha told to study around her new mother?
3. Who tells Sorcha where to stay while in the forest?
4. Who disappears shortly after Colum introduces the woman he plans to marry?
5. About what is the prisoner angry?
This section contains 369 words
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