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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 did Ivan incapacitate within the bear?
(a) His arm.
(b) His eye.
(c) His head.
(d) His leg.
2. What did children recognize before adults?
(b) All of these.
(c) Freedom and liberty.
3. What did Ivan's father suggest that he return to Russia for?
(a) To do his research for his dissertation.
(b) To find his path in his motherland.
(c) To marry a Russian woman.
(d) To regain his honor and dignity as a Russian citizen.
4. What did the merchant beg for?
(a) To be allowed to go home.
(b) Yaga to let him keep the other of his eyes.
(c) To be spared his life.
(d) All of these.
5. What had been the burden on Ivan's shoulders?
(a) Fulfilling his parents expectations of him.
(b) Neither of these.
(c) Coming to America.
(d) Both of these.
Short Answer Questions
1. What was the moral of the story of the Sky, the Rat and the Well?
2. What discussions were abounding in the cafes?
3. What was valued in Ivan's time that wasn't in Katerina's?
4. As a result of their argument, what did Katerina resolve?
5. What does Ivan's mother pretend to do?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is Nadya hesitant to show the Princess' hoose to her son and Father Lukas?
2. Why doesn't Esther take pupils and teach them what she knows, practice her witchcraft openly?
3. For what reasons did Ivan resent Princess Katerina?
4. What happened to Esther when Ivan rescued the princess Katerina?
5. What information does Bear give to Katerina to help her?
6. What did the Princess think of Ivan?
7. What prompts Ivan to get the message?
8. What happened when Ivan attempted to eat the chicken that Ruth brought, and what happened as a result?
9. Why is it an issue to call out Katerina's name and why must Ivan do so?
10. What was the difference in the way cousin Marek and Ivan had gained their muscles and toned bodies?
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