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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 is Pippin's relation to Frodo, according to the story?
2. The Elves do not know the exact reason Frodo is leaving ___________.
(a) The Shire
(b) His food untouched
(c) The other Hobbits
3. Sam advises Frodo not to take any aid from Strider because he comes from the __________.
4. What is the name of the Inn where the Hobbits decide to stay, even though Wanderers may be there?
(a) Prancing Pony
(b) Dancing Bull
5. Tom's wife sees Frodo as an _________ friend by the light in his eyes and the gladness in his voice.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is rumored to have had many adventures with strange groups of people, even Dwarves and Elves?
2. Which of the Hobbits decides to go outside for some air while the others stay in the common room?
3. Tom tells the Hobbits that the heart of Old Man Willow is _____________.
4. Gandalf reminds Frodo he must not use ________ for any reason.
5. What is the name of Tom's wife, the woman who is sitting in a large chair when the Hobbits arrive?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why do the other Hobbits think Frodo is strange and as odd after Bilbo leaves the Shire?
2. Who is in Frodo's house when they arrive during the night?
3. What does Butterbur give to the Hobbits when they are at the Inn?
4. What does Frodo dream about during his first night's sleep at Crickhollow?
5. What does Tom reply when Frodo asks him how he heard their cries for help?
6. What has Gandalf found out about the ring Bilbo had, and which Gandalf had persuaded Bilbo to leave with Frodo?
7. What does Goldberry say to the Hobbits as they are leaving Tom's house?
8. Describe the wife of Tom Bombadil, Goldberry. What does she look like and by what is she surrounded?
9. What does Sam tell Frodo about trusting the stranger, Strider?
10. What is Gildor's reaction to the fact that Gandalf has not arrived as promised yet?
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