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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 the magic ring's first power?
(a) It makes you invisible.
(b) It prevents you from falling in love.
(c) It attracts money.
(d) It saves you from danger.
2. What does the Bacterium tell the Virus to do at the start of "Symbiosis"?
(b) Come inside.
(c) Jump up and down.
(d) Have a drink.
3. How are Jean and Jane different?
(b) Shoe size.
(d) Hair color.
4. What are the men in "Tradition" concerned about?
(a) How justice is delivered.
(b) Their teachings are misinterpreted.
(c) The senate.
(d) The O-zone layer.
5. How do the dominoes try to avoid the panic?
(a) They try to figure out a way to stop the chain reaction.
(b) They fall down and play dead.
(c) The cover their dots with glue.
(d) They run away.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the man do in "The Lesson" while he beats the woman?
2. What is the purpose of the document Moses goes to sign in "Tradition"?
3. What do the men in "tradition" argue about?
4. What happens when the Scavenger Fish quits her job?
5. What is the moral of "Panic"?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is the shipwrecked man uncomfortable on the island in "Attachment" ?
2. What does the line "something might evolve" at the end of "Symbiosis" mean?
3. What is the relationship between Bacterium and Virus in "Symbiosis"?
4. What is the purpose of the screen in "Narcissus" and why does it fail?
5. What document does Moses sign at the end of "Tradition" and how does he change it?
6. What does Jean learn about Jane in "Jean and Jane" and what is significant about it?
7. Why is the flower in the story "The Wallflower" constantly worried about her looks?
8. What are the powers of the ring in the story "The Magic Ring"?
9. Why are the historical figures in "Tradition" worried?
10. How does perfection lead to Ms. Muffet's death in "Caught in Her Own Web"?
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