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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. Which character once attempted to kill Christopher?
(c) Kira's father.
2. Who walks through a storm to visit Kira?
(c) Matt and Branch.
3. What valuable skill does Kira believe Matt possesses?
(a) The ability to prophesy.
(b) The ability to grow blue flowers.
(c) The ability to make people laugh.
(d) The ability to make blue dye.
4. According to Matt's brother, where has Matt gone?
(a) To find a gift of blue for Kira.
(b) To find Kira's father.
(c) On the great hunt.
(d) Over yonder to the next village.
5. What comment does Jo have in Chapter 16 about the songs she sings?
(a) She doesn't learn songs, she just "knows" them.
(b) She does not enjoy singing the songs the Guardians teach her.
(c) She loves to sing for Jamison.
(d) Her songs are sung to her by a bluebird.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does the Singer and the crowd end the Ruin song?
2. What does Jamison expect Kira to tell everyone with her needle and thread?
3. Who does Kira speak to through a door keyhole?
4. What does Thomas finish in Chapter 18?
5. What does Kira give Jo as she tucks her into bed in Chapter 16?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Thomas claim to have heard in Chapter 12 and how do the children react to his claim?
2. How does Kira spend her rainy day in Chapter 12?
3. Describe Kira and Thomas' visit to Jo in Chapter 16.
4. Why is Kira's father still alive?
5. Describe what is known about the character Jo by the end of Chapter 13.
6. How are Kira, Thomas, and Jo treated during the Gathering ceremony?
7. Why does Kira cry after returning from Jo's room at the end of Chapter 16?
8. What is Kira to do on the blank section of the Singer's robe, and how does she react to her new task?
9. How do the villagers and Matt's family react to his absence?
10. What does Kira find suspicious about Jo's situation, and why?
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