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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. Why is it difficult to get a ticket for the buses leaving the depot?
(a) Tickets are very inexpensive so there is very high demand.
(b) Tickets only go on sale for five minutes at a time.
(c) The buses only take people of a certain age.
(d) There are not enough buses for all the people.
2. What is the other name for the Parliament of Gup?
3. Why is Prince Bolo comical?
(a) Because he speaks in a high pitched voice.
(b) Because he is very dramatic when he speaks.
(c) Because he dances when he speaks.
(d) Because he has a very very deep voice.
4. Why do Haroun and Rashid switch rooms while on the houseboat?
(a) Because they like the decor of the room that is not theirs.
(b) Because they are scared.
(c) Because they can't sleep.
(d) Because they want to trick Buttoo.
5. How do the bus drivers tease the passengers wanting to get on the buses?
(a) They turn on and off their engines.
(b) They walk around pretending to chat with people.
(c) They drive very slowly around the depot.
(d) They open their doors and then shut them.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is a Hoopoe?
2. What is Blabbermouth's secret?
3. How long does Haroun's attention span last for?
4. What do the factories around Haroun's home town produce?
5. What color is Iff's hair?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Blabbermouth think of Mudra?
2. Why does Buttoo hire Rashid to speak on stage?
3. What is a Hoopoe?
4. Why does Rashid tell Buttoo's audience the story of "Haroun and the Sea of Stories"?
5. Why do the members of the Gup army look like angels going into battle?
6. Where did the Walrus get his name from?
7. Why does Haroun dislike long goodbyes?
8. Why does Soraya choose to leave her family?
9. Why are Guppees unsure of what to do with spies?
10. What happens when Haroun puts Butt the Hoopoe's mechanical brain back in Butt's head?
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