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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does the Shepherd compare the flowers to the human soul?
(a) The most wonderful of all may never be seen by another person.
(b) Everyone loves to see the most beautiful.
(c) Human's must be careful not to be crushed like the flowers.
(d) The King of Love reveres that which stands out the most.
2. Why was Pride chosen for his designated task in the chapter, "Encounters with Pride"?
(a) The Shepherd liked him.
(b) He was too proud to admit defeat and wouldn't give up.
(c) He was quick and would kidnap her.
(d) He was handsome and could woo Much-Afraid.
3. What was the song Much-Afraid read after awakening during the night?
(a) The song of a shepherdess who failed to respond to the call of love.
(b) A children's story about sheep.
(c) The story of a woman who lost her love forever.
(d) A poem about Shepherds.
4. What happens when Much-Afraid begins to have doubts about the journey to the High Places?
(a) Tears began to prick in her eyes.
(b) The thorn pricked her heart.
(c) She said she would trust the Shepherd and do as He wants.
(d) All the answers are correct.
5. Who raised the orphaned Much-Afraid?
(a) Miss Foreboding.
(b) Mrs. Dismal Forebodings.
(c) Mrs. Charles Fearling.
(d) The Chief Shepherd.
6. When Much-Afraid looked in her heart in Chapter 8, what did she see was happening to the seed the Shepherd had planted there?
(a) It was growing into a thorny bush.
(b) It was still there, unchanged.
(c) It was burning inside of her, causing pain.
(d) It had taken root and had leaves, plus a small spot she hoped was a bud.
7. When Much-Afraid called out to the Shepherd, what did He do to the four attackers?
(a) He threw them all down into the water.
(b) He imprisoned them in the pyramids.
(c) He threw Pride down into the water and the other three ran away.
(d) He captured them and sent them back to the valley.
8. What made the Fearlings finally leave Much-Afraid's cottage?
(a) They were tired of picking on her.
(b) The threat they would be arrested.
(c) The threat that the Shepherd would be called.
(d) The fear they killed Much-Afraid.
9. What lived along the Shores of Loneliness?
(a) Sea gulls and pelicans.
(b) Snakes and crabs.
(c) Crabs and sea gulls.
10. What did the Shepherd tell Much-Afraid when they met at the edge of the woods?
(a) She was at the end of her journey.
(b) He was going to fly her up to the High Places.
(c) She had to turn around and head back to get to the High Places.
(d) It was time to go to the High Places.
11. What was named Bearing-the-Cost, that some called "Forgiveness?"
(a) Some moss.
(b) A blood-red flower.
(d) A golden flower.
12. What did Much-Afraid do to Self-Pity when he said the word "bruising"?
(a) She yelled at him to go away.
(b) She kicked him.
(c) She ran away from him, then tripped him when he tried to chase her.
(d) She picked up a small rock and threw it at him.
13. Although Much-Afraid agrees to go with the two strange women the Shepherd has chosen for her traveling companions, what won't she do?
(a) She won't talk to them.
(b) She won't hold their hands.
(c) She won't look at them.
(d) She won't walk beside them.
14. What did the four people from home do that frightened Much-Afraid on the Shores of Loneliness?
(a) They chased her and her companions.
(b) They hurled verbal insults and lies at her.
(c) They tried to push her over the cliff.
(d) They tried to kidnap her again.
15. In Chapter 8, when the path once again took a disappointing turn away from the mountain, who showed up to taunt Much-Afraid?
(a) Craven Fear.
(c) Sorrow and Suffering.
Short Answer Questions
1. How did Much-Afraid feel at the first sight of the majestic mountains?
2. What did Much-Afraid and her companions see in the desert?
3. What was Much-Afraid thinking about her companions as they walked through the hill country?
4. What does the Shepherd reply when Much-Afraid asks him to take her all the way to the High Place?
5. Where does Much-Afraid want to go?
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