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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 does Shasta imagine the Narnians are thinking about him?
(a) That he was a spy and a traitor
(b) That they've forgotten all about him
(c) That he would have made a good slave
(d) That they should have taken him with them
2. What does Mr. Tumnus think has happened to Shasta?
(a) That he ate too many sweets and got ill
(b) That he's become dazed from the sun
(c) That he was hit on the head by something
(d) That he's been drinking too much wine
3. Of the four companions, which two seem to get along the best?
(a) Bree and Aravis
(b) Hwin and Bree
(c) Aravis and Shasta
(d) Shasta and Hwin
4. What frightens Bree the most?
(a) Having to swim across the river
(b) The sound of a lion roaring
(c) The sight of a Calormene guard
(d) That Shasta might be killed
5. What is the most likely meaning for the phrase "the sun appeared dark in her eyes?"
(a) She was unhappy.
(b) She wanted to go inside.
(c) She was going blind.
(d) She was very tired.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Bree stop the other horse?
2. How do the Narnians plan to escape?
3. Who is really leading the companions through the city?
4. How did Bree end up as a warhorse?
5. What happens to Aravis after Shasta disappears?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Shasta recognize Mount Pire among all the other mountains?
2. Describe the difference between the Narnians and the high class Calormene lords and ladies in the street.
3. Why doesn't Queen Susan want to marry Prince Rabadash any longer?
4. Why did Prince Corin disappear the day before?
5. What does Shasta think may have happened to the others when they aren't at the tomb?
6. Why does Bree get worried about his habit of rolling in the grass?
7. Why does Bree need Shasta's help?
8. Why is Shasta relieved to learn it?
9. How do the horses finally get away from the lions?
10. What does Shasta agree to do with Bree?
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