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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 plan does Shasta finally come up with?
(a) To steal some melons and go on without the others
(b) To go back and try to find the Narnians before they leave
(c) To go back into the city and look for the others
(d) To buy another horse to carry him North
2. What does Shasta fear when he sees the horses being led by a strange man?
(a) That Aravis was captured
(b) That Aravis has betrayed him
(c) That Aravis is on her way
(d) That Bree gave the plan away
3. Who does Shasta find when he reaches the tombs?
(b) Prince Corin
(c) No one
(d) Bree and Hwin
4. Why do the wild animals run away?
(a) Shasta throws stones at them.
(b) The cat scratches them.
(c) A lion roars at them.
(d) Shasta lights a fire.
5. What didn't Shasta learn about riding from Bree
(a) How to trot, canter, and gallop
(b) How to use the reins
(c) How to mount a horse
(d) How to grip with his knees
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Bree's assessment of Shasta as a rider?
2. What does King Edmund ask Queen Susan?
3. How did Bree end up as a warhorse?
4. Who is really leading the companions through the city?
5. What does Mr. Tumnus think has happened to Shasta?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is the Tisroc reluctant to send his army to Narnia?
2. Why is Bree so sure that Prince Rabadash hasn't left for Archenland yet?
3. What does the Tisroc say he'll do if the Prince's plan fails?
4. How does the Prince Rabadash plan to gain Queen Susan's hand in marriage?
5. Why does Bree need Shasta's help?
6. How do the companions plan to get through Tashbaan?
7. How does Shasta recognize Mount Pire among all the other mountains?
8. Why do Aravis and Lasaraleen have so much difficulty understanding each other?
9. Why does Shasta get jealous of Aravis?
10. What is the advantage to the Tisroc if Prince Rabadash's plan succeeds?
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