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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 did the Lion chase Bree and Hwin on the night they met?
(a) It was very hungry
(b) To force them together
(c) To keep them from danger
(d) To keep them separate
2. What does Aslan do when Shasta kneels?
(a) He lies down in front of Shasta.
(b) He places his paw on Shasta's shoulder.
(c) He touches his tongue to Shasta's forehead.
(d) He nudges Shasta with his huge head.
3. On the way to the castle, Bree
(a) Takes one final roll on the grass
(b) Rears on his hind legs and neighs
(c) Nudges Shasta in the back with his nose
(d) Suddenly bolts and runs south
4. What do the Calormen soldiers do when they see the Narnians?
(a) Continue battering the gate
(b) Jump on their warhorses
(c) Run away immediately
(d) Fire arrows at the army
5. Who carries Shasta's message to Cair Paravel?
(a) Cleareye the Eagle
(b) Chervy the Stag
(c) Marvin the Magpie
(d) Duffle the Dwarf
Short Answer Questions
1. What frightens Shasta about the stranger beside him?
2. How does the Tisroc react to this plan by Prince Rabadash?
3. Whose point of view does the author use to describe the battle?
4. What does Shasta do when they are being chased?
5. What happens to Thornbut's armor?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is the Tisroc reluctant to send his army to Narnia?
2. What did the Lion do for Shasta when he was a baby?
3. What does Shasta tell King Edmund?
4. What do the companions realize when they see Prince Rabadash's army behind them?
5. How long did it take for the companions to journey from the Tombs to the valley?
6. What decision does Shasta make after the Calormene army passes him?
7. Why is Bree so sure that Prince Rabadash hasn't left for Archenland yet?
8. Why did Aslan injure Aravis?
9. Why doesn't Shasta yell at Bree to gallop faster?
10. How does King Lune react to Shasta's news about Prince Rabadash's army?
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