Final Test - Easy
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This quiz consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The strings of Ersilia come in different colors. What do these colors represent?
2. In Esmeralda, people can choose to travel by:
(a) Flying ships or water vessels.
(b) Land or boat.
(c) Camel or horse.
(d) Foot or rickshaw.
3. The people of Baucis have:
(a) Everything they need in the clouds.
(b) A desire to share their knowledge with their neighbors.
(c) Incomparable courage and determination.
(d) Nothing left in their storage silos.
4. What does Polo say that Pyrrha represents for him?
(a) The picture of his childhood dreams.
(b) The ultimate in decadence.
(c) All the cities he's never seen.
(d) The perfect city.
5. How does Polo describe Moriana?
(a) A refuge for the gentle and brokenhearted.
(b) A confounding city filled with smoke and mirrors.
(c) A beautiful city of coral and villas like glass aquariums.
(d) A peaceful place with soft cushions and comfortable beds.
6. When Polo lands at the furthest city to which he's ever traveled, he arrives when?
(a) In the middle of the city's festival of light.
(b) At the start of the harvest.
(c) At the solstice.
(d) During the hour of the wholesale fish market.
7. What does Khan dream his lands are filled with?
(a) Gold, silver, and bronze.
(b) Promise and rich growth.
(c) Innovative architecture.
(d) The brightest, most beautiful people.
8. What do the people of Beersheba believe?
(a) Another Beersheba exists, suspended in the heavens.
(b) They are living in a dream.
(c) They are descended from ancient gods.
(d) Their emperor favors Beersheba above all other cities.
9. In Trude, only the name of what changes?
(a) Its hospital.
(b) Its airport.
(c) Its man-made mountain.
(d) Its lake.
10. Each person in Melania is what?
(a) Expected to understand existence.
(b) Tested at the age of five.
(c) Regarded as both mother and father to everyone else.
(d) Born into a role.
11. The form of the city of Eudoxia is preserved in a carpet. When someone who is lost stares at this carpet, what happens?
(a) A guide appears to lead the lost sojourner home.
(b) One enters a state of deep sleep.
(c) The carpet reveals the exact street on which one stands.
(d) One becomes hopelessly lost.
12. In Argia, what are the streets filled with?
13. Which of the following is not true about the city of Beersheba?
(a) Residents highly regard the Beersheba that exists below.
(b) The most talented architects built the underground version of Beersheba.
(c) Its people honor everything that represents Beersheba's heavenly counterpart.
(d) There are two projections of Beersheba.
14. What types of objects are found in Clarice's museums?
(a) Random artifacts, such as baskets and urns.
(b) Paintings of everything that has ever existed in the city.
(c) Nothing--the museums are empty.
(d) Only things of unsurpassed beauty.
15. Polo tells Khan that it is possible the whole world is covered with what?
(a) Illusions and dreams.
(b) Gold and dust.
(c) Wastelands and gardens.
(d) Hope and despair.
Short Answer Questions
1. If someone wants to see the blueprint for the city of Thekla, what will he be told?
2. What does Polo describe Eusapia as?
3. When a traveler arrives at Phyllis, what does he decide to do?
4. Most inhabitants of Eudoxia believe that the pattern of its carpet is:
5. Why does Khan question Polo's motives for travel?
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