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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Jonathan do for the first time since leaving Earth when he finally transports himself?
2. One must know that one has _______ everywhere at once across space and time, according to the Elder Gull.
(d) The right to be
3. Sullivan declares Jonathan has less fear of _____ than any gull in 10,000 years.
4. What does Jonathan want Fletcher to begin with as he takes him as a student?
(d) Level flight
5. The Elder Gulls says that ________ is not a place or a time but means being perfect.
6. What is the Elder Gull said to soon be moving beyond?
(a) The sound barrier
(b) The simple techniques
(c) This world
(d) The speed of light
7. What is the only thing the Elder Gull still thinks Jonathan needs to work on?
8. Jonathan tells Fletcher not to be harsh towards gulls that only ________ themselves.
(b) Want to be
(c) Pretend to be
9. What does the Elder Gull do to prove the answer to #87 is correct?
(c) Vanishes and reappears
10. What does Jonathan's instructor say about Johnathan? He is a one in a __________ birds.
11. What does Jonathan say when Sullivan says he will miss him? "Friendship transcends space and _______."
12. How far are the gulls on Earth from Heaven?
(a) 1750 miles
(b) 1000 miles
(c) 500 miles
(d) 10,000 miles
13. When the other gulls look at Jonathan in awe, what does he proclaim himself to be, needing to learn from them instead?
14. There is a saying Jonathan remembers - Gulls never ________ in heaven.
15. What does the Elder Gull tell Jonathan to keep working on right before the Elder Gull vanishes?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is the Elder Gull?
2. Where does Jonathan want to go, after his Elder has vanished and he continues his lessons in love?
3. Those who put aside travel for perfection go anywhere ______.
4. Most gulls scorn _________ and slowly go nowhere.
5. Who is the seagull that feels he has been too harshly and unjustly treated by the Flock?
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