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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What fills Jonathan's eyes when he tells the Elder Gull he wants to conquer another unknown?
(b) A haze
(c) A strange glow
2. Where does Jonathan want to go, after his Elder has vanished and he continues his lessons in love?
(a) Nowhere. He's content.
(c) With the Elders
3. Jonathan's voice tells Fletcher he must _____ them in order they may understand.
4. What is the actual speed that Jonathan reaches when he is trying to reach his new goal?
5. If you learn nothing, Jonathan finds out, the next world is ________.
6. What does Jonathan feel he was born to do?
(a) Become an expert flyer
(b) Travel the world
(c) Instruct other gulls
(d) Love others
7. Only on occasion does Jonathan remember using wings in the fight for _________.
8. Who is skeptical of Jonathan's ideas and plans for his future?
(d) The Elder Gull
9. The Elder Gulls says that ________ is not a place or a time but means being perfect.
10. The Elder Gull tells Jonathan that the key is knowing that one has already _________ when it comes to the way he moves from place to place.
11. What does the Elder Gull tell Jonathan to forget about as he is learning to transport himself?
12. Those who put aside travel for perfection go anywhere ______.
13. What is the Elder Gull said to soon be moving beyond?
(a) The sound barrier
(b) This world
(c) The simple techniques
(d) The speed of light
14. What does the Elder Gull tell Jonathan to keep working on right before the Elder Gull vanishes?
15. Most gulls scorn _________ and slowly go nowhere.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Jonathan think he is at the beginning of this part of the book?
2. What is the goal Jonathan sets for himself in relation to speed and performance?
3. What do these new birds practice every day, much to the delight of Johnathan?
4. What does the answer to #112 want to become in order to make the Flock sorry for saying the things they have?
5. When the other gulls look at Jonathan in awe, what does he proclaim himself to be, needing to learn from them instead?
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