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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 is Jonathan beginning during his fast dive when he loses control?
(a) His aerobatic
(b) His pullout
(c) His turn
(d) His descent
2. The voice tells Jonathan he does not have ________ for brains.
3. What does Jonathan learn to do which allows him to cover 100 miles overnight?
(a) Sleep in the air
(c) Low flying
(d) Go faster
4. What is the gull speed record that Jonathan sets as he makes that adjustment from #13?
5. What does NOT shorten gulls' lives, as Johnathan learns?
Short Answer Questions
1. __________ is power, joy, and pure beauty.
2. How many times does Jonathan try this dive in question #10?
3. Jonathan's recent triumphs make him feel as though a new _____ is starting for him.
4. How far up in the sky is Jonathan at first when he is practicing his flying?
5. Jonathan believes he has discovered the _______ for their lives.
Short Essay Questions
1. Who is the seagull that practices flying slowly, far apart from the others as they are searching for food and eating?
2. Why doesn't Jonathan feel guilty about breaking the promise to the voice in his head?
3. What does the strange voice in Jonathan's head tell him about his flying, at first?
4. At what height does Jonathan attempt to dive from the morning after his accident and realization?
5. As Jonathan begins his pull out during his record-setting speed, what happens?
6. What does Jonathan's mother ask him to do when she sees him flying all by himself all the time?
7. What happens to Jonathan every time he tries to turn a full power dive into a vertical dive?
8. What does Jonathan do that no other seagull on Earth has done, making him the first?
9. What does Jonathan think the solution might be to his problem in #6?
10. What do Jonathan's parents think about his behavior when the other seagulls are eating?
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