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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 does the Elder Gull tell Jonathan to forget about as he is learning to transport himself?
2. At first, Jonathan can not transport himself more than a ________ width at a time.
3. What do these new birds practice every day, much to the delight of Johnathan?
(a) Becoming like falcons
(b) Diving to the sea
4. If you learn nothing, Jonathan finds out, the next world is ________.
5. Jonathan will begin to touch heaven when he touches perfect _________ beyond any limit
Short Answer Questions
1. One must stop seeing oneself as trapped in a _________, according to the Elder Gull.
2. There is a saying Jonathan remembers - Gulls never ________ in heaven.
3. The Elder Gulls says that ________ is not a place or a time but means being perfect.
4. Where does Jonathan want to go, after his Elder has vanished and he continues his lessons in love?
5. What does Jonathan do for the first time since leaving Earth when he finally transports himself?
Short Essay Questions
1. When does Jonathan make the first sound since leaving Earth?
2. What is the best speed Jonathan can reach in this new and delightful setting in the story?
3. Describe what happens when Chiang passes to the other world, or transfigures, as many might call it.
4. What does Jonathan believe Heaven should do in terms of limits?
5. What does Jonathan notice about the other gulls, but he falls asleep before he can try out this technique?
6. What are people saying about the Elder Gull, Chiang, as he is introduced in the story?
7. Where does Jonathan believe he is in this section of the book?
8. What does Sullivan declare about Jonathan in relation to his approach to learning?
9. What does Chiang tell Jonathan to forget about as he attempts to learn how to transport himself?
10. Who is Jonathan's initial instructor when he arrives in this strange land?
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