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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. When do the speakers say this, in regards to the answer to number 14?
(a) At the same time.
(b) Only one at a time with space in between.
(c) Very slowly at the same time.
(d) One right after the other.
2. What factual information does "Book Lice" give about lice?
(a) Information regarding their birth and life in the bindings of books.
(b) Information regarding their favorite books.
(c) Information about how they compromise for the sake of their love.
(d) information about how they meet other lice.
3. This speaking imitates ___________.
(a) The movements of one grasshopper.
(b) The movements of the young grasshoppers.
(c) The movements of the old grasshoppers.
(d) The movements of the grasshoppers.
4. Each poem is about a ___________ of insects.
5. How do the book lice meet?
(a) They are roommates.
(c) They met online.
(d) They are introduced to each other by their parents.
Short Answer Questions
1. How do the mayflies see their youth?
2. "Grasshoppers" describes the grasshoppers' _______________ movements and energy.
3. The descriptive words and the use of ____________________ reflects the moths' intense feelings.
4. Whom do the water striders try to teach to walk on water?
5. It is interesting to see from the mayfly's perspective regarding what?
Short Essay Questions
1. How are mayflies and fireflies similar?
2. How does a mayfly's life compare to our own?
3. How do "Whirligig Beetles" and "Requiem" compare?
4. What is the purpose of "Book Lice?"
5. Why might the digger wasp die before its young are born?
6. Describe "Chrysalis Diary."
7. What are the moods of this poem? Why do they differ?
8. Compare the different types of honeybees.
9. What is "Joyful Noise?" Why might the poet find this joyful?
10. To what does the poet compare fireflies? Is this a good comparison? Why or why not?
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