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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What does the wild boar behind the stables do in Chapter 3?
(a) Grunts and coughs.
(b) Squeals.
(c) Nothing.
(d) Escapes his pen.

2. What does the Duke advise the King to do with the Moroccan horses?
(a) Assign them to transport goods for the army.
(b) Send them to the circus.
(c) Sell them to the King of Spain.
(d) Send all but one back to Morocco.

3. Which country does Sir Barton represent?
(a) England.
(b) Canada.
(c) Morocco.
(d) America.

4. Why is Agba afraid to appear before the Sultan?
(a) The Sultan might have sold him.
(b) He cannot find the mare.
(c) He is afraid he will die.
(d) He knows he is guilty.

5. In Chapter 4, what does Agba look for outside the palace walls?
(a) Water.
(b) A goat.
(c) A camel.
(d) A nursing mare.

6. Who leads the procession to the city limits in Chapter 9?
(a) Agba.
(b) The Sultan.
(c) Signor Achmet.
(d) Sham.

7. Why does Agba measure Sham in Chapter 8?
(a) To compare him to other horses in the Sultan's stable.
(b) For a new saddle.
(c) For a new blanket.
(d) To make sure his new stall is large enough.

8. Who gives the Sultan's horses amulets?
(a) The Sultan.
(b) The Sultan's first wife.
(c) Signor Achmet.
(d) Agba.

9. Why doesn't Agba immediately tell anyone about the foal's birth?
(a) He is too tired to get up.
(b) He enjoys watching the new foal and his favorite mare.
(c) The foal is only one of a thousand born that year.
(d) He is afriad the foal is dying.

10. What is Sham fitted for in Chapter 8?
(a) A new blanket.
(b) A new saddle.
(c) Horseshoes.
(d) A new bridle.

11. Why does the Sultan want Signor Achmet to select six horses and six horse boys?
(a) To send as a gift to the new King of France.
(b) To test his new saber.
(c) To sell.
(d) To race.

12. Whom does Sham seek for comfort?
(a) Signor Achmet.
(b) The wild boar.
(c) Agba.
(d) The mare.

13. Why does Agba worry about Sham in Chapter 6?
(a) Sham is constantly escaping his stall.
(b) Agba fears the Sultan will destroy Sham.
(c) Sham is missing.
(d) Agba fears no one will care for Sham if he is executed.

14. In Chapter 3, what does Agba see when he awakens?
(a) Signor Achmet.
(b) The new moon.
(c) Stars.
(d) The mare and her new foal.

15. What information does the scribe include in the Sultan's letter?
(a) The stable boys are to return to Morocco when their horses die.
(b) The horses are to return to Morocco after 20 years.
(c) The price of the horses and their boys is not negotiable.
(d) The Sultan will wage war on anyone who steals a horse.

Short Answer Questions

1. What is desirable about Sham's neck?

2. What aspect of the foal does Agba point out to Signor Achmet?

3. How many horses does the Sultan own?

4. How do the other colts in the stables treat Sham?

5. Who tells Agba that the mare is made of wind?

(see the answer keys)

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