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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. How does Jadis get dragged from her world to the Wood?
(a) She is holding Digory's hand.
(b) She is holding onto Polly's hair.
(c) She is holding onto Polly's hand.
(d) She uses her magic powers to follow the children.
2. What does Digory do before picking up the ring?
(a) He punches Uncle Andrew in the head.
(b) He says a prayer.
(c) He ties his shoelaces.
(d) He buttons up his coat and takes a deep breath.
3. What does Aunt Letty fall onto?
(a) The matress she had been mending.
(b) Bare boards.
(c) The carpet in the sitting room.
(d) The drawing room sofa.
4. Where was Mrs Lefay shut up?
(a) In an attic
(b) In a nunnery
(c) In prison
(d) In an asylum
5. What emotion does the Queen show when she realizes the palace is breaking up?
(a) She is afraid.
(b) She thinks it is funny.
(c) She is furious.
(d) None - she is completely calm.
Short Answer Questions
1. When does Polly let go of Digory's hand?
2. Where did Jadis learn the Deplorable Word?
3. How do the children mark the pool leading back into our world?
4. What is the name of the housemaid?
5. What made Uncle Andrew's hair turn gray?
Short Essay Questions
1. What possibilities do the children suggest to explain the mysterious yell heard one night by Digory?
2. What do the children quarrel about?
3. Name three ways that Polly's attitude differs from Digory's in this chapter.
4. What is unusual about the ruins they find themselves in?
5. What is ironic about the chief policeman's question to Uncle Andrew?
6. Why is Digory crying when Polly first meets him?
7. Why does Digory wish he was older (or bigger)?
8. From the expressions on the faces of the images, what can be deduced about the history of the place they have found themselves in?
9. What does Digory plan to do with his magic rings?
10. How do the rings actually work for traveling from world to world?
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