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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. Which facial feature does the Elephant not recognize Uncle Andrew as having?
(c) A nose
(d) A chin
2. From what did the lamp post grow?
(a) A piece of scrap metal dropped by Uncle Andrew
(b) We are not told
(c) The iron bar Jadis threw at the Lion
(d) It sprang from the ground in response to the Lion's song.
3. Which of the following characters does not get dragged into the Wood Between the Worlds?
(a) The Cabby
(b) A policeman
(c) The Witch
(d) Uncle Andrew
4. Of what things from our world does Strawberry have fond memories?
(a) Oats and sugar
(b) Bran mash and grass
(c) London and bran mash
(d) Grass and sugar
5. Which of the following do the animals not try to feed Uncle Andrew with?
Short Answer Questions
1. What actions had made Uncle Andrew hate and fear animals even more than in the past?
2. Who is the first to wake up in the morning?
3. What is the name of the land to the south of Narnia?
4. What is the first thing that Digory does in the morning?
5. What happens to the Cabby's voice as he speaks with Aslan?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Strawberry the horse remember about his old life in London?
2. What does the Cabby think has happened?
3. What is the first clue that the travelers are nearing the orchard where Digory has to pick the apple?
4. How does the song affect the characters?
5. Why does Digory want to talk to the Lion?
6. What arguments does the Witch use to try to persuade Digory to eat the apple himself or take it home to his mother? Give at least two for each.
7. Why does Aslan call the Cabby's wife into Narnia?
8. In what way is the treatment of Uncle Andrew an example of poetic justice?
9. What effect does arriving in the Wood Between the Worlds have on the characters?
10. Why does Uncle Andrew try to steal Digory's green ring?
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