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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 is the first event the travelers notice in the darkness?
(a) A golden lion appears in front of them.
(b) A song begins.
(c) Hundreds of stars suddenlly appear.
(d) A line of white light appears on the horizon.
2. What is the first thing that the Witch tempts Digory to do?
(a) Give her the apple
(b) Throw the apple away
(c) Take the apple home for his mother
(d) Eat the apple and live forever
3. What does Uncle Andrew say that raises Digory's hopes and makes him very excited?
(a) The Land of Youth.
(b) A dem fine woman.
(c) The boy's gone mad.
(d) I never dreamt of Magic like this.
4. Which animal first tries talking to Uncle Andrew?
(a) The Elephant
(b) The Horse
(c) The Bulldog
(d) The Jackdaw
5. What do the children smell when Fledge lands for the night?
(a) Earth, grass and flowers
(b) Fresh fruit and dry grass
(c) Pine trees and mushrooms
(d) Woodsmoke and wildflowers
Short Answer Questions
1. What is it about the Tree of Protection that will keep the Witch away?
2. In which direction is the Lion walking as it sings?
3. Which of the following characters does not get dragged into the Wood Between the Worlds?
4. Where is the Witch living now?
5. What does the Cabby think has happened to them?
Short Essay Questions
1. What are Pollly and Digory concerned about?
2. What is the first clue that the travelers are nearing the orchard where Digory has to pick the apple?
3. Why does Aslan call the Cabby's wife into Narnia?
4. How does the song affect the characters?
5. What arguments are put forward by the animals regarding which way up Uncle Andrew ought to be planted?
6. Why do the animals not know what Uncle Andrew is?
7. Why is Uncle Andrew so frightened?
8. Why does Digory suggest that Polly use her ring to go home?
9. What does Digory have to do and why?
10. What happens to the iron bar the Witch tore off the lamp-post?
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