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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 do the children smell when Fledge lands for the night?
(a) Woodsmoke and wildflowers
(b) Fresh fruit and dry grass
(c) Earth, grass and flowers
(d) Pine trees and mushrooms
2. What do Digory and Polly see to the south from the air?
(a) Jagged mountains
(c) The sea
3. What begins to grow on the higher slopes of the distant mountains?
(b) Fir trees
4. Why do the animals decide to plant Uncle Andrew the right way up?
(a) His trousers were wetter, so they must be the roots.
(b) His hair is the wrong color for roots to be.
(c) They wanted to be on the safe side just in case he turned out to be an animal.
(d) His trousers are muddier so they must be the roots.
5. What distinctive piece of clothing does the Cabby wear?
(a) A Norfolk suit
(b) A frock coat
(c) A top hat
(d) A bowler hat
Short Answer Questions
1. Which of the following animals or creatures is not summoned to the council by Aslan?
2. What does Uncle Andrew say that raises Digory's hopes and makes him very excited?
3. Which of the following does the writing on the gate not warn against?
4. How many policemen does Jadis knock out using the bar from the lamp-post?
5. What sort of tree suddenly springs up close to Digory?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the Cabby think has happened?
2. What disturbs Fledge and the children at night?
3. Where do the dwarfs obtain the materials to make the crowns from?
4. Why does Aslan call the Cabby's wife into Narnia?
5. Which animals and creatures does Aslan call apart and why?
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. What does Strawberry the horse remember about his old life in London?
8. What does the author suggest that Polly did at the river?
9. What things are prohibited in the garden?
10. Explain the first joke in your own words.
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