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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. Why do the animals chase Uncle Andrew?
(a) They want to take him to Aslan.
(b) They are curious as to what he is.
(c) They are hungry and want to eat him.
(d) They are teasing him because they think he is funny.
2. Who asks Aslan if Polly can go with Digory?
(d) The Cabby
3. What did the animals decide to call Uncle Andrew and why?
(a) They called him Neevil, because that is what they thought Aslan had called him.
(b) They called him Brandy because this is what he smelt like.
(c) They called him Brainless because he seemed so stupid.
(d) They called him Brandy because he made that noise so often.
4. Which of the following do the animals not try to feed Uncle Andrew with?
5. In which direction is the Lion walking as it sings?
Short Answer Questions
1. Which of the following flowers are not growing close to where they are standing?
2. Which of the following does not happen when the Lion gives the animals the gift of speech and reason?
3. What is the first event the travelers notice in the darkness?
4. Which of the following is one difference between the stars Digory is used to seeing in our world and the stars in this new world?
5. Which of the following does Digory not see when he realizes the Witch has eaten an apple?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the Lion do that Digory does not expect?
2. What happens to the iron bar the Witch tore off the lamp-post?
3. Why does Aslan call the Cabby's wife into Narnia?
4. Why does Uncle Andrew try to steal Digory's green ring?
5. Where do the dwarfs obtain the materials to make the crowns from?
6. What effect does arriving in the Wood Between the Worlds have on the characters?
7. Why does Digory want to talk to the Lion?
8. What does the Cabby think has happened?
9. What are Pollly and Digory concerned about?
10. Why do the animals not know what Uncle Andrew is?
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