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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 of the following does the writing on the gate not warn against?
(a) Stealing the fruit
(b) Closing the gates
(c) Climbing the wall
(d) Taking the fruit for yourself
2. Who tells Aslan that the Witch has eaten an apple already?
(d) Uncle Andrew
3. Who is the first to wake up in the morning?
(a) They all wake at the same time
4. Of what does Uncle Andrew smell?
(a) Brandy and cigars
(b) Brandy and cigarettes.
(c) Pipe-smoke and whisky.
(d) Aftershave and lavender.
5. From where do Frank (the Cabby) and Helen get their royal robes?
(a) Aslan creates them by magic.
(b) We are not told.
(c) All the birds and animals give feathers, silk and wool as gifts, and these are used for making the robes.
(d) The naiads weave them.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where is the Witch living now?
2. Of what things from our world does Strawberry have fond memories?
3. What sort of tree suddenly springs up close to Digory?
4. What is the Witch's mistake when she is trying to tempt Digory to abandon his quest?
5. What does the Rabbit think that the humans are?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Aslan call the Cabby's wife into Narnia?
2. In what way is the treatment of Uncle Andrew an example of poetic justice?
3. Why does Digory suggest that Polly use her ring to go home?
4. What does the Cabby think has happened?
5. What signs show that some magic is being worked on the animals chosen by the Lion?
6. Why does Aslan transform Strawberry into a flying horse and re-name him?
7. 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.
8. What does Digory have to do and why?
9. What does the author suggest that Polly did at the river?
10. What will happen to the Witch now that she has eaten an apple?
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