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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 ring does Uncle Andrew try to steal from Digory?
(a) None - Uncle Andrew tries to steal Polly's rings.
(b) The yellow ring
(c) The green ring
(d) Both of his rings
2. In which direction is the Lion walking as it sings?
3. Of what things from our world does Strawberry have fond memories?
(a) Bran mash and grass
(b) London and bran mash
(c) Oats and sugar
(d) Grass and sugar
4. Had the Cabby ever fought before?
(a) Yes, but only with his fists.
(b) No - he is a bit of a soft person.
(c) No - he is a pacifist.
(d) Yes - he rode Strawberry's father in cavalry charges.
5. Which of the following does Digory not see in the landscape when he looks west?
(a) Ice-covered mountains
(b) A green valley
(c) Huge cliffs
(d) A waterfall
Short Answer Questions
1. Which direction does Digory think the song in the darkness comes from?
2. What does Uncle Andrew say that raises Digory's hopes and makes him very excited?
3. What would have happened if someone had taken an apple to plant a Tree of Protection without permission?
4. What other creatures are flying in the air with Fledge and the children?
5. What was the Cabby's wife doing when Aslan calls her into Narnia?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why do the animals not know what Uncle Andrew is?
2. Why does Uncle Andrew try to steal Digory's green ring?
3. What does Strawberry the horse remember about his old life in London?
4. What does the Lion do that Digory does not expect?
5. What things show that the place they have come to is a new world that is just beginning?
6. What does the Cabby think has happened?
7. Which animals and creatures does Aslan call apart and why?
8. Explain the first joke in your own words.
9. How does the song affect the characters?
10. What effect does arriving in the Wood Between the Worlds have on the characters?
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