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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 Ford and Arthur do after they give up trying to catch a beast's attention?
(a) Why Arthur is on such a backwards planet.
(b) What they are doing wrong with the towel.
(c) Why Ford is there.
(d) Who let the Guide get away.
2. How wide is the charging herd of Perfectly Normal Beasts?
(a) Around nine hundred yards.
(b) Around six hundred yards.
(c) Around a hundred yards.
(d) Around three hundred yards.
3. How fast do the Perfectly Normal beasts travel?
(a) Over 100 miles an hour.
(b) Over 20 miles an hour.
(c) Over 50 miles an hour.
(d) Over 2 miles an hour.
4. How many knives does the Sandwich Maker use?
5. What happens as Random turns on her flashlight?
(a) Lightning flashes through the sky.
(b) The rain begins.
(c) The bulb burns out.
(d) Wind whips through the valley.
Short Answer Questions
1. What do Ford and Arthur do when they arrive on Earth?
2. How does Random respond when the Guide offers to stop saying potentially offensive words?
3. For whom does Trillian say they have reintroduced the death penalty?
4. What food do the aliens feed Tricia?
5. To whom is the parcel that the robot drone delivers to Arthur addressed?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Ford suggest getting off Arthur's new home planet?
2. How does the new Guide arrange a spaceship to come?
3. Describe how the Sandwich Maker makes a sandwich.
4. Why is Ford worried about the new Guide?
5. How is the Earth finally destroyed?
6. What does the man who accosts Ford and Arthur when they enter the London club say?
7. How does Ford get the new Guide out of the Guide offices?
8. Describe the monument that marks the location where the species Vogon Vogonblurtus first appeared.
9. What is odd about the Perfectly Normal Beast?
10. What does the owner of the spaceship that Ford tries to buy tell him?
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