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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. Where does Random throw Arthur's watch?
(a) At a waiter carrying a tray of drinks.
(b) At Trillian.
(c) At Arthur.
(d) At the glasses behind the bar.
2. How far away is Arthur, while the Guide projects holographic images for Random?
(a) About a hundred yards.
(b) About ten miles.
(c) About two miles.
(d) About forty miles.
3. What do Ford and Arthur do after they give up trying to catch a beast's attention?
(a) Who let the Guide get away.
(b) What they are doing wrong with the towel.
(c) Why Ford is there.
(d) Why Arthur is on such a backwards planet.
4. For what do Ford and Arthur at first mistake the approaching spring migration of the Perfectly Normal Beasts?
(b) An earthquake.
(c) A train.
(d) A spaceship.
5. Where was Random born?
(a) In a nightclub.
(b) In a restaurant.
(c) On a spaceship.
(d) On a star.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who will take over Arthur's sandwich-making after he leaves?
2. What does Ford hope to exploit about the Vogons?
3. How does Random respond when the Guide offers to stop saying potentially offensive words?
4. What does Ford plan to use to buy the spaceship?
5. Where does Random go to open the parcel?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Arthur use Ford's towel to attract a Perfectly Normal Beast?
2. What comes out of the trees toward Random, as she goes through the woods?
3. How is the Earth finally destroyed?
4. Why doesn't Arthur's watch tell the right time?
5. How does Ford suggest getting off Arthur's new home planet?
6. How was Ford saved the second time he jumped out the window of the Guide building?
7. Describe the monument that marks the location where the species Vogon Vogonblurtus first appeared.
8. Why is Ford worried about the new Guide?
9. How does Ford get the new Guide out of the Guide offices?
10. What is odd about the Perfectly Normal Beast?
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