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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 does Bastian say that the other children like to tease him?
(a) He is too tall.
(b) He makes up stories.
(c) He stutters.
(d) He is ugly.
2. After they fly for days, where does Falkor suggest that they go?
(a) to the Grassy Ocean
(b) to the first settlement they see
(c) to the Ivory Tower
(d) to the real world
3. Blubb has been sent to inform whom about the Nothing that is spreading?
(b) the Childlike Empress
4. What does Bastian do once he is safely hidden in the school.
(a) He listens to music.
(b) He begins to read.
(c) He writes a letter.
(d) He eats his lunch.
5. Bastian loves stories but is always sad when what happens during a story?
(a) Someone in the story dies.
(b) Someone in the story makes a mistake.
(c) The story is too long.
(d) The story ends.
Short Answer Questions
1. When Atreyu awakens on the mountain, there is what a few steps away from them?
2. What does Atreyu see when he awakens after being transported by the poison?
3. Who is the voice?
4. What does Bastian think about as the clock strikes one?
5. How is Bastian's father's outlook and attitude described in the prologue?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Atreyu's recurring dreams.
2. Describe the owner of the bookstore where Bastian hides.
3. Describe the gates to the Southern Oracle.
4. Explain why the book appeals to Bastian so much.
5. Describe Bastian's character in the prologue.
6. Why does Falkor suggest that they go to the Ivory Tower instead of trying to find the borders of Fantastica, after they leave the gnomes?
7. What is Ygramul the Many?
8. What is Cairon, the 500th doctor's mission?
9. Explain how Bastian winds up with the book in his possession.
10. When Bastian is very hungry, after reading about Atreyu eating rotten food in the ghost town, describe who he thinks of and why.
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