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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. When Bastian explains the meaning of Grograman's existence, Grograman gives him what in exchange?
(a) a ring
(b) some food
(c) a sword
(d) an amulet
2. Which of the following is not a name of a knight that Bastian meets after he leaves the temple?
3. Bastian and Grograman enjoy doing what in the sand?
(c) sunning themselves
(d) chasing each other
4. What wish finally gets Bastian out of The Temple?
(a) He wishes to meet Atreyu and be friends.
(b) He wishes to return home and reconcile with his father.
(c) He wishes to return to the attic.
(d) He wishes The Temple would disappear.
5. Who is Xayide?
(a) an evil wizard
(b) a wicked witch
(c) a good wizard
(d) a good witch
Short Answer Questions
1. When Bastian finds himself hovering in the dark, what does The Empress say to him?
2. What does the Empress ask the Old Man to do?
3. How does Bastian plan to impress Atreyu?
4. Why does Bastain banish Atreyu from his company?
5. Argax tells Bastian that his only hope of getting home now is to cross The Sea of what?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is Bastian the first one that Grograman has ever talked to?
2. What happens when the group finally reaches the Ivory Tower?
3. As they travel towards the Ivory Tower without really knowing their destination, what does Atreyu begin to notice about Bastian?
4. What happens on the day of the coronation?
5. What story does Bastian tell the people of Amarganth and how does it help them?
6. What does Bastian find that the people of Amarganth like to do and what problem do they have with their hobby?
7. What happens to Xayide and Bastian's army when they reach the City of Old Emperors?
8. What happens when Bastian spends the night in Grograman's castle?
9. How does the tournament in Amarganth end?
10. Who is Dame Eyola and how does she help Bastian?
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