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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where do Birle and the Lord run to after they have been chased by a dog?
(a) Deeper into the forest.
(b) They jump in the water.
(c) Towards the village.
(d) Back to the boat.
2. What is the name of the Inn?
(a) The Winged Falcon.
(b) The Falcon's Wing.
(c) The Falcon Inn.
(d) The Falcon.
3. Hearing what name causes everyone's attitude to change in the city that Birle and Orien are taken to?
4. What does Birle learn about the Lord's character in Chapter 3?
(a) He is a resourceful man who understands how to read the signs of nature.
(b) He is a slow man who knows nothing.
(c) He is a quick man who can invent a lie and story.
(d) He is a dull man who wants to become more learned of the world.
5. Why does the Lord agree to take Birle with him on his journey?
(a) He realizes he can use her to pretend to be his wife in certain situations.
(b) He likes to rescue damsels in distress.
(c) He has fallen in love with her and secretly wishes to marry her.
(d) He needs someone to get food and cook for him as he travels.
6. Who tells Birle, "There might be people living up there, in the stars, think you"?
(a) The man.
7. What does Birle say in attempts to convince the Lord to take him with her on his journey?
(a) She says that she is desperate to escape from her home.
(b) She says she knows the forest and what is in the forest is for eating.
(c) She says she is an excellent tracker.
(d) She says she knows how to hunt better than any man and can feed him well.
8. What does the Lord call Birle every so often?
(a) Falcon's Child.
(c) Innkeeper's Daughter.
(d) Little One.
9. Why do Birle and the Lord decide to both row?
(a) For exercise.
(b) Because Birle is tired of rowing alone.
(c) To stay warm.
(d) Because the Lord is tired of rowing alone.
10. What does Orien do to mark their presence where he and Birle are stranded?
(a) Scratches their names into pieces of wood left from the boat.
(b) Ties pieces of their cloaks to a tree.
(c) Scratches their names into the bark of a tree.
(d) Scratches their names into a rock.
11. How do the brothers take the news of Orien being an Earl and the idea of the Kingdom?
(a) They mock him and the Kingdom.
(b) They believe him and agree to set him free.
(c) They ignore him.
(d) They believe him and realize they can hold him for a large ransom.
12. How do the people of the village bathe in the winter, according to Birle?
(a) By sitting in tubs.
(b) By standing in wooden crates.
(c) By sitting in metal tins.
(d) By standing in wine barrels.
13. What does Orien tell Birle without her even asking?
(a) That he is married but has no children.
(b) That he has never married, nor does he have children.
(c) That he never married but has one child.
(d) That he hates his father for dying.
14. What happens to Birle when the boat is thrown against the waves?
(a) She almost drowns but the Lord saves her.
(b) She grabs onto a rock and holds on to keep from drowning.
(c) She drowns.
(d) She sees the Lord is drowning and saves him.
15. What about the strange man captures Birle once he awakens in the morning?
(a) His tousled dark hair.
(b) The wink he sends her.
(c) His bellflower blue eyes.
(d) His straight nose.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Birle end up doing as she and the Lord are hiding under their cloaks on the boat?
2. What is put on Birle and Yul to identify them as belonging to Corbel?
3. Thinking about what makes Birle NOT want to return to the Inn?
4. What do Birle and the Lord do to keep themselves distracted while stranded on the rock?
5. Where do Birle and the Lord decide to spend the rest of the night in Chapter 5?
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