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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 is the name given to the watchdog's brother?
(b) Tock Tick.
(d) Tick Tock.
2. What is the most notable feature about the police officer who comes to the Word Market?
(a) He's short.
(b) He's purple.
(c) He's tall.
(d) He's skinny.
3. What does Milo come to understand he must do to make his car go faster?
(a) Press the gas pedal.
(c) Put gas in the car.
(d) Take a nap.
4. It's said the people of Dictionopolis don't really care about the arrival of a visitor. What are they pleased to see?
(a) Someone go.
(b) Someone watch TV.
(c) Someone eat.
(d) Someone take care of Humbug.
5. What reason is Milo given to enter the city in Chapter 3?
(a) Whether or not?
(b) Which way?
(c) Don't care?
(d) Why not?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Milo say he didn't realize when he was giving his own speech?
2. Which of the following is NOT one of the half-baked ideas eaten by Milo and the others?
3. What is it that the floating boy cannot see?
4. Milo is directed to a second door for directions. What is the word that appears above the door?
5. Why does the floating boy say it makes sense to grow down rather than up?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Milo discover about words after having walked around in the Word Market for awhile?
2. Humbug says the Mathemagician's pencil isn't magic. What is the Mathemagician's answer?
3. What does Milo say about making another trip?
4. Name three of the crimes Milo and Tock are charged with in Chapter 5.
5. What kinds of desserts are served to the diners at the Royal Palace?
6. What happens to the sign and the roads to Digitopolis when the Dodecahedron spins it around?
7. Why does Milo decide to buy some words in the Word Market?
8. How do the Princesses, Rhyme and Reason, come to live in the kingdom?
9. Describe the Triple Demons of Compromise.
10. What four roles is the man in the cottage pretending to play and why?
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