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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 it that the floating boy cannot see?
(a) What's behind a bucket of water.
(b) What's behind a brick wall.
(c) What's right behind his ear.
(d) What's right in front of his nose.
2. What day is it in Dictionopolis in Chapter 3?
(b) Market day.
(c) School day.
(d) Resting day.
3. What does Milo believe to be missing from the gift?
(a) A map.
(b) A coin box.
(c) A highway.
(d) A car.
4. What does the floating boy say a fish's point of view of a bucket of water would be?
(a) That it's just a bucket of water.
(b) That it's an ocean.
(c) That it's home.
(d) That it's a place to get a drink.
5. What is the first thing the people of the Doldrums do when they wake in the morning?
(b) Run errands.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is written on the sign of the wagon that is different from the typical Word Market stalls?
2. What is the watchdog's name?
3. Who are the creatures Milo discovers when he arrives at the Doldrums?
4. What is the purpose of the coins included in the surprise package?
5. What else, aside from the gift he gives Milo, does King Azaz say Milo needs for the journey?
Short Essay Questions
1. What was the job of Faintly Macabre before she was imprisoned?
2. Why does Milo come to realize he got stuck in the Doldrums?
3. What does Officer Shrift say to those attending the banquet? What does he say to Milo?
4. How does Milo select his first destination?
5. Describe the staff carried by the Mathemagician.
6. What annoying habit does the Duke of Definition have?
7. What threat does Milo make to escape the giant?
8. Milo finds a note in his bedroom the day after his adventure. Why does the note say the tollbooth was taken away?
9. What does Alec Bings say caused the city of Reality to disappear?
10. What saying does the Earl of Essence use that makes him fall?
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