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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 1-3.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How many steps go down to the treasure room in the ruins?
(c) There are no stairs down to the treasure room, just a gentle, sloping walk.
2. After they procure the boat from the soldiers, how do the children get breakfast?
(a) They use nets from the boat to catch crabs.
(b) They find all of the food they need stored on the boat.
(c) They fish with tackle on the boat.
(d) They use a frying pan from the boat to cook their apples.
3. What do the Pevensie children do for drinking water when they first land on the island?
(a) They discover an old well with a bucket and rope.
(b) They find and drink from a fresh stream.
(c) They drink sea water.
(d) They drink from a flask Edmund was carrying.
4. As it begins to get dark on their first night on the island, what do the children do first to prepare for night?
(a) They search for and discover a cave in which to spend the night.
(b) Gather branches and build a fire.
(c) Build a makeshift tent from their overcoats and branches.
(d) They spell out "SOS" with stones on the beach.
5. What reason does Susan give for missing the soldiers with her arrow in Chapter 3?
(a) She was distracted by the appearance of the Dwarf.
(b) They moved at the last instant.
(c) She was not shooting to kill.
(d) Her bow is old and has lost some of its accuracy.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is the first person to identify the ruins they have found on the island?
2. In Chapter 1, when the children feel as though they are being pulled, what do they do?
3. In Chapter 3, what reason does the author interject for giving his own version of Prince Caspian's story rather than the Dwarf's version?
4. What reason does the Dwarf give for his treatment by the soldiers in Chapter 2?
5. As the children are on the beach discussing how to get across the channel and off the island, what causes them to go and hide in the forest?
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