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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. Dios and Teppic begin arguing with each other about the way that things are done and the fact that _________ dictates that things should never change.
(c) The Pharaoh.
2. Dios says that the only thing better than marrying his choice for Teppic would be for Teppic to marry who?
(a) A friend.
(b) A cousin.
(c) A neighbor.
(d) A sister.
3. What is Mericet's goal?
(a) To make Teppic kill himself.
(b) To kill Teppic.
(c) To make Teppic kill someone else.
(d) To scare Teppic.
4. What does the pyramid cause?
(a) An increase in the speed of time.
(b) Loss of time.
(c) Lapses in time.
(d) Time loops.
5. Why will the building of this pyramid be good business?
(a) Pyramids will be built around the world.
(b) Foreigners will want one.
(c) The Pharaoh will want more built.
(d) Others will see it and want one.
Short Answer Questions
1. IIa is an accountant and explains that the Pharaoh will not ______________.
2. One of the boys in the room, Arthur, had brought in ______________ to sacrifice.
3. Teppic, the Pharaoh of Djel, has been trained ______________.
4. Why might it be hard for Teppic to believe in a god such as Pharaoh?
5. Who does Dios want Teppic to marry?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is King Teppicyon XXVII doing during this time?
2. How do the boys escape the five men?
3. What must happen to the man whose hand was touched by Teppic? How does Teppic feel about this?
4. What does Teppic's assassin school final exam consist of?
5. What is learned about Ephebe and Tsort?
6. How will the builders use the time loop to their advantage?
7. What does Teppic find as he reaches the last room of the exam? What else does he notice in the room?
8. Who are the five men following Teppic and his friends?
9. What happens to King Teppicymon XXVII when the sun is blotted out by a dark shadow?
10. What has Teppic been a part of during his two weeks in Djelibeybi?
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