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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 small piece of Death that escapes and survives?
(b) Cut-Me-Own-Throat Dibbler.
2. Which of the following things does not happen after pink tubing begins erupting from the ceiling?
(a) Steam erupts.
(b) The floor trembles.
(c) The music stops.
(d) Singing begins.
3. What is everyone in town amazed at when they see the combination harvester work for the first time?
(a) That it is shiny.
(b) How loud it is.
(c) How quiet it is.
(d) How quickly it reaps corn.
4. What is Bill Door disgusted by regarding the new incarnation of Death when he first sees him?
(a) His blatant posing.
(b) His scythe.
(c) His mask.
(d) His new outfit.
5. How many chests does Miss Flitworth have sitting on her dresser?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Death send away at the end of the book?
2. Who does Bill Door hire to destroy his scythe?
3. What does Bill Door tell Miss Flitworth that borrowed time is when he tells her he is also living on it?
4. Which of the following things does Bill Door NOT use to sharpen his weapon on?
5. What does the Archchancellor claim he believes the compost heap to be made of?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens after Arthur removes a black disc from the ceiling of the pyramid?
2. How does Archchancellor Ridcully defeat a living compost heap in the book?
3. How is Death's visit to a flower shop described?
4. How is Death and Miss Flitworth's dancing at the harvest dance described?
5. Why can't Bill Door pick up his scythe when he becomes a ghost?
6. How do Miss Flitworth and Bill Door try to save their harvest during a hailstorm?
7. What does Bill Door tell Miss Flitworth about the nature of borrowed time?
8. How is the combination harvester first described?
9. How is Death's meeting with the Auditors atop a mountain described?
10. What instructions does Bill Door make after rescuing the little girl from a fire?
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