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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. Where is the door found that Jill and Eustace go through?
(a) The Ggarden wall.
(b) The cellar
(c) The attic.
(d) The broom closet.
2. The stranger tells the children he is a Marsh _________.
3. Eustace must talk to whom when they arrive at Narnia?
(a) A king.
(b) A witch.
(c) Someone he knows.
(d) A wizard.
4. The king's only child has been missing for how many years?
5. What is the name of the king who has just left?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who falls off a cliff?
2. The next morning after breakfast, the nurse brings all of the companions together in whose room?
3. The place the children are going to is inhabited by __________, according to their new companion.
4. There is a great what the night that Jill and Eustace meet the owl and Trumpkin?
5. The irritability causes Jill to do what?
Short Essay Questions
1. Briefly describe the confrontation between Jill and the lion at the water, before Jill drinks.
2. What do you think is the symbolism behind Puddleglum's name?
3. What are Jill's four tasks that are set out by Aslan?
4. In chapter 5, the children are taken on a long flight with the owls and are put inside a hut where they instantly fall to sleep. Do you think that it was right for the children to trust the owls and, if so, do you think the owls betrayed that trust by leaving the children alone in the strange hut?
5. How did Jill's attitude on the cliff backfire on her? What is that incident meant to show?
6. Why do the owls have to secretly meet to try to save the prince?
7. Why didn't Eustace recognize his friend, King Caspian?
8. What do the children see out Jill's window, when they're staying with the giants?
9. If you were Jill, how would you handle the confrontation with the school bullies?
10. What does the lion seem to represent to Jill, at the start of chapter two, and why?
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