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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 name of the man who owns the house where Taran finds Fflewdar Fflam?
2. Where is the king headed at the end of chapter 4?
(a) The dispute.
(b) His castle.
(c) The house of Dallben.
(d) A waterfall.
3. How does Taran avoid what Morda tries to do to him in the compound?
(a) Thinks of other things besides his goal.
(b) Asks if he can choose which animal he becomes.
(c) Pretends to be in a haze when he is really still lucid.
(d) Does not give Morda direct contact.
4. What is the first obstacle met on the way to the evil compound of the robber?
(a) A wall of thorns.
(b) A large and vast field.
(c) A raging moat.
(d) A pit of fire.
5. What feast is provided for Taran when he enters the house that Fflewdar Fflam is staying at?
(c) Vegetable Stew.
Short Answer Questions
1. After leaving the king's palace, where does Taran make his next stop?
2. Who is Taran in love with?
3. What is the name of the man who commits the robbery from the Fair Folk?
4. Who gives Taran what is stolen from him when he first entered Cantrevs?
5. What does Taran ask his master for permission to do at the beginning of this book?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Taran want to find out the truth of his parentage so badly?
2. Where does Morda get the necklace that he has?
3. What is stolen from the Fair Folk, and why is this so important?
4. What is the first obstacle Taran meets in trying to get to Morda, and how does he try to defeat it?
5. Why is Doli sitting in the bushes the way he is when Llylan found him?
6. What does the king ask of Taran after the dispute is settled, and what was Taran's response?
7. How is King Smoit saved from the river?
8. What happened to Doli when he is caught?
9. What is the normal punishment for this common dispute between Goryon and Gast?
10. What important fact does Doli teach Taran about his battle horn?
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