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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 happens when Morda dies?
(a) His house begins to melt.
(b) He disappears.
(c) The necklace floats to Taran's hand.
(d) His spells are all undone.
2. Who goes with Taran on his mission?
3. Who attacks Morda as Morda tries to kill Taran?
(b) Fflewdar Fflam.
4. What part of the herd is given to the farmer after the dispute is ended?
(a) The old and injured cows.
(b) The prize cows.
(c) The bulls.
(d) One half of the calves.
5. How does Taran escape from his ropes in Morda's compound?
(a) Gurgi chews through his ropes.
(b) Fflewdar Fflam chants a spell that releases them.
(c) He works them apart with his fingers.
(d) He cuts them on a sharp stone.
Short Answer Questions
1. What do the travelers decide to do when the person sent to find the correct entrance into the evil compound of robbers does not return?
2. Why does Taran not help the man in Cantrevs the way he wants to?
3. What is so special about the mirror Taran is sent to find?
4. What is the frog doing when he is turned into a frog?
5. How does the man with Taran's horse feel about letting Taran keep his horse?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Gurgi find in a hollow tree after meeting with Kaw?
2. Why does Taran not stay to help the farmer in the Cantrevs Valley?
3. What is stolen from the Fair Folk, and why is this so important?
4. What is the normal punishment for this common dispute between Goryon and Gast?
5. What does Fflewdar Fflam tell Taran to do with the item Gurgi found in the hollow tree, and why?
6. Where is the first place that Taran goes when he leaves on his mission and why?
7. What feast is laid out for Taran when he meets Lord Gast, and why is this so ironic?
8. How does Taran stall Morda when he wants to turn Taran into an animal?
9. What happened to Doli when he is caught?
10. Why does Taran want to find out the truth of his parentage so badly?
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