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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 Taran's horse?
2. Where does the first king whom Taran visits with tell him to look on his quest?
(a) The Free Commots.
(b) The Elvin Forest.
(c) The Nunnery in Nuance.
(d) The Dwarvish Caves.
3. What is the occupation of the man in Cantrevs who loses his son?
4. What does the King want Taran to stay in his kingdom to be?
(a) His companion.
(b) His advisor.
(c) His lawyer.
(d) His heir.
5. How does the farmer feel about the final punishment given to Goryon and Gast for their dispute?
(a) He is very happy and appeased.
(b) He is confused at the justice taking place.
(c) He is angry that it wasn't harsher.
(d) He is sad to see men punished so harshly.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Taran do with the stone from Morda's necklace?
2. Who makes Taran's battle horn?
3. What is the finest treasure that the owner of the house where Fflewdar Fflam is found has?
4. Where does the robber get what was hanging around his neck that Taran recognizes?
5. What is the frog doing when he is turned into a frog?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is Doli sitting in the bushes the way he is when Llylan found him?
2. What happens to Taran and Gurgi when they first enter the Valley Cantrevs?
3. What does Lord Gast show Taran before allowing him to continue his quest?
4. What does the king ask of Taran after the dispute is settled, and what was Taran's response?
5. Where is the first place that Taran goes when he leaves on his mission and why?
6. What does Morda's necklace give him power to do?
7. What is the normal punishment for this common dispute between Goryon and Gast?
8. What is the first obstacle Taran meets in trying to get to Morda, and how does he try to defeat it?
9. What does Taran agree to do after hearing Doli's story?
10. What does Llylan find in the bushes after their encounter with Kaw?
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