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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Snoring can be corrected by filling the slumbering person with cool _________, according to the first section of the book.
2. The word ________ must be carved into the husk of the food in order for ownership to be proven.
(d) No one's.
3. ___________ are served in the air's upper layers, according to the author.
(a) Huge meals.
4. ________ has always fended off enemies, but grass came before the houses did.
(a) Cloud cover.
5. Another tribe succeeded the dwellers, and this new tribe practiced _________ migration.
6. God rides a bird ______ward, which affects change in the world's ocean.
7. What is another name for the boxes that are described in #43?
8. _________ food is found over cities and the ocean, and comes from the skin of birds, among other strange materials.
9. What covers the structure in which the father appears to be making a confession?
10. Western _______ Boxes are wooden structures designed for devotional purposes.
11. The members put their hands into something that is too ________ to lift and which is rubbery and hot.
12. The garden is in the shape of a _______, thus confining people within certain portions of the sky.
13. "Every ______ was once an animal," according to the quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson at the start of the book.
14. God Charge is the amount of _________ that occurs in the individual or a shelter.
15. Mass suffocation occurs in ________ when the population breaks their fasts before the storm dogs finish eating the rain and the air.
Short Answer Questions
1. Grass _______ swing a kind of weapon called a shade stick that keeps the sun from conspiring with the house.
2. Some travelers are kept constantly _________, according to the story about the delicate meal.
3. ________ uses upsetting images of houses taken from dreams as aids in teaching people how to destroy themselves while sleeping.
4. _________ are the initial shade-chasers, according to the author's definition, and were once called Persons.
5. Professional _________ can seal culprits inside of houses, according to the author.
This section contains 386 words
(approx. 2 pages at 300 words per page)