|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The ______ speeds up in accordance with the speed at which cloth is chewed, according to the story.
2. The cooler parts will warm and ride, creating what the author calls a dog _________.
3. The father used to make shows with _________ for the author and for the author's brother, it seems.
4. The ________ is a false map made out of skin, according to the terms section.
(b) Ben Marcus.
5. What is NOT one of the weathers that is described in the book about weather that is used underground?
(b) Gray mitten.
(c) Backward wind.
(d) Nonvertical rain.
6. The distance between a boy and ________ is measured by gauging the time it takes for the bird to reach the cloth and start pecking.
7. The _______-Burning system is one in which the girl is used as a current meter in a river to calibrate a number.
8. There is a system of detecting the position of things, including birds, by filling their mouths with _________.
9. If any _______ flows into the car, the driver or passenger coughs and it is expelled into the ocean.
10. The wind of a storm should be captured in a/an ______, heated on the belly, and mixed with another ingredient before being given to a starving boy.
(a) Bread loaf.
11. The animals stop making the weather because their _________ have been stitched tight.
12. How many sections of the brain are able to resist the birdcalls?
13. Warmer portions of the ________ rise through its cooler parts, to be replaced by cooler parts.
14. _________ wrote a book in 1989 concerning the weather used underground and how to improve different types of weather.
(a) Our father.
(b) Our mother.
15. English scientists created a method of _________ based on the patter of flutters that emerge from a string and a wire over a mouth.
Short Answer Questions
1. The girl in the river is used to calibrate what the author calls a __________ balance.
2. The types of _________ in which horses are found are as varied as all the influences which have brought them into being.
3. _________ is described as a eulogy that is delivered beside a grave, according to this section of the stories.
4. The author apologizes to the _________ for digging, even though the burials were initiated by this same person.
5. ________ can involve the entire body, or is can be limited to certain parts of the body, according to the author.
This section contains 446 words
(approx. 2 pages at 300 words per page)