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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. G-D is described as a mode entered by _______ tools capable of creating angels.
(c) Flaxen tree.
2. First ________ is a section which describes the replacement of wild growth with cultivated flowers in a prison.
3. The word ________ must be carved into the husk of the food in order for ownership to be proven.
(c) No one's.
4. _________ food is found over cities and the ocean, and comes from the skin of birds, among other strange materials.
5. It is often best to respond to snoring with _______, which can slow the sleeper's disturbed speech, according to the book.
Short Answer Questions
1. Professional sleepers, according to the definitions, are able to ward off ________, in this section.
2. The ________ house is divine or sacred to many people, according to the book.
3. The idea of a food ________ is when the body is covered by various types of food, as described in the chapter.
4. _________ are the initial shade-chasers, according to the author's definition, and were once called Persons.
5. What begin to open on all sides after the funeral for the water is held in 1807?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the process that is described in First Green?
2. What is the effectiveness of the healing wind that God carries with him as he flies around in the sky?
3. What else will book-style illusion not alter in the process of the prison publishing industry?
4. What does the author give as the definition of a shirt of noise?
5. Within a piece of experimental fiction, what are some of the traditional conventions that are not used?
6. What is the process in which the electricity in the house can be restored in order to power up appliances?
7. What is happening in response to the cultivated flowers in the prison, per this particular section of the book?
8. Describe the idea of Gevortsing, as it relates to the idea of sleep collaborations, as detailed in this section of the book.
9. What happens when one of the family members is able to escape from the predicament?
10. What must happen in order for desire to not destroy the object that one looks at?
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