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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. During the expansion, the dog will become less _______ because it contains less matter than when it was smaller.
2. A _______ that moves at the speed of the sky is invisible and can lodge itself in the father.
3. The ________ unit is the unit whose snorts and brays will divert the airflow, according to the author.
4. 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.
5. The animals stop making the weather because their _________ have been stitched tight.
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the front of the car, as it is described in this section of the book.
2. What is the process of detecting the position of remote things, even birds?
3. What is the idea of a drowning balance, according to the description in this section?
4. What does the father tell the boy needs to happen in order to help Monk?
5. What are the two meanings of Frederick/frederick, as defined in this section?
6. What is the principal on which dogs depend, according to the writing in this book?
7. What are the three things that the author points out as having affected the horse populations?
8. What is the passenger described as in this part of the book?
9. What is the object of the hiding-ball game, according to the writing in the story?
10. What is the process in which a dog current will be created within the dog?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
The brain is divided into nine different loaves, some of which are able to resist bird calls.
Part 1: What is the significance of the number 'nine' in this description of the brain?
Part 2: Do you think the brain is as fragmented as the author describes?
Part 3: How do you think the brain might be separated in real life?
Essay Topic 2
In a certain place, people can live in a number of different shelters, including scooped out dogs.
Part 1: Why would it be important for people to have the ability to live in different shelters?
Part 2: What are the shelters you would like to live in, if you had to choose?
Part 3: How do you think a person is protected by living in different shelters?
Essay Topic 3
Ben Marcus' book is one that is considered to be experimental, to say the least, which can be confusing for some readers.
Part 1: What is the purpose of writing an experimental book?
Part 2: Do you think an experimental book is one that's easy to read?
Part 3: How do you think the book would be different if it was written in a standard way?
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