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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. _________ wrote a book in 1989 concerning the weather used underground and how to improve different types of weather.
2. The ______ speeds up in accordance with the speed at which cloth is chewed, according to the story.
3. The bird watches the ________ as it controls the father, instead of escaping from the cloth.
4. The _________ is a percussion instrument known worldwide and throughout history, according to the author.
5. Mrs. Marcus caused ________ to enter Jason, according to the descriptions in the book.
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the father tell the boy needs to happen in order to help Monk?
2. What is described in the Circle of Willis, one of the many sections in this book?
3. What is the process of work, as used in the description of the process of welding?
4. What are the three things that the author points out as having affected the horse populations?
5. How is the experience of swimming described?
6. What is the idea of a drowning balance, according to the description in this section?
7. What are the two meanings of Frederick/frederick, as defined in this section?
8. What are two of the things that can happen in the place where people live in all sorts of shelters?
9. What is the process of detecting the position of remote things, even birds?
10. How does the author define the idea of religion in this section of the book?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Food is said to attract people by falling onto various surfaces, according to the author.
Part 1: How does food change the way you act in life?
Part 2: Onto what surfaces might food fall and then impact the way a person behaves?
Part 3: Why do you think food is so powerful in life and in the larger society?
Essay Topic 2
A father makes confessions while lying in what appears to be a grave made of glass, which is thought to be symbolism of some sort.
Part 1: Why does the author make the descriptions so vague for the reader?
Part 2: How do you think the author might help the reader have an easier time with the imagery?
Part 3: How do you interpret the scene in which the father is making a confession? Is this structure a grave or something else?
Essay Topic 3
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?
This section contains 683 words
(approx. 3 pages at 300 words per page)