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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. In Chapter 4, how long does Sophie think they are traveling with the wind howling?
2. What color is the tongue of the Fleshlumpeating Giant?
3. What do humans from Wellington, New Zealand, taste like?
4. Where is a moonbeam shining in Chapter 1?
5. What sounds can Sophie hear at the beginning of Chapter 1?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Sophie see at the end of Chapter 1 when she looks out the window?
2. Are there reasons that are acceptable for children to be out of bed in Chapter 1?
3. In Chapter 1, what is keeping Sophie awake?
4. What does the BFG want Sophie to teach him to make in Chapter 7 and why?
5. What type of giant is the BFG?
6. How do Giants come into existence?
7. Why did the Giant snatch Sophie from her bed and run away with her?
8. What different flavors are the humans that the giants eat?
9. What does the Giant say about the Bonecrunching Giant in Chapter 5?
10. Where does Sophie think the BFG should get food, and why does he not get food from there?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Sophie and the BFG’s relationship changes throughout the novel. How would you describe their relationship at the beginning of the novel? How does their relationship change? What causes the changes in their relationship? How would you describe their relationship by the end of the novel?
Essay Topic 2
Sophie thinks that giant nature is repulsive. How does the BFG compare human nature and giant nature? In what ways are the two similar? In what ways is giant nature superior to human nature? Are there ways in which giant nature is inferior to human nature? Which would be superior according to the BFG—human or giant nature? Why?
Essay Topic 3
The BFG is a dream-blowing giant. What does the BFG do with dreams in the novel? How important are dreams In the novel, and how do they affect the plot?
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