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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. What does Doon's father say a person gets when he doesn't control his anger?
(a) Unintended consequences.
(b) A spanking.
(c) Put in jail.
2. What kind of soup does Lina make for Granny?
(b) Spinach and onion.
(c) Chicken noodle.
3. What color is Poppy's jacket?
4. What does Lina figure out is the work on the document that ends with "orks"?
5. Where is Poppy when Lina returns home from work in Chapter 4?
(a) Asleep in Lina's bed.
(b) Alone in the shop.
(c) Lost in the street.
(d) Alone in the apartment.
Short Answer Questions
1. What can the people of Ember feel when they stand still in Plummer Square?
2. What does Granny say she dreamed about?
3. How old are the children of Ember when they receive their work assignments?
4. What does Lina use to draw on?
5. Where are the citizens of Ember asked to gather for a public meeting?
Short Essay Questions
1. Where does Lizzie first tell Lina she got the canned items and what does she eventually reveal as the truth?
2. What do Doon and Lina discover is the sixth step of the instructions?
3. What are the other tragedies Lina thinks about as she stays home from work to take care of Granny?
4. What does Doon say about the situation in Ember and what is the Mayor's reaction?
5. How do Doon and Lina learn the guards are planning to arrest them for spreading vicious rumors?
6. What are some of the things Doon packs to take on the journey out of Ember and what are some of the things he leaves behind?
7. What is Assignment Day and how are assignments given?
8. What are Granny and Poppy doing when Lina gets home from the town meeting?
9. What, according to the writer of the book found by Poppy, happened on Friday?
10. What is the plan the Builders have for ensuring the people of Ember can find their way out of the city at the correct time?
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