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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where do Lirin live?
(a) The river banks.
(b) The forest.
(c) The villages.
(d) The cities.
2. Where does the constable tell Ven that we all end up eventually?
(c) In front of our maker.
(d) In the clouds.
3. What animal does the captain point out to Ven from the crow's nest?
4. What color does the amber sun turn the ship's deck?
5. What do the Polypheme brothers draw to decide who is inspecting the ship?
(a) Hay straws.
(b) Plastic straws.
(d) Pieces of paper.
6. Where do the spice folk live?
(a) The river banks.
(b) The long grass.
(c) The meadows.
(d) The forests.
7. What does Captain Faeley mean when he says they will have to scuttle the ship?
(a) They will have to set fire to the ship.
(b) They will have to sink the ship.
(c) They will have to surrender the ship.
(d) The will have to turn on the ship engines.
8. Who calls Mr. Whiting's story a load of manure?
(a) Mrs. Snodgrass.
9. What kind of metal is the ring made from?
10. What does Captain Oliver he would be in violation of if he didn't pay Ven?
(a) The sailor's code.
(b) His personal ethics.
(c) The government code.
(d) The sea lores.
11. What is the color of the sand on the floating island?
12. What does Amariel mean?
(a) Sugar in the water.
(b) Gold in the waves.
(c) Star of the sea.
(d) Sun of the sea.
13. What is Ven the Nain word for?
14. What does Mrs. Snodgrass's face turn as red as?
(a) A ferrari.
(b) A cherry.
(c) A tomato.
(d) A beetroot.
15. What is the name of Ven's sister?
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Mrs.Snodgrass stop the two men from arguing?
2. Where does Captain Oliver say the young folks stay in Serendair if they have nowhere else to go?
3. What does the driver say he hopes will get the two boys at the inn?
4. What is the jail wagon as hot as?
5. What kind of shell does Ven say the floating Island is shaped like?
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