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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 is it dryly said that Galanna's Gift is?
(a) Being empathetic.
(b) Being able to calm animals.
(c) Being impossible to please.
(d) Being able to read minds.
2. Where was Talat injured during a battle with Northerners?
(a) Right eye.
(b) Left eye.
(c) Right flank.
(d) Left flank.
3. What colors does Aerin wear to the banquet for her eighteenth birthday?
(a) Gold and red.
(b) Pink and purple.
(c) Blue and silver.
(d) Yellow and green.
4. Who is making trouble for Arlbeth?
(a) Southern barons.
(b) Eastern barons.
(c) Northern barons.
(d) Western barons.
5. What is Perlith's rank?
(a) 4th Sola.
(b) 2nd Sola.
(c) 1st Sola.
(d) 3rd Sola.
Short Answer Questions
1. How many times has Aerin's father been widowed?
2. In Aerin's hallucinations, how many legs did the beasts have that men with translucent skin rode?
3. What time of day does Aerin ride Talat so her father can see her ride?
4. How many sovereigns had there been in Damar before Arlbeth?
5. Who embroidered the red-and-blue cushion on the chair by Aerin's bed?
Short Essay Questions
1. What things did Tor teach Aerin when she was young?
2. What happened to the three servant girls who were let go because Galanna said they were stealing?
3. What does Aerin find in the back of the Damarian history book she finds in the royal library?
4. Why does Aerin begin making careful notes of each sample of kenet that she makes?
5. Where and how does redroot grow?
6. What trappings did Talat wear when he was the king's horse?
7. How does the dragonfire feel when the dragon flames Aerin?
8. Describe the place settings for the supper Tor had with Aerin in Chapter 5.
9. Why doesn't Aerin believe that Galanna told Aerin the story about Aerin's mother?
10. How does Talat respond when Aerin brings his saddle and bridle to the pasture?
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