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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. When Brian figures how fast the raft is traveling, how long does he estimate it will take to reach the trading post?
(a) 4 days.
(b) 3 days.
(c) 5 days.
(d) 6 days.
2. At the beginning of Chapter 22, where does Brian find himself when he regains consciousness?
(a) On the rocky shore.
(c) On a sand bank.
3. After Brian passes a second bend, how far is it to the next bend?
(a) 1/8 mile.
(b) 3/4 mile.
(c) 1/2 mile.
(d) 1/4 mile.
4. What time of day is it when Brian leaves with Derek on the raft?
(b) Early morning.
(c) Late afternoon.
5. In Chapter 19, when Brian studies the map, he figures they are _____ from two hills that are on either side of the river.
(a) About 3 miles.
(b) 1/2 mile.
(c) 1 mile.
(d) Less than 2 miles.
Short Answer Questions
1. How long will it be before it gets dark when Brian sets off on the raft with Derek?
2. How many maps of the area did Derek have before they left for their survival experience?
3. What did the raft weigh at the end of the journey?
4. How much weight did Brian lose during the ordeal?
5. From where Brian stands in the water, at the beginning of Chapter 22, how far away does the water change colors?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Brian decide he has to swim to find the raft?
2. What does Brian see when he begins hallucinating?
3. Where does Brian find himself after he awakes from sleep?
4. How does Brian get the logs to the lake?
5. Why does Brian talk to Derek when he is in the coma?
6. What is determined about Derek's condition, and how well does he recover?
7. Why does Brian decide he can't leave Derek to go for help?
8. What does Brian decide when he hears a whooshing sound, at the end of Chapter 21?
9. What helps Brian fight sleep, in Chapter 18?
10. Why does Brian decide that he was foolish to leave the lake and trust the map?
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