|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Cuchulainn drink that unwittingly heals an old woman?
(d) Berry juice.
2. Whose sword is stolen in Section VI?
3. What is the first weapon Cuchulainn and his foster-brother choose to fight with in Chapter XI?
(b) Iron darts and shields.
4. Who is sent to portray Ailill in a meeting with Cuchulainn?
5. Where does the army hear the bull is hiding?
(c) Black Cauldron.
6. Who does Ailill make fun of for not being a real king?
7. How does Cuchulainn kill the person sent to seize his javelin from him?
(a) With a cold stare.
(b) With a slingshot.
(c) With a noose.
(d) With the javelin in his head.
8. Which warrior agrees to fight Cuchulainn in Section VII in exchange for marrying Ailill's daughter?
9. Why does Fergus agree to face Cuchulainn in Section X?
(a) He is drunk.
(b) He is the only one left.
(c) He's old and ready to die.
(d) He doesn't have a choice.
10. Where does Medb find the prized bull?
(a) In her backyard.
(b) In Cuib.
(c) In Ulster.
(d) In Druid.
11. Who warns Conchobor of the approaching army in Chapter XII?
12. What weapon does Cuchulainn use in Section VII to continue killing the army's men at night from afar?
(d) Poison darts.
13. Who warns Cuchulainn that Medb is planning to ambush him?
14. Which river in Section VI seems to flood to bar the army from passing?
15. Who slays the shepherd responsible for bringing the bull back in Section VII?
Short Answer Questions
1. How many versions of how the army arrives in a new community are told in Section VI?
2. What is the second weapon Cuchulainn and his foster-brother choose to fight with in Chapter XI?
3. What word does Medb use to describe her thighs in Chapter XI?
4. How many healing options does the royal healer give to the Ulster warrior?
5. What weapon does Cuchulainn take with him when he meets Medb at their "truce" meeting?
This section contains 366 words
(approx. 2 pages at 300 words per page)