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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. How does the nursery create scenes?
(a) The scenes are based on books that the children read
(b) They are images taken with a camera and then uploaded onto the screens
(c) They are interactive television programs
(d) It creates it telepathically based on what the children are thinking
2. What is Lydia’s initial solution?
(a) To do nothing; the children will throw a fit
(b) To get rid of the machines
(c) To lock the nursery for a few days until her nerves are settled
(d) To tear the room down
3. What are their bedrooms called?
(c) Slumber rooms
4. What turns on and off as they walk through the house?
(b) The lights
(c) The heat
(d) Television walls
5. What are the children doing when Dr. McClean arrives?
(a) Having a formal dinner in the dinging room
(b) Playing video games on the wall TVs in the living room
(c) Napping in their beds
(d) Eating lunch in what looks like an open glade in the nursery
Short Answer Questions
1. How far away are they when the nursery lights come on?
2. What are the lions doing when Dr. McClean walks in?
3. Who are they going to have come look at Africa (the nursery) the following morning?
4. Why do the parents think the children have been acting funny?
5. What is on the wallet?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is dinner served to George and Lydia?
2. How long does he think the children have been conjuring Africa? What had he noticed, but not paid attention to?
3. Where do George and Lydia realize they’ve heard the screams before?
4. What does Lydia notice about George as well?
5. What does David McClean find on the floor of the nursery?
6. Why hadn’t George paid any attention to the situation before?
7. How does the house take care of them?
8. Before the African veldt, what did the children conjure in the nursery?
9. How does Dr. McClean say the nursery feels?
10. Explain how the nursery conjures the African veldt.
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