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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. Becka thinks Jack's ailment is really a ___________.
(a) Leg injury.
(b) Bacterial infection.
(c) Shoulder injury.
2. Who explains the rules of the Games to Jack and Ellen before the Games begins?
(c) Simon Paige.
3. In Chapter 12, what does Dr. Longbranch guess from Jack's physical condition?
(a) He is still taking the medication.
(b) He is too weak to fight in the Games.
(c) He could fight in the Games even while still taking the medication.
(d) He has stopped taking the medicatioin and has been training.
4. Linda tells Jack that members of the family in America began marrying what type of people, perhaps leading to him being born without a stone?
(c) Wizards only.
(d) Warriors only.
5. Whom does Fitch see outside of a Christmas shop, apparently hunting for someone?
Short Answer Questions
1. In Chapter 12, how does Jack disable Dr. Longbranch?
2. In Chapter 11, who identifies the poison in Jack's drink?
3. What woman accompanies Susannah to Raven's Ghyll after the dragon awakens?
4. What proof does Linda offer for the surgery that left Jack with a warrior's stone rather than a wizard's stone?
5. In Chapter 14, Jeremiah Brooks says he was used by _____________ in the same way Jack is being used now.
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Jack use magic to keep from hurting Ellen during the first part of the Games? How does this force a change in the rules?
2. What happens to Jack as he and Linda attempt to find sanctuary in a small church near Westminster Abbey? Who does Linda say Jack needs to heal him?
3. What happens when Jack breaks his ankle and refuses to fight any more? What do the judges threaten to do?
4. Where does Longbranch want Jack to fight? What excuse does Longbranch come up with to hide Jack's death in the fight?
5. Why does Jack stop during a training bout to talk with Jeremiah? What doe he learn?
6. Who objects to Jack's participation in the Games? For what reason?
7. What threat does Hastings make against Jack's mother to demonstrate what might happen if he refuses to play in the Games?
8. What does Hastings tell Jack will happen if the Rules of Engagement are ever broken? What does this have to do with the origin of the Weir stones?
9. What charm does Dr. Longbranch cast on Jack? How does he escape it?
10. Who helps save Jack's life in Chapter 11? How?
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