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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 long does Jaxom have to keep his eyes closed after being so sick?
(a) For 3 weeks.
(b) Until his headache goes away.
(c) For 2 weeks.
(d) For 36 hours.
2. Who takes Brekke to Ista?
3. Where does Sebell propose that the Lord Holders be given land to occupy in Southern?
(a) The western section.
(b) The eastern section.
(c) The southern section.
(d) The northern section.
4. Where do Jaxom and Ruth spend the night after locating D'ram?
(a) At Benden Weyr.
(b) At Southern.
(c) At Ruatha.
(d) At the Harperhall.
5. How long has it taken to complete the surveys for the maps that Sebell shows F'lar and Lessa in Chapter 16?
(a) 3 Turns.
(b) 4 Turns.
(c) 5 Turns.
(d) 1 Turn.
Short Answer Questions
1. How long has Thread been falling at the cove on Southern?
2. Since there is to be no feast when Robinton arrives, who represents all the hundreds of craftsmen and masters who had produced Cove Hold?
3. How many bronzes does Robinton count circling the killing ground at Ista?
4. Who is treating the other person who has the same sickness that Jaxom has?
5. Who brings Jaxom breakfast the day after he locates D'ram?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is the watchdragon angry when Menolly and Jaxom go to Benden Weyr to tell them they have found D'ram?
2. Why do the dragonriders want land in the South?
3. Who comes to the cove on a runner beast?
4. What unusual features of the Southern Continent has Piemur seen and experienced?
5. How does Menolly know that there are fire-lizards in the South?
6. Why does N'ton say that Jaxom owes his life to Ruth?
7. In what ways is Stupid a clever beast?
8. How does Jaxom feel about Sharra?
9. What will D'ram need if he is to become Weyrleader at the weyr in Southern?
10. Why at the beginning of Chapter 13, does Ruth wonder if Jaxom feels better?
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