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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does the Time Traveler tell his guests is the only difference in the Time Machine when he returns home?
(a) That it is in the opposite corner of the room.
(b) That is is damaged.
(c) That it is still in the future.
(d) That it needs to be repaired.
2. What surprises the Time Traveler when he goes to the White Sphinx to finally reclaim his time machine?
(a) The Sphinx has been moved.
(b) The forest fire singed the doors.
(c) The valve doors are open.
(d) The Sphinx is now green.
3. What does the Time Traveler refer to when he says "wilderness of rotting paper"?
(a) The forest exhibition.
(b) The portrait gallery.
(c) The museum bookshop.
(d) The library.
4. What is the Editor's reaction to the Time Traveler's story?
(a) He wants to interview him.
(b) He wants to option the rights.
(c) He does not believe it.
(d) He wants to go to the future himself.
5. What is the framework of the Palace of Green Porcelain made of?
6. What do the Morlocks plan to do with the Time Traveler?
(a) They planned to make him eat Eloi.
(b) They planned to trap him in the dark.
(c) They planned to let him go.
(d) They planned to travel into the past with him.
7. In Chapter 11, when the Time Traveler attempts to escape the animals that frighten him, how far into the future does he travel?
(a) One month.
(b) One day.
(c) One decade.
(d) One year.
8. To what does this description apply: "a vast dome glowing with a dull heat, and now and then suffering a momentary extinction," in Chapter 11?
(c) The sun.
(d) The Green Palace.
9. Why did the Morlocks' plan fail?
(a) The Time Traveler had a gun to fight them.
(b) They did not understand the nature of the Time Machine.
(c) The Time Traveler had a working torch.
(d) It turned out that they were afraid of the dark.
10. What objects were the Morlocks attempting to pry out of the Time Traveler's fingers while they were struggling in the dark?
(a) The torch.
(b) The pipe.
(c) The levers.
(d) The matches.
11. Whom does the Time Traveler refer to as "cattle" multiple times in Chapter 10?
(c) Ancient humans.
(d) The Eloi.
12. When the Time Traveler returns home in Chapter 12, even he himself wonders if the whole experience was just a what?
(b) False memory.
13. How does the Time Traveler describe being tackled by a group of Morlocks?
(a) Like being caught in spider's web.
(b) Like being trapped in a viper pit.
(c) Like being swallowed by a whale.
(d) Like being hunted by lions.
14. What, at the end of the chapter about the forest fire, is described as an "overwhelming calamity"?
(a) The destruction of the Morlocks.
(b) The destruction of the forest.
(c) Weena's death.
(d) The destruction of the Time Machine.
15. Why is it significant that the moon is starting to wane in Chapter 7?
(a) None of the above.
(b) Because the Morlocks feed off lunar energy.
(c) Because the nights will be darker.
(d) All of the above.
Short Answer Questions
1. What are the animals the Time Traveler finds in the farther future in Chapter 11?
2. In Chapter 11, in the even farther future, what characterizes the oceans?
3. What does the Time Traveler find in the great hall of the museum?
4. To what far future creature does the following description apply: "its many legs moving slowly and uncertainly, its big claws swaying, its long antennae like carters' whips"?
5. What best describes the animal life the Time Traveler sees in the farthest future to which the Time Traveler travels?
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