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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. What does the witch give to the children in order to fatten them up for herself?
(a) A big dinner.
(c) A big turkey.
2. What does the princess do when the frog is in bed with her and begins to talk sweetly to her?
(a) She vomits.
(b) She passes out.
(c) She leaves.
(d) She throws him across the room.
3. The red riding hood which the character wears without fail is her _________ blanket, since she is never without it.
4. On which nighttime show does the comic who commits suicide on the night before his death appear?
(a) Tom Snyder.
(b) Late Show.
(c) Tonight Show.
(d) Jimmy Kimmel.
5. Sexton calls the wolf a sort of ___________ at the start of the story of Red Riding Hood.
Short Answer Questions
1. The frog is as old as a ___________ and it has no nerves, according to the poem.
2. "If someone burns out your eye/I will take your socket/and use it for an ____________."
3. The oldest sister's dress was stepped on by the soldier, but she dismisses it, thinking it was __________.
4. The princesses dance like ___________ at Roseland as if the tickets would run right out.
5. Where does the old Jenny put her life savings before she is swindled by others?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens after the woodsman takes care of the wolf who tried to eat Red Riding Hood and her grandmother?
2. Why does the father decide that he needs to cut off the hands of his daughter in the poem?
3. What are the differences between the daughters in the first poem of this section of the book?
4. Why does the princess agree to doing all of the things that the frog asks of her?
5. What happens to the king after several long years of searching for his family?
6. What will happen for the two eyed sister if she sings for the goat, according to the advice of an old woman?
7. How does the soldier get from one side of the lake to another with the princesses?
8. Why are the messages being sent between the king and the princess getting mixed up in the story?
9. What is the prize for the person who is able to find out how the girls are escaping from the room each night?
10. What does the mother do with two of her daughters, though she tends to leave the other one alone?
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