Waiting for the Barbarians Test | Final Test - Easy

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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. The officer the magistrate has spoken with seems to be equally capable of ___________ as of fulfilling his duties.
(a) Crime.
(b) Denial.
(c) Mercy.
(d) Torture.

2. What does the magistrate notice that makes him realize that he can not survive there?
(a) A barren silo.
(b) Ruined crops.
(c) A raging illness.
(d) The many guards.

3. The magistrate's sexual tension remains, even though he used ____________ to help combat the problem.
(a) Ashes.
(b) Water.
(c) Ginger.
(d) Milkroot.

4. What happens to the magistrate when he makes the accusation he does in #92?
(a) He is sent away.
(b) He is promoted.
(c) He is imprisoned.
(d) He is killed.

5. The magistrate meets with a ____________ from the Third Bureau who decides to accuse him of siding with the enemy.
(a) Colonel.
(b) General.
(c) Warrant officer.
(d) President.

6. What do Colonel Joll and his men find when they come into town for food and for new horses?
(a) Barbarians.
(b) Empty stables.
(c) Only women and children.
(d) A fire.

7. Even when one of the soldiers is injured during the search for barbarians, the only soldiers just ____________ in response.
(a) Dance.
(b) Laugh.
(c) Torture him.
(d) Leave.

8. What is the magistrate deprived of when he is imprisoned for his various accusations and alleged crimes?
(a) Water.
(b) Company.
(c) Spare clothing.
(d) Food.

9. The magistrate is also questioned about his relationship to _______________ during his accusations.
(a) A soldier.
(b) The church.
(c) The Colonel.
(d) A street woman.

10. How does the magistrate end up escaping from his prison cell one day, though he returns later on?
(a) He tricked a guard.
(b) Open window.
(c) He picked the lock.
(d) He dug a hole outside.

11. As the guards tighten the wires of the prisoners, they then force the prisoners to _____________ in the area where they are taken.
(a) Dance.
(b) Sit.
(c) Kneel.
(d) March.

12. The magistrate accuses the ______ of triggering conflicts, being more barbaric than the barbarians themselves.
(a) Army.
(b) Footsoldiers.
(c) Colonel Joll.
(d) People.

13. What happens to make surviving tougher during this particular section of the book and the story?
(a) Pregnancies.
(b) Lack of medicine.
(c) Plague.
(d) Winter.

14. The magistrate recovers, finding himself interested in ___________ again during the new period of time in the settlement.
(a) The law.
(b) The Colonel.
(c) Children.
(d) Sex.

15. When the magistrate shouts in protest of what is happening, a solider hits him in the _______________.
(a) Chest.
(b) Cheek bone.
(c) Leg.
(d) Arm.

Short Answer Questions

1. The magistrate's lack of ___________ encourages endless analysis of what's happened and what might happen.

2. The magistrate advises everyone to grow _________ so that they can survive the winter and attacks.

3. The _____________ control the town, being regarded as the only protection from the barbarians who still threaten the area.

4. What does the magistrate demand in order to answer the accusations which are made against him?

5. The barbarians inspire fear which then turns into _____________ when they come at night and steal things they need.

(see the answer keys)

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