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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is a "hibakusha?"
(a) An outsider.
(b) One who was blinded in the bomb on Hiroshima.
(c) A zombie.
(d) One who is immune to the illness.
2. What does Kondo Tatsumi hope to find?
(a) A middle road.
(b) Spiritual enlightenment.
(c) A home and family.
(d) A way to recover his old personality.
3. What is Todd Wainio's relationship status at the end of the novel?
4. Jurgen Warmbrunn remembers a pond from youth. Why is this pond still gray?
(a) From the animals who made nests nearby.
(b) From the ashes of the zombies.
(c) From the ashes of those killed by the Nazis.
(d) From the pollution of his hometown.
5. Why are sunken vessels cleared from harbors, according to Michael Choi?
(a) They are often filled with zombies.
(b) Their materials can be recycled into newer vessels.
(c) They can kill the marine life.
(d) They prevent other vessels from docking in the harbors.
6. Where is Jurgen Warmbrunn located in Chapter 8?
(a) Berlin, Germany.
(b) Tel Aviv, Israel.
(c) Warsaw, Poland.
(d) Jerusalem, Israel.
7. What did Todd Wainio do at the moment of his most vivid memory?
(a) Wrote a letter to his future self.
(b) Watched the sunrise in silence.
(c) Had a glass of champagne.
(d) Put all his effort into helping others around him.
8. Why were castles vital during World War Z?
(a) They have excellent defenses.
(b) They are made of a type of rock that is poison to the infected.
(c) They have access to underground tunnels.
(d) They have excellent satellite reception.
9. According to Sardar Khanin, why did the pass need to be destroyed?
(a) To keep control over the flow of refugees through the pass.
(b) To keep too many refugees from getting through.
(c) To keep the infected from getting through.
(d) To show the military's power over the refugees.
10. What does Todd Wainio admit at the end of the novel?
(a) He sometimes loses his ability to cope.
(b) He misses the days before the war.
(c) He can't remember how the war began.
(d) He believes one country created the illness, but it got out of hand.
11. What country wanted to go on the offensive during The Honolulu Conference?
(a) The U.S.
12. According to Bohdan Taras, what city is set on fire?
(d) St. Petersburg.
13. What does Sardar Khanin see crawling all over people on a Himalayan road?
(a) Infected people.
14. What did the U.S. president remind the delegates of during The Honolulu Conference?
(a) That arguing about how to take action is what caused the outbreak in the first place.
(b) That there had already been too much war in the history of the world.
(c) That the zombies took the human soul of the people of Earth.
(d) That researchers were close to developing a cure for the illness.
15. What is the second choice given to U.S. military forces after the war, according to "The Whacko?"
(a) Psychiatric counseling.
(b) Help in other countries.
(c) Go home.
(d) Take six week leave.
Short Answer Questions
1. What animals were too inconsistent in smelling out zombies during the war?
2. What is Todd Wainio's most vivid memory?
3. Who watches Tomonaga Ijiro accept an award in Kyoto, Japan?
4. According to Michael Choi, who or what are the true victims of the war?
5. According to Bohdan Taras, what is released over a bridge in order to discover who is infected?
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