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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 Tomongo Ijiro realize his purpose is?
(a) To help people find a spiritual path.
(b) To find an alternative fuel source.
(c) To find a cure for the illness.
(d) To help rebuild Japan.
2. What were "fragdogs?"
(a) Dogs strapped with bombs and sent into battle to detonate.
(b) Dogs used to carry messages between battalions on the battlefield.
(c) Dogs trained to help soldiers hold the line by "herding" them on the battlefield.
(d) Dogs used to carry ammunition while in battle.
3. In Chapter 8, Maria Zhuganova is about to have her _____ child.
4. Where does Mrs. Miller place blame for the war?
(a) The public.
(d) The military.
5. What is Todd Wainio's relationship status at the end of the novel?
Short Answer Questions
1. Why were castles vital during World War Z?
2. Why does food become scarce at the refugee camp where Jesika Hendricks and her family stay?
3. Who, according to Chapter 8, is the only individual to believe what Maria Zhuganova's nation claims about religion?
4. According to Philip Adler in Chapter 8, when did his country lose something important?
5. What is Arthur Sinclair's new job?
Short Essay Questions
1. Explain the battle plan for "the road to New York," according to Todd Wainio.
2. Explain the role of Russian priests during the war, and how the role developed..
3. How is Todd Wainio coping with life after the war?
4. What was Terry Knox's perspective of the war?
5. How is Maria Zhuganova coping with life after the war?
6. Explain the importance of royalty during the war, according to Allen Forbes.
7. Why did the narrator speak to so many different people during the story?
8. What is the tone of Chapter 4?
9. According to Maria Zhuganova, how is Russia coping after the war?
10. How do Philip Adler and Jurgen Warmbrunn feel now that the war is over?
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