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Grade 9 :: The Most Dangerous Game by amo53
Grade 9 :: The Most Dangerous Game by amo53
Why does General Zaroff hunt humans?
  1. He is a lunatic.
  2. He is a Cossack.
  3. He is an animal activist.
  4. He is bored with hunting animals.
Grade 9 :: The Most Dangerous Game by amo53
Zaroff knew Rainsford because:
  1. they had hunted together before.
  2. he had read the book Rainsford wrote.
  3. they had met at an exhibition.
  4. he had guided him on Safari.
Grade 9 :: The Most Dangerous Game by amo53
Why is Rainsford filled with terror when the general smiles and turns back?
  1. The general is playing cat and mouse - and Rainsford is the mouse.
  2. Rainsford is going to have face the quicksand.
  3. The general is beginning to look more and more like Ivan.
  4. The general will be bringing reinforcements.
Grade 9 :: The Most Dangerous Game by amo53
What does Rainsford hear that drew him too close to the ship's rail?
  1. Three gun shots.
  2. A dog barking.
  3. A horn blowing in the distance.
  4. A man's scream.
Grade 9 :: The Most Dangerous Game by amo53
Why wouldn't the general be concerned that Rainsford does not commit to remain silent about the island?
  1. The general is confident in his own abilities to hunt and kill, and therefore Rainsford will be dead.
  2. The general knows he will eventually convince Rainsford to keep quiet.
  3. The general has no telephone and knows that Rainsford will be locked in the cellar forever.
Grade 9 :: The Most Dangerous Game by amo53
If someone is resourceful he or she:
  1. works for the Department of Natural Resources
  2. deals with problems effectively
  3. is afraid of the outdoors
  4. finds the sources of rivers
Grade 9 :: The Most Dangerous Game by amo53
In what sea was Ship-Trap Island in?
  1. Mediterranean
  2. Adriatic
  3. Caribbean
  4. Ionian
Grade 9 :: The Most Dangerous Game by rflad
What is Rainsford's job?
  1. Duke
  2. Sailor
  3. Hunts and writes books about hunting
  4. Banker
Grade 9 :: The Most Dangerous Game by rflad
What is the first thing Rainsford does to lose Zoroff?
  1. Jumps into the ocean
  2. Ties a knife to a tree
  3. Uses an old log to crush Zoroff
  4. Goes around in circles and hides in a tree
Grade 9 :: The Most Dangerous Game by rflad
If Rainsford wins the game, what does Zoroff promise him?
  1. Zoroff will drop Rainsford off on the mainland
  2. Rainsford can have the castle
  3. Rainsford will play the game again
  4. Zoroff will kill himself
Grade 10 :: The Most Dangerous Game by gena94
How does the author create suspense at the beginning of the story?
  1. Whitney and Rainsford discuss the prospects of hunting up the Amazon.
  2. Whitney refers to Captain Neilson, who never appears in the story.
  3. Whitney describes to Rainsford the mysterious reputation of the island that their boat is passing in the night.
  4. The story begins with a dialogue between two men.
Grade 9 :: The Most Dangerous Game by jmorse30
Which of the following best describes how General Zaroff justifies his hunting of human beings?
  1. Animal life is more valuable than human life
  2. Individual rights are more important than laws
  3. Only the strong deserve to survive
  4. Human beings are not responsible for one another
Grade 9 :: The Most Dangerous Game by amo53
What character qualities are revealed by Rainsford's struggle after falling overboard?
  1. His passion for hunting
  2. His strength and will to survive
  3. His ability to reason and deduce
Grade 9 :: The Most Dangerous Game by rodrijoa
Grade 9 :: The Most Dangerous Game by szeiger
Grade 9 :: The Most Dangerous Game by MrsPassarella
How does Rainsford's attitude toward the superstition surrounding Skip-Trap Island foreshadow events to come?
  1. This attitude foreshadows events in which he learns that sailors know more than the average passenger.
  2. This attitude foreshadows event in which he learns how to listen to others.
  3. This attitude foreshadows event in which he learns a lesson in humility.
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