Catching Fire Final Exam

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Catching Fire Final Exam - Quiz

By the end of Catching fire we see the destruction of Katnisses home to culminate the painful events she went through the book together with the loss of Peeta. Are you preparing for the final exam on this captivating book? Take the quiz below and get to refresh your memory!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Katniss' father was killed by

    • A.

      A mine explosion

    • B.

      Hunger

    • C.

      The Capitol

    • D.

      Another hunter in the woods

    Correct Answer
    A. A mine explosion
    Explanation
    Katniss' father was killed by a mine explosion. This suggests that her father was working in a mine when the explosion occurred, resulting in his death. The mine explosion could have been accidental or due to unsafe working conditions. This event may have had a significant impact on Katniss' life, shaping her character and motivations in the story.

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  • 2. 

    What is the name of the black market trading center?

    • A.

      The Seam

    • B.

      The Hob

    • C.

      Wal-Mart

    • D.

      The Hope

    Correct Answer
    B. The Hob
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "The Hob". This is because "The Hob" is commonly known as the black market trading center in various fictional works, such as in the book series "The Hunger Games". It is a secretive and illegal marketplace where goods and resources are traded outside of the government's control.

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  • 3. 

    Who surprises Katniss with a visit to her house?

    • A.

      Gale

    • B.

      Haymitch

    • C.

      President Snow

    • D.

      Prim

    Correct Answer
    C. President Snow
    Explanation
    President Snow surprises Katniss with a visit to her house. This is significant because President Snow is the antagonist in the Hunger Games series and his unexpected presence at her home indicates that he has a personal interest in her. It also adds to the tension and suspense of the story, as Katniss is unsure of his motives and what his visit may mean for her and her loved ones.

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  • 4. 

    What is the name of the country that Katniss lives in?

    • A.

      District 13

    • B.

      Panem

    • C.

      USA

    • D.

      The Capitol

    Correct Answer
    B. Panem
    Explanation
    Panem is the correct answer because it is the fictional country in which the Hunger Games series is set. It is a dystopian nation divided into twelve districts, with the Capitol as its central governing city. The protagonist, Katniss Everdeen, lives in District 12, one of the poorer districts within Panem. The story revolves around the annual Hunger Games, a brutal competition organized by the Capitol, in which children from each district are forced to fight to the death as a form of entertainment and control.

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  • 5. 

    Where do Katniss, Peeta and Haymitch live?

    • A.

      The Seam

    • B.

      The Capitol

    • C.

      Victors Village

    • D.

      The Town

    Correct Answer
    C. Victors Village
    Explanation
    Katniss, Peeta, and Haymitch live in Victors Village. This is the residential area specifically designated for the winners of the Hunger Games. After winning the games, they are awarded a luxurious house in Victors Village, which is located within the District. It is a stark contrast to the impoverished living conditions in The Seam, where Katniss and her family originally reside. The Capitol is the ruling city of Panem, and The Town refers to the general residential area of District 12.

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  • 6. 

    Katniss smells what on President Snow's breath?

    • A.

      Blood

    • B.

      Alcohol

    • C.

      Cookies

    • D.

      Smoke

    Correct Answer
    A. Blood
    Explanation
    In the book "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay" by Suzanne Collins, Katniss smells blood on President Snow's breath. This is significant because it suggests that he may have been involved in violent or harmful activities, possibly even murder. The smell of blood adds to the tension and suspicion surrounding President Snow and reinforces his ruthless and oppressive character.

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  • 7. 

    Beetee is a/an

    • A.

      Inventor

    • B.

      Hunter

    • C.

      Farmer

    • D.

      Artist

    Correct Answer
    A. Inventor
    Explanation
    Beetee is an inventor because an inventor is someone who creates or designs new things, and Beetee is known for his expertise in creating and modifying electronic devices. In the Hunger Games series, Beetee is a tribute from District 3 who uses his knowledge of electronics to create traps and weapons for the rebellion against the Capitol. His inventions, such as the wire that he uses to electrocute opponents, demonstrate his skills as an inventor.

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  • 8. 

    Who first discovers that the arena is a clock?

    • A.

      Wiress

    • B.

      Beetee

    • C.

      Katniss

    • D.

      Finnik

    Correct Answer
    A. Wiress
    Explanation
    Wiress is the character who first discovers that the arena is a clock. In the book "Catching Fire" by Suzanne Collins, Wiress is a tribute from District 3 who is known for her intelligence and ability to decipher patterns. During the Hunger Games, she observes the repeating pattern of the arena's dangers and realizes that it is a clock. Her discovery becomes crucial for the main characters as they try to navigate and survive the deadly challenges of the arena.

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  • 9. 

    Who's voice does Katniss hear screaming in the woods?

    • A.

      Her mother

    • B.

      Gale

    • C.

      Prim

    • D.

      Haymitch

    Correct Answer
    C. Prim
    Explanation
    Katniss hears Prim's voice screaming in the woods. Prim is Katniss's younger sister, and they share a strong bond. Throughout the story, Prim is portrayed as vulnerable and in need of protection. This makes it understandable that Katniss would be alarmed and concerned when she hears her sister's voice screaming in the woods. Additionally, Prim's safety is a top priority for Katniss, so it is likely that she would react swiftly to investigate and ensure her sister's well-being.

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  • 10. 

    What is the bird on Katniss' pin?

    • A.

      A Jabberjay

    • B.

      A Mockingjay

    • C.

      A Cardinal

    • D.

      A Mockingbird

    Correct Answer
    B. A Mockingjay
    Explanation
    In the book series "The Hunger Games," the bird on Katniss' pin is a Mockingjay. The Mockingjay is a hybrid bird created by the Capitol as a result of a failed experiment with Jabberjays. It becomes a symbol of resistance and rebellion against the oppressive regime. Katniss wears the pin as a sign of her defiance and strength, making it an important symbol throughout the story.

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  • 11. 

    Why was the guy shot on the Victory Tour?

    • A.

      He killed himself

    • B.

      He tried to shoot Katniss

    • C.

      He whistled Prim's tune

    • D.

      He was mad at Peeta

    Correct Answer
    C. He whistled Prim's tune
    Explanation
    The guy was shot on the Victory Tour because he whistled Prim's tune. Whistling Prim's tune is a symbol of rebellion against the Capitol, as it is associated with Katniss and her defiance. The Capitol sees any form of rebellion as a threat to their control, so they responded by shooting the guy as a warning to others.

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  • 12. 

    What were the names of the two people Katniss met in the woods?

    • A.

      Mary and Rue

    • B.

      John and Prim

    • C.

      Lisa and Kim

    • D.

      Twill and Bonnie

    Correct Answer
    D. Twill and Bonnie
    Explanation
    Twill and Bonnie are the correct names of the two people Katniss met in the woods. The other options, Mary and Rue, John and Prim, and Lisa and Kim, are not the correct names of the characters Katniss encountered in the woods. Therefore, the correct answer is Twill and Bonnie.

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  • 13. 

    Who is Katniss' designer?

    • A.

      Cinna

    • B.

      Haymitch

    • C.

      Effie

    • D.

      Finnik

    Correct Answer
    A. Cinna
    Explanation
    Katniss' designer is Cinna.

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  • 14. 

    Who is captured by the hovercraft when the arena explodes?

    • A.

      Katniss

    • B.

      Haymitch

    • C.

      Cinna

    • D.

      Madge

    Correct Answer
    A. Katniss
    Explanation
    Katniss is captured by the hovercraft when the arena explodes. This event occurs during the 75th Hunger Games, also known as the Quarter Quell, where the arena is designed to be a clock-like structure. When the arena is destroyed, Katniss is taken by the hovercraft, which belongs to the Capitol. This is a pivotal moment in the story as it leads to her being rescued and taken to District 13, where she becomes a symbol of rebellion against the Capitol.

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  • 15. 

    What does Peeta say Katniss was during the interview?

    • A.

      Fat

    • B.

      Ugly

    • C.

      Pregnant

    • D.

      Silly

    Correct Answer
    C. Pregnant
    Explanation
    Peeta says that Katniss was pregnant during the interview.

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  • 16. 

    Gale's nickname for Katniss is

    Correct Answer
    Catnip
    Explanation
    Gale's nickname for Katniss is "Catnip" because in the Hunger Games series, Catnip is a plant that grows in the wild and is known for its ability to attract and intoxicate cats. This nickname reflects Gale's fondness for Katniss and his perception of her as someone who is strong, independent, and capable of captivating others with her skills and presence, just like the plant.

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  • 17. 

    The arena is made to act like a

    Correct Answer
    clock
    Explanation
    The given answer "clock" suggests that the arena is designed to function or behave in a similar way to a clock. This implies that the arena has specific mechanisms or features that allow it to measure and display the passage of time, just like a clock does. However, without further context or information about the arena, it is difficult to provide a more detailed explanation.

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  • 18. 

    Katniss' wedding dress turned into a

    Correct Answer
    mockingjay
    Explanation
    In the book series "The Hunger Games" by Suzanne Collins, the mockingjay is a symbol of rebellion against the oppressive Capitol. Katniss Everdeen, the protagonist, becomes a symbol of hope and defiance, and her wedding dress is transformed into a mockingjay costume during a pivotal moment in the story. This transformation represents Katniss embracing her role as the Mockingjay, the symbol of the rebellion, and signifies her defiance against the Capitol's control.

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  • 19. 

    After 25 years the Hunger Games is called the

    Correct Answer
    Quarter Quell
    Explanation
    In the Hunger Games series, the Quarter Quell is a special edition of the games that takes place every 25 years. It is a significant event where the rules of the games are altered and unique challenges are introduced. Therefore, after 25 years, the Hunger Games is referred to as the Quarter Quell.

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  • 20. 

    Katniss blows up the arena force field by using a piece of

    Correct Answer
    wire
    Explanation
    Katniss blows up the arena force field by using a piece of wire. This suggests that wire can be used as a tool to create an explosion or break through barriers. It implies that wire can be manipulated and utilized in a destructive manner, highlighting its potential as a weapon or tool for sabotage.

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  • 21. 

    How do the events of the Victory Tour affect Katniss and Peeta, their relationship to each other, and their feelings about their future?

  • 22. 

    Why does the Capitol devise a special reaping procedure for the Quarter Quell? Do you believe the requirements for this Quarter Quell were decided in the past or were they designed for this Game to force Katniss and Peeta back to the Arena?

  • 23. 

    What is the significance of the mockingjay image? What does it mean to the people in the Districts and the people in the Capitol? Why does Plutarch Heavensbee show Katniss the hidden mockingjay image on his watch? Discuss how the mockingjay species developed and how Katniss happened to wear the pin during the first Games.

  • 24. 

    How did Katniss’s participation in the Games change her relationship with Gale? Why does she say, “The Games have spoiled even that…There’s no going back.”

  • 25. 

    Why does President Snow come to Katniss’s home? What does he mean when he says, “you have provided a spark which left unattended may grow into an inferno....” What, exactly, was the significance of the handful of poisonous berries at the end of The Hunger Games?

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