# Final Quiz Over The Hunger Games By Suzanne Collins

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Final Quiz over The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins! What an adventure this work of fiction gave our class! Time to test your knowledge of Katniss' story.

• 1.

### Who wrote The Hunger Games?

• A.

Susie Collins

• B.

Mrs. Kandido

• C.

Suzanne Collins

• D.

Austin Greenfield

• E.

Sarah Collins

C. Suzanne Collins
Explanation
Suzanne Collins wrote The Hunger Games.

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• 2.

### A boy and a girl are reaped from each of the districts to begin the hunger games. How many tributes start the games?

• A.

12

• B.

16

• C.

20

• D.

24

• E.

28

D. 24
Explanation
In the Hunger Games, a boy and a girl are selected as tributes from each district. Since there are 12 districts in total, we need to multiply the number of districts by 2 (one boy and one girl) to determine the number of tributes. Therefore, 12 districts x 2 tributes per district equals 24 tributes in total.

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• 3.

### What is the age range for the tributes whose names are reaped for the hunger games?

• A.

8-14 years

• B.

9-15 years

• C.

10-16 years

• D.

11-17 years

• E.

12-18 years

E. 12-18 years
Explanation
The age range for the tributes whose names are reaped for the hunger games is 12-18 years. This means that any tribute selected to participate in the hunger games must be between the ages of 12 and 18.

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• 4.

### Is The Hunger Games fiction or non-fiction?

• A.

Fiction

• B.

Non-fiction

A. Fiction
Explanation
The Hunger Games is a work of fiction because it is a dystopian novel that presents a fictional world and storyline. It is set in a future where a totalitarian government forces children to participate in a televised battle to the death. The events, characters, and settings in the book are all products of the author's imagination and not based on real events or people.

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• 5.

### A good way to describe The Hunger Games would be...

• A.

A true story about star-crossed lovers

• B.

A story about fighting and survival of the fittest.

• C.

A story about food and emaciated people

• D.

A story that mixes reality show competition and news coverage of war stories.

• E.

Both A and D

D. A story that mixes reality show competition and news coverage of war stories.
Explanation
The correct answer is "A story that mixes reality show competition and news coverage of war stories." This answer accurately captures the essence of The Hunger Games, which is a dystopian novel and film series set in a post-apocalyptic world where young people are forced to compete in a televised battle to the death. The story combines elements of reality show competition, as the participants are chosen through a lottery system and their actions are broadcasted for entertainment, and news coverage of war stories, as the games are a brutal fight for survival.

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• 6.

### The twelve districts and the capitol are located in what nation?

• A.

Panem

• B.

Appalachia

• C.

The United States

• D.

Omaha

• E.

None of the above.

A. Panem
Explanation
Panem is the correct answer because it is the fictional nation in which the twelve districts and the capitol are located. This is the setting of the popular dystopian novel series "The Hunger Games" by Suzanne Collins. The story takes place in a post-apocalyptic future where Panem is the dominant nation and the districts are controlled by the oppressive capitol. The United States, Omaha, and Appalachia are not relevant to the context of the question.

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• 7.

### Before the games started, how did Peeta know Katniss?

• A.

Peeta is a boy whom Katniss knows from school and who once saved Katniss's life by giving her bread when her family was starving.

• B.

Peeta and Katniss did not know each other before the games began.

• C.

Peeta is a boy whom Katniss knows from school.

• D.

Peeta is a boy with whom Katniss hunted for food, even though it was illegal.

• E.

Peeta is a boy whom Katniss knows because she has a crush on him.

A. Peeta is a boy whom Katniss knows from school and who once saved Katniss's life by giving her bread when her family was starving.
Explanation
Peeta knew Katniss before the games started because they both attended the same school. Additionally, Peeta had saved Katniss's life by giving her bread when her family was starving, which further solidified their connection. This background information establishes their pre-existing relationship and adds depth to their interactions throughout the story.

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• 8.

### What is the rule that was changed by the Game Makers mid-way through the book?

• A.

That districts could buy gifts for tributes that were not from their own district.

• B.

That instead of one tribute, two could win if they were from the same district.

• C.

That feasts would not be food but backpacks filled with necessary items

• D.

That poisonous berries would be in the arena.

• E.

That muttations would be 1/2 dog 1/2 dead tribute.

B. That instead of one tribute, two could win if they were from the same district.
Explanation
The rule that was changed by the Game Makers mid-way through the book is that instead of one tribute, two could win if they were from the same district.

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• 9.

### What was the name of Katniss' ally before Peeta was?

• A.

Prim

• B.

Rue

• C.

Foxface

• D.

Glimmer

• E.

Zitlaly

B. Rue
Explanation
Rue was the name of Katniss' ally before Peeta. In the Hunger Games, Rue was a young girl from District 11 who formed a bond with Katniss during the games. They became allies and worked together to survive. Rue's death had a significant impact on Katniss and played a role in her rebellion against the Capitol.

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• 10.

### What is the name of the drunk, Hunger Games winner from Katniss' district with whom she has more in common than she initially thought?

• A.

Cinna

• B.

Gale Hawthorne

• C.

Flavius

• D.

Haymitch Abernathy

• E.

Avox

D. Haymitch Abernathy
Explanation
Haymitch Abernathy is the correct answer because he is the drunk, Hunger Games winner from Katniss' district. Initially, Katniss sees Haymitch as unreliable and useless due to his alcoholism. However, as the story progresses, she realizes that they have more in common than she initially thought. Haymitch becomes her mentor and helps her navigate the challenges of the Hunger Games, ultimately becoming a crucial ally in her fight against the Capitol.

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• 11.

### What is the name of the tribute who fits this description?The female tribute from District Five. She is the second to last tribute to die, after Thresh's death, but before Cato's. Clever and evasive, she uses ingenious strategies, such as hiding in the Cornucopia at the feast, to avoid capture and survive. She avoids contact with other tributes, but relies on them for food - she steals just enough food to survive, but not so much to arouse suspicion. She dies after taking and eating poisonous berries that Peeta has gathered, which he mistakenly believed not to be poisonous and which he had intended to eat himself.

• A.

Clove

• B.

Foxface

• C.

Rue

• D.

Glimmer

• E.

Effie

B. Foxface
Explanation
Foxface is the correct answer because she fits the description given in the question. She is the female tribute from District Five and is known for her clever and evasive strategies to survive in the Hunger Games. She avoids contact with other tributes but relies on them for food. She dies after eating poisonous berries that Peeta had gathered, mistaking them for non-poisonous berries.

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• 12.

### What character in the book fits this description:A servant girl whose tongue was cut off for being a traitor. She has red hair, porcelain skin and striking features. Because of her inability to speak, Katniss does not know her name or anything about her. Katniss recognized her from when she and Gale witnessed the girl's capture and the death of her friend, and Katniss later speculates that she is a runaway from the Capitol.

• A.

Effie

• B.

Prim

• C.

Clove

• D.

Avox

• E.

Glimmer

D. Avox
Explanation
In the book, there is a character described as a servant girl with red hair, porcelain skin, and striking features. This girl had her tongue cut off for being a traitor, and because she cannot speak, Katniss does not know her name or anything about her. Katniss recognizes her from when she and Gale witnessed her capture and the death of her friend. Katniss speculates that she is a runaway from the Capitol. This character is referred to as an "Avox" in the book.

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• 13.

### Which character does this description fit?The female tribute from District 2. She expects she will win the games, teaming up with Cato. She is arrogant, strong and skilled at throwing knives, collecting a jacketfull of them throughout the games. She teams up with the other Careers, and her main scene is the Feast, where she threatens Katniss with her life. Thresh hits her in the temple with a rock, causing her death.

• A.

Prim

• B.

Clove

• C.

Foxface

• D.

Rue

• E.

Katniss

B. Clove
Explanation
Clove is the correct answer because the description matches her character from the Hunger Games series. She is the female tribute from District 2 and is known for her arrogance, strength, and skill in throwing knives. She forms an alliance with Cato and the other Careers and participates in the Feast, where she threatens Katniss. Her death occurs when Thresh hits her in the temple with a rock.

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• 14.

### Which character in the book does this passage describe?The female tribute from District 11. She was the eldest of six children and worked in the orchards for her district, whose job was to grow agriculture for the Capitol and other districts. Her love of music inspired her to teach Katniss a simple, 4-note melody which she used to signal quitting time in the orchards back home. Rue impressed and amused Katniss with her skill in jumping from tree to tree.  Her final dying request was for Katniss to sing a song for her. Katniss sang a lullaby and later covered her body in flowers. She formed an alliance with Katniss and was later killed.  Besides this, she was similar in appearance and size to Katniss's sister Prim, which played a major factor in Katniss deciding to team up with her.

• A.

Iqra

• B.

Effie

• C.

Foxface

• D.

Rue

• E.

Gabrielle

D. Rue
Explanation
The passage describes Rue, the female tribute from District 11. She is the eldest of six children and works in the orchards for her district. Rue teaches Katniss a simple, 4-note melody to signal quitting time in the orchards. She impresses and amuses Katniss with her skill in jumping from tree to tree. Rue's dying request is for Katniss to sing a song for her, and Katniss later covers her body in flowers. Rue forms an alliance with Katniss but is eventually killed. The passage also mentions that Rue is similar in appearance and size to Katniss's sister Prim, which influences Katniss's decision to team up with her.

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• 15.

### The cover of The Hunger Games is black, featuring a gold bird with an arrow inscribed in a circle. This is an image of the pin given to Katniss by the Mayor's daughter, Madge Undersee. It is a genetically altered bird that can mimic human voice. What is it?

• A.

Mockingbird

• B.

Beveridge Bulldog

• C.

Bluejay

• D.

Hummingbird

• E.

Mockingjay

E. Mockingjay
Explanation
The correct answer is Mockingjay. The explanation for this answer is that the image on the cover of The Hunger Games is a gold bird with an arrow inscribed in a circle, which is the pin given to Katniss by Madge Undersee. This pin represents the Mockingjay, a genetically altered bird that can mimic human voice. Therefore, the correct answer is Mockingjay.

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• 16.

### In the book, Katniss mentions "steeling herself" against the situations in the arena and how many people who live in the Districts learn to "steel themselves" against hunger and the atrocities of life. What does "steeling" yourself mean?

• A.

To take illegally

• B.

To be a thief

• C.

To make nerves strong so you don't show weakness

• D.

To eat a metal-like substance so you aren't as hungry.

• E.

Both A and B.

C. To make nerves strong so you don't show weakness
Explanation
"Steeling yourself" means to mentally prepare oneself and make one's nerves strong so that they do not show weakness in difficult or challenging situations. This phrase is often used to describe the act of mentally fortifying oneself to face adversity or hardship without displaying vulnerability or fear. In the context of the book, Katniss mentions "steeling herself" to highlight the strength and resilience required to survive in the dangerous arena and the harsh realities of life in the Districts.

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• 17.

### What does it mean when a picture of a tribute's face is shown in the sky after a cannon shot?

• A.

• B.

That the tribute has been injured and is bleeding.

• C.

That the tribute has located a source of food.

• D.

• E.

That the tribute has been changed into a muttation

D. The the tribute is dead and about to be hover-crafted away.
Explanation
When a picture of a tribute's face is shown in the sky after a cannon shot, it indicates that the tribute is dead and about to be hover-crafted away. This is a common practice in the Hunger Games, where the death of a tribute is announced by projecting their image in the sky as a way to honor and remember them.

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• 18.

### What is a tracker-jacker?

• A.

A mutation like the Mockingjay, but is a bee with a large stinger than can also sing

• B.

A mutation that is half dog-half tribute.

• C.

A mutation of a wasp that can follow anyone who tries to harm it.

• D.

A mutation of a human that has no tongue.

• E.

A mutation of a berry that is poisonous

C. A mutation of a wasp that can follow anyone who tries to harm it.
Explanation
A tracker-jacker is a mutation of a wasp that has the ability to track and follow anyone who tries to harm it. This mutation is known for its aggressive behavior and its ability to inflict painful stings. It is a dangerous creature that is often used as a weapon in the Hunger Games series.

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• 19.

### What does a "hollow day" mean?

• A.

A day with no deaths during the games.

• B.

A day with no food--a hollow tummy.

• C.

A day when Katniss and Peeta sleep in an empy cave.

• D.

A day that no matter how much you eat, you are still hungry.

• E.

A day that when you eat, you are always full.

D. A day that no matter how much you eat, you are still hungry.
• 20.

### Katniss and the Career Tributes have a pair of special glasses. What makes them special?

• A.

They allow you to see through people's thoughts.

• B.

They allow you to see the future.

• C.

They allow you to see at night.

• D.

They allow you to see where the food is in the arena

• E.

They allow you to see 15 miles in front of you.

C. They allow you to see at night.
Explanation
The special glasses that Katniss and the Career Tributes have allow them to see at night. This ability is particularly useful in the Hunger Games arena, where visibility can be limited in the dark. Being able to see at night gives them an advantage over their opponents, as they can navigate and strategize more effectively in low-light conditions.

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• 21.

### Who isn't hungry in the Hunger Games?

• A.

Rue

• B.

Peeta

• C.

The Career Tributes

• D.

Tracker Jackers

• E.

Muttations

C. The Career Tributes
Explanation
The Career Tributes are not hungry in the Hunger Games because they are trained in combat and survival skills, and they have access to ample resources and supplies in the arena. Unlike the other participants, who may struggle to find food and resources, the Career Tributes are well-prepared and well-fed, giving them an advantage in the competition.

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• 22.

### Which tribute is an expert in camouflage? (Hint: This tribute was so good at camouflage, Katniss was standing over him and didn't even know it!)

• A.

Cato

• B.

Thresh

• C.

Gale

• D.

Peeta

• E.

Josh

D. Peeta
Explanation
Peeta is the correct answer because he is known for his exceptional skills in camouflage. The hint provided in the question refers to a scene in the Hunger Games where Katniss, the protagonist, is unable to spot Peeta even though he is right under her. This demonstrates Peeta's expertise in blending into his surroundings and remaining unseen.

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• 23.

### Just like Romeo and Juliet, Katniss and Peeta are considered star-crossed lovers. What does it mean to be star-crossed lovers?

• A.

A pair of lovers who attempt suicide

• B.

A pair of lovers who secretly want to kill each other instead.

• C.

A pair of lovers who don't know they are in love yet.

• D.

A pair of lovers whose relationship is said to be doomed from the start, often the end is tragic

• E.

A pair of lovers who dislike authority.

D. A pair of lovers whose relationship is said to be doomed from the start, often the end is tragic
• 24.

### What is this called?

• A.

Food

• B.

• C.

Thanksgiving

• D.

Cornucopia

• E.

Fruits and Vegetables

D. Cornucopia
Explanation
A cornucopia is a symbol of abundance and plenty, often depicted as a horn-shaped basket overflowing with fruits, vegetables, and other harvest-related items. It is commonly associated with Thanksgiving and represents the bountiful harvest and blessings of the season.

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• 25.

### Katniss and Peeta both use the bottle of iodine. What do they use it for?

• A.

To clean wounds

• B.

To make the lake and stream's water drinkable

• C.

To poison Foxface

• D.

To kill muttations

• E.

To kill tracker jackers

B. To make the lake and stream's water drinkable
Explanation
Katniss and Peeta use the bottle of iodine to make the lake and stream's water drinkable.

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• 26.

### Once Thresh was killed by the muttations, why did it take so long for the Capital to announce that Katniss and Peeta won the hunger games?

• A.

The Capitol residents were all busy placing and paying bets.

• B.

The arena's speakers were not working.

• C.

Katniss and Peeta did not win.

• D.

The Capitol couldn't believe Peeta and Katniss had won.

• E.

They were going to announce the revocation of the new rule.

E. They were going to announce the revocation of the new rule.
Explanation
The correct answer is "They were going to announce the revocation of the new rule." After Thresh was killed, the Capitol was planning to announce the revocation of the new rule that allowed both Katniss and Peeta to win the Hunger Games. This rule change was unexpected and went against the Capitol's usual practice of having only one winner. The Capitol needed time to decide how to handle the situation and make an announcement that would not undermine their authority.

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• 27.

### What didn't Katniss know about until the final interview that was broadcast live?

• A.

That Cinna really loved her.

• B.

That Peeta really loved her.

• C.

That Gale really loved her.

• D.

That Peeta's leg was amputated.

• E.

That she was going to be President.

D. That Peeta's leg was amputated.
Explanation
Katniss didn't know that Peeta's leg was amputated until the final interview that was broadcast live. This suggests that this information was kept hidden from her until that moment.

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• 28.

### Why is Katniss so shocked by the muttations?

• A.

They have 4 inch long claws!

• B.

They have green eyes!

• C.

They are the dead tributes reincarnated as dogs!

• D.

They are so ugly!

• E.

They are so scary and too many of them!

C. They are the dead tributes reincarnated as dogs!
Explanation
Katniss is shocked by the muttations because they are the dead tributes reincarnated as dogs. This revelation is horrifying to her as it means that the Capitol has manipulated the dead tributes' bodies, turning them into vicious creatures. It is a disturbing and unsettling concept for Katniss, as she is faced with the realization that even in death, the tributes are not allowed to rest in peace. The muttations serve as a reminder of the Capitol's cruelty and lack of respect for human life.

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• 29.

### Katniss and Peeta won, so they will be neighbors to who in the Victor's Village of District 12?

• A.

Katniss' mother and Peeta's father

• B.

Gale

• C.

Cinna

• D.

Haymitch Abernathy

• E.

Effie

D. Haymitch Abernathy
Explanation
Katniss and Peeta won the Hunger Games, which means they will be given a house in the Victor's Village of District 12. The Victor's Village is a special area reserved for the winners of the Hunger Games, and each victor gets their own house. Since Haymitch Abernathy is also a previous winner from District 12, it is likely that Katniss and Peeta will be neighbors with him in the Victor's Village.

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• 30.

### Peeta inadvertently killed Foxface with the poisonous berries. What does inadvertently mean?

• A.

Purposefully; intentionally; on purpose

• B.

With malicious thoughts

• C.

Not intentionally; by accident; did not pay attention to it

• D.

Forced her

• E.

He was an idiot, his stupidity was evident

C. Not intentionally; by accident; did not pay attention to it
Explanation
The word "inadvertently" means that something was done unintentionally or by accident, without paying attention to it. In this context, it suggests that Peeta did not purposely or intentionally kill Foxface with the poisonous berries, but rather it happened accidentally or without him realizing the consequences of his actions.

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• 31.

### True or False:Katniss Everdeen's name was drawn in the reaping to be a tribute in the Hunger Games.

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
Explanation
The statement is false because Katniss Everdeen's name was indeed drawn in the reaping to be a tribute in the Hunger Games.

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• 32.

### What keeps Cato alive for so long when he is at the bottom of the cornucopia with the attacking muttations?

• A.

Luck

• B.

Body Armor

• C.

Berries

• D.

Katniss

• E.

Peeta

B. Body Armor
Explanation
Cato is able to survive for so long at the bottom of the cornucopia with the attacking muttations because he is wearing body armor. This protective gear shields him from the muttations' attacks, giving him an advantage and allowing him to stay alive.

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• 33.

### Where does Katniss choose to sleep during the early part of the Hunger Games?

• A.

In a cave

• B.

In the stream

• C.

In the cornucopia

• D.

In a tree

• E.

In the tent from her orange backpack

D. In a tree
Explanation
During the early part of the Hunger Games, Katniss chooses to sleep in a tree. This decision allows her to stay hidden and out of reach from potential threats on the ground. Sleeping in a tree also provides her with a vantage point to observe her surroundings and plan her next moves strategically. By choosing to sleep in a tree, Katniss increases her chances of survival by minimizing the risk of being discovered by other tributes.

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• 34.

### What was NOT an injury Katniss faced during the hunger games?

• A.

Burned

• B.

Knife-wound

• C.

Tracker-Jacker sting

• D.

Poisoned with berries

• E.

Both A and B

D. Poisoned with berries
Explanation
During the Hunger Games, Katniss faced various injuries such as being burned, sustaining knife wounds, and being stung by Tracker-Jackers. However, she was not poisoned with berries. This is evident from the fact that Katniss and Peeta used the berries as a strategy to threaten the Capitol into allowing them both to win the games.

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• 35.

### True or False?Katniss' best skill is as an archer with bows and arrows at a distance.

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
Katniss' best skill is being an archer with bows and arrows at a distance. This means that she excels in using a bow and arrow to hit targets from a far distance. This skill is showcased throughout the Hunger Games series, where Katniss demonstrates her accuracy, precision, and ability to hit targets with her bow and arrow. Her proficiency in archery plays a significant role in her survival and success in the games.

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• 36.

### True or False:Peeta's best skill is his camouflaging ability.

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
Peeta's best skill being his camouflaging ability means that he is exceptionally good at blending in with his surroundings, making it difficult for others to spot him. This skill could be useful in situations where he needs to hide or remain unnoticed.

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• 37.

### True or False:Katniss Everdeen was a real person and The Hunger Games is a true story.

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
Explanation
The statement is false because Katniss Everdeen is a fictional character from the book series "The Hunger Games" written by Suzanne Collins. The Hunger Games is a work of fiction and not based on a true story.

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• 38.

### What was the name of Katniss and Peeta's stylist?

• A.

Effie

• B.

Haymitch

• C.

Cinna

• D.

Mrs. Kandido

• E.

Austin

C. Cinna
Explanation
Cinna is the correct answer because he was the stylist for Katniss and Peeta in the Hunger Games series. He played a crucial role in their image and presentation during the games, helping them gain favor with the audience and sponsors. Cinna's unique and innovative designs made a significant impact on their success in the arena.

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• 39.

### Which of the following is NOT genetically altered in The Hunger Games?

• A.

Mockingjay

• B.

Cat

• C.

Muttations

• D.

Dog

• E.

Both B and D

E. Both B and D
Explanation
In The Hunger Games, both the cat and the dog are genetically altered. This is evident from the presence of muttations, which are genetically modified creatures, in the story. Therefore, the correct answer is "Both B and D" because both the cat and the dog are genetically altered in the book.

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• 40.

### From what District is Katniss and Peeta?

• A.

District 13

• B.

District 12

• C.

District 11

• D.

District 9

• E.

District 2

B. District 12
Explanation
Katniss and Peeta are from District 12. This is evident from the context of the question, which asks about the district they are from. Additionally, their affiliation with District 12 is a significant aspect of the story in the popular book and film series "The Hunger Games."

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• 41.

### Katniss is so emaciated, you can easily see her ribs. What does emaciated mean?

• A.

Malnourished

• B.

Well-fed

• C.

Without enough nutrients and vitamins

• D.

Beautiful

• E.

Both A and C

E. Both A and C
Explanation
Emaciated means being extremely thin and weak due to lack of proper nutrition and essential nutrients. This can be seen in Katniss as her ribs are easily visible, indicating her malnourished state. Therefore, options A (malnourished) and C (without enough nutrients and vitamins) both accurately describe the meaning of emaciated.

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• 42.

### This is where Katniss' motnher worked and why Katniss knew so much about medicine.

• A.

Walgreens

• B.

Apothecary

• C.

Grocery store

• D.

Doctor's office

• E.

WebMd

B. Apothecary
Explanation
The correct answer is apothecary. An apothecary is a person who prepares and sells medicines. The explanation suggests that Katniss' mother worked in an apothecary, which is why Katniss knew so much about medicine. This implies that Katniss gained knowledge and skills in medicine from her mother's work at the apothecary.

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• 43.

### What was Katniss' nickname due to her costume?

• A.

Girl on chariot

• B.

Girl on flags

• C.

Girl on fate

• D.

Girl on arrows

• E.

Girl on fire

E. Girl on fire
Explanation
Katniss' nickname was "Girl on fire" because during the opening ceremony of the Hunger Games, she wore a costume that was designed to look like she was engulfed in flames. This costume made her stand out and gained her the attention and admiration of the audience and the Capitol. The nickname "Girl on fire" symbolized her bravery, strength, and determination, as well as her rebellious spirit against the oppressive regime.

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• 44.

### What was Katniss' friend's name back home in the Seam, with whom she used to hunt (hint--he may be jealous of Peeta now.)

• A.

Flavius

• B.

Cato

• C.

Thresh

• D.

Gale

• E.

Haymitch

D. Gale
Explanation
Gale is the correct answer because he is Katniss' friend from the Seam who used to hunt with her. The hint suggests that Gale may be jealous of Peeta now, which is true as Gale develops feelings for Katniss throughout the series and becomes somewhat resentful of her relationship with Peeta.

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