Hunger Games 12-15 Quiz

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  • 1. 

    Chapter 13 - When Katniss wakes up, what is wrong with the trees?

    • A.

      They are talking to her

    • B.

      They are covered in snow

    • C.

      They are full of enemies

    • D.

      They are on fire

    Correct Answer
    D. They are on fire
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "They are on fire." This is evident from the phrase "what is wrong with the trees?" which implies that there is something abnormal or problematic about the trees. The fact that they are on fire indicates that they are in a dangerous state and not functioning normally.

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  • 2. 

    Chapter 13 - Who or what caused the fire and why? 

    • A.

      Heymitch started it when he was drunk

    • B.

      The Gamemakers because they wanted to push the tributes closer together

    • C.

      A careless tribute who let the fire get out of control

    • D.

      The Gamemakers because they wanted to make it more entertaining and push the tributes close together

    Correct Answer
    D. The Gamemakers because they wanted to make it more entertaining and push the tributes close together
    Explanation
    The correct answer is that the Gamemakers caused the fire because they wanted to make the Games more entertaining and push the tributes closer together. This explanation suggests that the Gamemakers intentionally started the fire as a means of manipulating the tributes and creating a more intense and dangerous environment for the Games. By pushing the tributes closer together, the Gamemakers increase the likelihood of conflict and create more excitement for the audience.

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  • 3. 

    Chapter 13 - How does Katniss escape the fire?

    • A.

      She finds a deep hole and buries herself in it

    • B.

      She climbs a very tall tree

    • C.

      She finds a pool of water

    • D.

      She uses her secret powers and flies away

    Correct Answer
    C. She finds a pool of water
    Explanation
    In order to escape the fire, Katniss finds a pool of water. Water can be a source of protection against fire as it can provide a barrier between the flames and the person. By submerging herself in the pool of water, Katniss is able to shield herself from the heat and flames, allowing her to survive the dangerous situation.

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  • 4. 

    Chapter 13 - What part of Katniss’s body gets injured by a fireball? 

    • A.

      Her arm

    • B.

      Her leg

    • C.

      Her ear

    • D.

      Her foot

    Correct Answer
    B. Her leg
    Explanation
    In Chapter 13 of the book, Katniss gets injured by a fireball. The correct answer is "Her leg." This is supported by the information given in the question, which states that a fireball injures a part of Katniss's body. Since the options provided are "arm," "leg," "ear," and "foot," the correct answer is "leg" as it is the only body part mentioned in the options that could be injured by a fireball.

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  • 5. 

    Chapter 13 - Where does Katniss go to escape the Careers? 

    • A.

      Under a rock

    • B.

      Nowhere. She stays and fights them all

    • C.

      Up a tree

    • D.

      In a cave

    Correct Answer
    C. Up a tree
    Explanation
    In order to escape the Careers, Katniss goes up a tree. Climbing a tree provides her with a strategic advantage as it allows her to stay hidden and out of their reach. By going up a tree, she can observe their movements and plan her next move accordingly. This decision demonstrates Katniss's resourcefulness and ability to think quickly in dangerous situations.

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  • 6. 

    Chapter 14 - What secret does Rue tell Katniss about? 

    • A.

      That there's a tracker jacker nest over head

    • B.

      That she knows how to kill the Careers

    • C.

      That she's scared

    • D.

      That she's craving pizza

    Correct Answer
    A. That there's a tracker jacker nest over head
    Explanation
    Rue tells Katniss that there is a tracker jacker nest overhead. This means that there is a nest of genetically modified wasps that can cause hallucinations and severe pain if disturbed. This information is crucial for Katniss as it helps her avoid the dangerous nest and stay safe.

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  • 7. 

    Chapter 14 - How does Katniss think she can hurt the Careers? What is her plan?

    • A.

      She will shoot them with her bow and arrow

    • B.

      She will unleash mockingjays on them

    • C.

      She will drop the tracker jacker nest on them

    • D.

      She will sing to them until they can't take it anymore

    Correct Answer
    C. She will drop the tracker jacker nest on them
    Explanation
    Katniss believes that she can hurt the Careers by dropping a tracker jacker nest on them. Tracker jackers are genetically modified wasps that are highly aggressive and have a venomous sting. When disturbed, they attack and can cause hallucinations, intense pain, and even death. By releasing a nest of tracker jackers on the Careers, Katniss hopes to incapacitate or eliminate them, giving her an advantage in the Hunger Games.

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  • 8. 

    Chapter 14 - Why does Katniss need to enact her plan during the Anthem? 

    • A.

      So the Careers won't hear her sawing the branch

    • B.

      Because it is disrespectful to do it before

    • C.

      Because it takes her a long time to gather her courage

    Correct Answer
    A. So the Careers won't hear her sawing the branch
    Explanation
    Katniss needs to enact her plan during the Anthem so that the Careers, who are her main competitors, won't hear her sawing the branch. By waiting until the Anthem is playing, she can take advantage of the loud music to mask the noise she makes while cutting the branch. This gives her a better chance of remaining undetected and increases her chances of successfully executing her plan without alerting the Careers to her presence.

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  • 9. 

    Chapter 14 - What does her sponsor give her?

    • A.

      A parachute

    • B.

      Water

    • C.

      Ointment

    • D.

      Chocolate

    Correct Answer
    C. Ointment
    Explanation
    The correct answer is ointment because in Chapter 14, the sponsor gives her ointment.

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  • 10. 

    Chapter 14 - What happens to Glimmer?

    • A.

      She is killed by Cato during an argument

    • B.

      She betrays Peeta

    • C.

      She hurts Katniss

    • D.

      She is badly attacked by tracker jackers

    Correct Answer
    D. She is badly attacked by tracker jackers
    Explanation
    In Chapter 14, Glimmer is badly attacked by tracker jackers. Tracker jackers are genetically engineered wasps that have hallucinogenic venom. They are known to be extremely aggressive and their stings can cause severe pain and even death. Glimmer's attack by tracker jackers is a pivotal moment in the story as it leads to her eventual demise.

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  • 11. 

    Chapter 14 - What does Katniss steal from Glimmer? 

    • A.

      Food

    • B.

      Bow and arrows

    • C.

      Medicine

    • D.

      Machete

    Correct Answer
    B. Bow and arrows
    Explanation
    Katniss steals bow and arrows from Glimmer. This is evident in Chapter 14 of the book. The bow and arrows are essential for Katniss as they are her primary weapons and tools for survival in the Hunger Games. By taking them from Glimmer, Katniss increases her chances of staying alive and being able to hunt for food and defend herself against other tributes.

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  • 12. 

    Chapter 14 - Why is Katniss hallucinating when she encounters Peeta and Cato? 

    • A.

      She's really hungry

    • B.

      She was stung by tracker jackers

    • C.

      She's delirious with love for Peeta

    • D.

      She is going crazy

    Correct Answer
    B. She was stung by tracker jackers
    Explanation
    In the book, "The Hunger Games," tracker jackers are genetically engineered wasps that have a venomous sting. When Katniss encounters Peeta and Cato, she is hallucinating because she was stung by tracker jackers. The venom from the stings causes her to have vivid and distorted visions, leading to her hallucinations. This is a significant plot point in the story as it adds to the suspense and challenges that Katniss faces during the Games.

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  • 13. 

    Chapter 15 - We can infer that Katniss' plan against the Careers would be effective because...

    • A.

      They won't last long with out food and supplies

    • B.

      It will make them more vulnerable

    • C.

      It will even the playing field

    • D.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the above
    Explanation
    Katniss' plan against the Careers would be effective because all of the above reasons are true. Without food and supplies, the Careers would not be able to sustain themselves for long, making them vulnerable. Additionally, Katniss' plan would even the playing field by reducing the advantage the Careers have due to their superior training and resources. Therefore, considering all these factors, it can be inferred that Katniss' plan would be effective against the Careers.

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  • 14. 

    Chapter 15 - What job do the people in Rue’s District do? And what is their quality of life?

    • A.

      Farming and harvesting. Often hungry. Tough life.

    • B.

      Fishing. Moderately wealthy. Not too hard a lifestyle.

    • C.

      Coal miners. Very poor. Tough life.

    • D.

      Nuclear engineers. Difficult job. Very wealthy.

    Correct Answer
    A. Farming and harvesting. Often hungry. Tough life.
    Explanation
    The people in Rue's District work in farming and harvesting. They often experience hunger and have a tough life. This suggests that their job is physically demanding and does not provide them with enough resources to have a comfortable lifestyle.

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  • 15. 

    Chapter 15 - What is the important detail that Katniss learns about her supplies from Rue? 

    • A.

      That she actually has poisoned tipped arrows

    • B.

      That she actually has a magical herbal potion

    • C.

      That she actually has night vision googles

    • D.

      That she actually has more food than she thought

    Correct Answer
    C. That she actually has night vision googles
    Explanation
    Katniss learns an important detail about her supplies from Rue, which is that she actually has night vision goggles. This implies that Katniss now has an advantage in low-light situations, as she can see clearly while her opponents may struggle. This information could potentially be crucial in survival and combat situations during the Hunger Games.

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  • 16. 

    Chapter 14 - When Peeta tells Katniss to run and hide from the Careers, what can we infer?

    • A.

      He is going to betray her later

    • B.

      He cares about her survival

    • C.

      He is scared to hurt her

    • D.

      He thinks that she will hurt the Careers

    Correct Answer
    B. He cares about her survival
    Explanation
    Based on the given information, we can infer that Peeta cares about Katniss' survival. This is because he advises her to run and hide from the Careers, indicating that he wants her to stay safe and avoid any potential harm.

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  • 17. 

    Chapter 15 - What is the plan that Katniss' forms? 

    • A.

      To shoot all the Careers with her bow and arrows

    • B.

      To drop tracker jackers into the Careers camp

    • C.

      To run and hide with Rue until the end of the Games

    • D.

      To destroy the Careers food and supplies

    Correct Answer
    D. To destroy the Careers food and supplies
    Explanation
    In this chapter, Katniss forms a plan to destroy the Careers' food and supplies. This is a strategic move to weaken the Careers and gain an advantage in the Games. By eliminating their access to food and resources, Katniss hopes to level the playing field and increase her chances of survival. This plan demonstrates Katniss' resourcefulness and determination to outsmart her opponents.

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  • 18. 

    Chapter 15 - Katniss learns that Peeta is no longer with the Careers from Rue. What can we infer from this?

    • A.

      That he is probably dead

    • B.

      That saving Katniss' life cost him his alliance with the Careers

    • C.

      That Peeta has made new alliances

    • D.

      That Peeta is hallucinating from tracker jacker stings

    Correct Answer
    B. That saving Katniss' life cost him his alliance with the Careers
    Explanation
    From Rue's statement, we can infer that Peeta is no longer with the Careers because saving Katniss' life caused him to lose his alliance with them. This suggests that Peeta prioritized Katniss' well-being over his alliance, showing his loyalty and willingness to protect her.

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