The Hunger Games Characters Quiz Questions

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  • 1. 
     The Hunger Games is told from what point of view?   
    • A. 

      1st person

    • B. 

      2nd person

    • C. 

      3rd person

    • D. 

      3rd omniscient

  • 2. 
     How do you know if a series of adjectives are coordinate?   
    • A. 

      If you can switch the adjectives around and the sentence still makes sense

    • B. 

      If you cannot move the adjectives around

    • C. 

      If you can put “and” in between the adjectives and the sentence makes sense.

    • D. 

      Both A and C

  • 3. 
     “Let them come with their heavy, branch-breaking bodies.” (248) The adjectives heavy, branch-breaking bodies are what types of adjectives?       
    • A. 

      Cumulative

    • B. 

      Plural

    • C. 

      Coordinate

    • D. 

      Descriptive

  • 4. 
      “My family can either watch on that static-filled old clunker of a television at home or join the crowds in the square to watch on the big clear screens.” (280) How should the above coordinate adjectives be punctuated?   
    • A. 

      Static-filled old, clunker

    • B. 

      Big, clear

    • C. 

      Static filled, old clunker ; big, clear

    • D. 

      No changes necessary

  • 5. 
     Looking back, what details in chapter one proves to be the most important to the overall plot?   
    • A. 

      “This is the day of the reaping.”

    • B. 

      “The last thing I needed was another mouth to feed. But Prim begged so hard, cried even, I had to let him stay.”

    • C. 

      In the woods waits the only person with whom I can be myself, Gale.

    • D. 

      “(Effie Trinket) reads out the name in a clear voice…It’s Prim Everdeen.”

  • 6. 
     What did Peeta do a few months after Katniss’ father died that made Katniss feel indebted to Peeta?   
    • A. 

      He gave her two loaves of burned bread from his family’s bakery

    • B. 

      He made a clever bow and some arrows and gave them to Katniss

    • C. 

      He baked a cake for Prim’s birthday

    • D. 

      He gave Prim a goat

  • 7. 
     What defined Katniss’ costume for the opening ceremonies?   
    • A. 

      Two golden mocking jays that sat on her shoulders

    • B. 

      A pair of silvery gossamer wings attached to her dress

    • C. 

      A cape and matching head piece made of fire

    • D. 

      A coal miner’s hat with a searchlight on top

  • 8. 
     Where had Katniss seen the red-haired Avox before?   
    • A. 

      At the funeral of those who died in a mine explosion

    • B. 

      On T.V. , when the girl was a tribute for district 11

    • C. 

      On a wanted poster

    • D. 

      In the woods in district 12

  • 9. 
     When the tributes first arrive at the Hunger Games, what element of the setting had the most effect on the characters and events?   
    • A. 

      The hovercraft

    • B. 

      The lake

    • C. 

      The cornucopia

    • D. 

      The forest

  • 10. 
    What did Haymitch advise Peeta and Katniss to do once the gong sounded?    What did Haymitch advise Peeta and Katniss to do once the gong sou What did Haymitch advise Peeta and Katniss to do once the gong sounded?    
    • A. 

      Form an alliance with the tributes who were not careers

    • B. 

      Run toward the backpacks hanging inside the cornucopia and grab one

    • C. 

      Climb on top of the cornucopia and eliminate as many tributes as possible

    • D. 

      Run away from the cornucopia and find water.

  • 11. 
     Katniss begins to suffer from hallucinations after…   
    • A. 

      She drank from the bottle of water she found

    • B. 

      She was stung by some tracker jackers

    • C. 

      She chewed on the leaves of a purple plant

    • D. 

      One of the mutations bit her foot

  • 12. 
     What new rule was announced when six tributes remained?   
    • A. 

      Any tribute could quit the game for exchange of life in prison

    • B. 

      Tributes could appeal directly to their sponsors for specific supplies

    • C. 

      Mentors would be allowed to enter the arena for a period of one hour

    • D. 

      Two tributes could win if they were from the same district

  • 13. 
     Thresh let Katniss go after she told him she had…   
    • A. 

      Given food to Foxface

    • B. 

      Sung to rue as she lay dying and then buried her in flowers

    • C. 

      Pulled clove from the lake when she was drowning

    • D. 

      Removed the spear from his leg when he was unconscious

  • 14. 
     Outside the train on the way back to district 12 Peeta found out that…   
    • A. 

      Katniss had made an alliance with Cato early in the games

    • B. 

      Effie had set up one of the fine winners’ houses for Katniss and Gale

    • C. 

      His mother had bet on Cato to win the games

    • D. 

      Haymithc had been coaching Katniss through the previous days and her love was just a strategy.

  • 15. 
     How does the narrator change by the end of the novel?   
    • A. 

      She has become very fond of Peeta and the pond they share

    • B. 

      She has become more rebellious to the capital

    • C. 

      She understands and sees how unjust the capital and its leaders are.

    • D. 

      All of the above

  • 16. 
     I can use context clues to determine the intended meaning of a word. Using context clues, determine the best definition for the following underlined words. “Thing the old man was feeling sentimental this morning,” says Gale. “Even wished me luck.”   
    • A. 

      To keep apart

    • B. 

      Influenced by tender feelings/ affecting the emotions

    • C. 

      To make or become sensitive

    • D. 

      To be hard-hearted; uncaring

  • 17. 
      “Which says we do not agree. We do not condone. All of this is wrong.”   
    • A. 

      To disapprove of something strongly

    • B. 

      To acknowledge or disclose one’s misdeeds

    • C. 

      Something put together by a variety of material

    • D. 

      To overlook or forgive, especially by treating as if harmless

  • 18. 
      “My stylist will dictate my look for the opening ceremonies tonight anyway. I just hope I get one who doesn’t think nudity is the last word in fashion.”   
    • A. 

      Command, order

    • B. 

      Biting or abusive speech

    • C. 

      Writing or communication

    • D. 

      Request; ask

  • 19. 
      “It’s not real flame, of course, just a little synthetic fire Portia and I came up with.”   
    • A. 

      Fabricated, fake

    • B. 

      Beautiful

    • C. 

      Real, genuine

    • D. 

      Poor quality

  • 20. 
      “My slumbers are filled with disturbing dreams.”   
    • A. 

      Activities

    • B. 

      Wakefulness

    • C. 

      Alertness

    • D. 

      Sleep

  • 21. 
      “While I’ve been ruminating on the availability of trees, Peeta has been struggling to maintain his identity.”   
    • A. 

      To be careless

    • B. 

      To think about seriously

    • C. 

      To run about

    • D. 

      To be Confident

  • 22. 
      “I’d better act on top of things. Not perplexed. Certainly not confused or frightened.”   
    • A. 

      Enlightened

    • B. 

      Brave

    • C. 

      Confused, mixed-up

    • D. 

      Confident

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