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Lao Toai-Toai Ning
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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What does the region of P'englai include?
(a) Merchants and a prison.
(b) Lakes and valleys.
(c) Oceans and sand.
(d) The Water City.

2. Whom did Lao often play with at her husband's?
(a) Fats'ai and the other children.
(b) Mantze.
(c) Chefoo.
(d) Yantze.

3. At 13, what did Lao's parents do to her?
(a) Changed her hairstyle.
(b) Changed her bedroom.
(c) Changed the length of her dresses.
(d) Changed her to smaller shoes.

4. What is the date of Lao's childhood?
(a) Late 1800s.
(b) 1867-1870.
(c) 1855-1878.
(d) Early 1900s.

5. How many siblings did Lao's father have?
(a) One.
(b) None.
(c) Three.
(d) Ten.

Short Answer Questions

1. What happened to Lao in 1881?

2. Why did Yintze's parents react in such a way as Yintze left their visits?

3. What caused Lao's father's business to fail?

4. Where was Lao born?

5. What kind of hours did Lao's husband keep?

Short Essay Questions

1. When did Chinese ladies get married?

2. How were Lao's parents similar?

3. After Lao's two daughters were born, what life choice did she make?

4. What effect did Lao's running wild have on her future?

5. Why would neighbors criticize Lao's mother?

6. What happened to Lao when she was thirteen?

7. What began to happen to Lao's household before Mantze was born?

8. What happened to Fats'ai?

9. What happened to Yintze's marriage?

10. Whom did Lao friend at her husband's home?

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