A Listening Walk --and Other Stories Multiple Choice Test Questions

Gene Hill
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1. In "Once a Salmon Sang to Me," what perspective is the article told from?
(a) A salmon's.
(b) A bird's.
(c) A river's.
(d) An angler's.

2. In "Once a Salmon Sang to Me," what were the salmon doing?
(a) Escaping.
(b) Spawning.
(c) Breeding.
(d) Dying.

3. In "Once a Salmon Sang to Me," who gave some advice on fishing?
(a) An angler.
(b) The River.
(c) Hill.
(d) A salmon.

4. In "Once a Salmon Sang to Me," what was the fisherman thanked for?
(a) Preserving the habitat.
(b) Keeping the rivers clean.
(c) All of these.
(d) Honoring the fish.

5. In "Once a Salmon Sang to Me," what was fishing compared to?
(a) Loving.
(b) Spawning.
(c) Praying.
(d) Breathing.

6. In "No, I Have Not Thanked a Green Plant Today--I've Been Busy," who was Hill berating?
(a) All of these.
(b) Environmentalists.
(c) Careless hunters.
(d) Celebrities.

7. In "No, I Have Not Thanked a Green Plant Today--I've Been Busy," who does Hill say was caring for the environment?
(a) The scientists.
(b) Sportsmen.
(c) Regular people.
(d) Country residents.

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