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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 sport does the narrator think is very corrupt?
(b) Fox hunting.
(c) Deer hunting.
(d) Duck hunting.
2. What kind of tree does the State College want the farmers to plant?
(a) Chinese elm.
3. The narrator states that the level of violence on the land is directly related to what?
(a) The native plants.
(b) Population density.
(c) The native animals.
(d) The health of the land.
4. According to the narrator, recreation becomes what kind of process?
(b) Mass use.
5. Why is the narrator given his first shotgun at an early age?
(a) To learn how to shoot.
(b) To shoot rabbits.
(c) To shoot ducks.
(d) To shoot squirrels.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is cachinilla?
2. The narrator says that professors serve what?
3. When the narrator finds the air hole in the frozen lake, what animal does he know comes?
4. The narrator believes that wildlife administrators are too busy figuring out what to shoot at rather than paying attention to what?
5. In Chapter 14, what are the grandfather and grandson cutting down?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why should a person never return to nature twice?
2. How does the narrator believe conservation is taught?
3. According to the narrator, what is the numenon and what is its opposite?
4. According to the narrator, why do people not go to Escudillo?
5. According to the narrator, what do people need to do who are a part of recreational development?
6. How does peoples' ability to enjoy nature begin?
7. Why does the State College want farmers to plant Chinese elms rather than cottonwoods?
8. What are the conditions that the narrator's father set when he gives the narrator permission to shoot partridges?
9. The narrator compares puccoons to what other plant and why?
10. According to the narrator, what is the one thing that cheat grass is good for?
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