1. What item does the merchant sell in "The Man Selling a Holy Statue"?
(a) A tree.
(b) A piece of furniture.
(c) A statue.
(d) A book.
2. To whom does the merchant sell this item to in "The Man Selling a Holy Statue"?
(a) To an eagle.
(b) To a beetle.
(c) To Hermes.
(d) To a fox.
3. Who eats the fox's cubs in "The Eagle and the Fox"?
(a) The tiger.
(b) The lion.
(c) The eagle.
(d) The jackdaw.
4. In "The Ethiopian" what is the man doing to the slave?
(a) Trying to steal from him.
(b) Trying to run away with him.
(c) Trying to rub the color off of his skin.
(d) Trying to beat him.
5. In "The Cat and the Hens" which animal disguises himself?
(a) A dog.
(b) A goat.
(c) A cat.
(d) A hen.
6. In fable "The Cat and the Hens" why does the goatherd break a horn of one of the goats?
(a) Because the goatherd wanted to sell the goat's horns.
(b) Because that goat ignored the goatherd when he was calling it back.
(c) Because the goat was troubling the other goats of the herd.
(d) Because that goat tried to harm the goatherd.
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