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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. In "The Woodcutter and Hermes" what does the woodcutter lose?
(a) His logs.
(b) His axe.
(c) His cloak.
(d) No answers are correct.
2. In "The Bald Horseman" why do people laugh at the bald man?
(a) Because his wig does not come off of his head.
(b) Because his wig falls off.
(c) Because his wig catches fire.
(d) Because he falls down.
3. In "The Peacock and the Jackdaw" why do all the birds meet up?
(a) To decide on who among them is the most beautiful.
(b) To decide on how to protect themselves.
(c) To decide who among them is the most intelligent.
(d) To decide on a king.
4. In "The Archer and the Lion" which is the animal that does not flee?
5. How many pouches are bestowed upon man when he is created?
(a) Five pouches.
(b) Ten pouches.
(c) Three pouches.
(d) Two pouches.
Short Answer Questions
1. In "The Swallow and the Serpent" who eats the swallow's eggs?
2. In "The Bird-catcher and the Partridge" whom does the bird catcher kill?
3. In "The Tortoise and the Hare" who wins the race?
4. In "The Rose and the Amaranth" which two flowers are comparing themselves?
5. In "The Travelers and the Ax" what do the two travelers find?
Short Essay Questions
1. In "The Ass Carrying Salt" how does the ass's burden get heavier?
2. In "The Travelers and the Bear" what happens to the two travelers when they see a bear?
3. In "Prometheus and Men" why does Prometheus turn some of the beasts into men?
4. What do we come to know of hyenas in "The Hyenas" ?
5. In "The Ass, the Raven and the Wolf" why does the ass scream in pain?
6. In "The Hen That Laid the Golden Eggs" why does the owner kill his hen?
7. In "The Lion and the Bull" what does the bull realize about the dinner at the lion's?
8. In "The Son and the Painted Lion" how does the old man's son die?
9. In "The Wolf and the Lamb" how does the wolf try to trick the lamb?
10. In "The Thirsty Pigeon" how does the pigeon break her wings?
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