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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 Young Wastrel and the Swallow" what does the man lose?
(a) His cloak.
(b) His wig.
(c) His hat.
(d) His shoes.
2. In "The Bandit and the Mulberry Tree" the bandit is hung from which tree?
(a) An apple tree.
(b) A fig tree.
(c) A mulberry tree.
(d) An oak tree.
3. In "The Ass and the Dog Traveling Together" what do the ass and dog find?
(a) A twig.
(b) A piece of cookie.
(c) A bone.
(d) A letter.
4. In "The Ass and the Frogs" what is the ass carrying?
(a) He is carrying a load of salt.
(b) He is carrying a load of sponges.
(c) He is carrying a load of wood.
(d) None of the above.
5. In "The Bald Horseman" why do people laugh at the bald man?
(a) Because he falls down.
(b) Because his wig falls off.
(c) Because his wig catches fire.
(d) Because his wig does not come off of his head.
Short Answer Questions
1. In "The Ass Pronouncing the Horse Happy" which animal does the ass envy?
2. In "The Wolf and the Lamb" whom is the wolf accusing?
3. In "The Hen and the Swallow" whose eggs does the hen sit on?
4. Who is Polemos?
5. In "The Ass and the Lap-dog" whom is the ass jealous of?
Short Essay Questions
1. In "The Tortoise and the Eagle" how does the tortoise die?
2. In "The Wolf and the Shepherd" what mistake does the shepherd commit?
3. In "The Injured Wolf and the Ewe" why does the ewe not help the injured wolf?
4. In "The Wolf and the Lamb" how does the wolf try to trick the lamb?
5. In "The Monkey and the Camel" why is the camel driven away?
6. In "The Peacock and the Jackdaw" why is he peacock not fit to be king?
7. What do we come to know of hyenas in "The Hyenas" ?
8. In "The Shepherd and the Wolf Cubs" what is the mistake committed by the shepherd?
9. In "The Ass Pretending to Be Lame, and the Wolf" what does the ass do to the wolf?
10. In "The Ant and the Pigeon" how does the pigeon help the ant?
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