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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 kind of soldiers will not be allowed to use prostitutes in Pantoja's special service?
2. When the reader first meets Brother Francisco in Chapter 1, what is he asking people to do?
(a) Make sacrifices.
(b) Hug each other.
(c) Pray with him.
(d) Give him money.
3. Why does Pantoja say to stay away from a type of porpoise oil?
(a) He says it is poisonous.
(b) He says it is an aphrodisiac.
(c) He says it makes you gain weight.
(d) He says it causes rage.
4. What does Pantoja tell his family he is doing for his new job?
(a) Working with finances.
(b) Working on a drug mission.
(c) Working as a preacher.
(d) Working as a spy.
5. On what day of the month is the Special Services' pilot mission?
Short Answer Questions
1. The SSGFRI is located near what river?
2. How has Leonor taken to consoling herself and passing time in her new city?
3. What nickname do the prostitutes give to Pantoja?
4. What is Collazos' first name?
5. How many men are serviced by the Special Service each week, according to Pantoja in Chapter 5?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Pocha tell Chichi about Leonor's following of Brother Fransisco?
2. What does Pocha say in a letter to her sister Chichi in Chapter 3?
3. What does Pantoja tell Collazos about red porpoise oil?
4. Why are Sinforoso Caiguas and Palominos Rioalto chosen to assist Pantoja and his new operation?
5. What is Dispatch Number One?
6. What happens when Sinchi, a popular local radio personality, visits the command post for the first time to have a discussion with Pantoja?
7. How has Pocha adapted to life in Iquitos?
8. What does the dispatch from Rear Admiral Carrillo, Chief of the River Forces of the Amazon to Captain Pantoja's superiors say?
9. Why is Pantoja happy at the beginning of Chapter 5?
10. Why is Captain Pantoja being relocated in Chapter 1?
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