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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What keeps Momo from giving up in Chapter 3?
(a) Her obstinance.
(b) Her verisimilitude.
(c) Her generosity.
(d) Her fear.
2. What boy comes to Momo's aid in Chapter 4?
(a) Little Dorje.
(b) Lat Sahib.
(c) Wing Fong.
3. Momo's child theology sees both God and evil as _______.
4. What term is relating to or characteristic of a human group having racial, religious, linguistic, and certain other traits in common?
5. Momo finds the people to be __________as she enters into India.
6. What do the traders decide to do with Momo in in Chapter 4?
(a) Let her go,
(b) Make her their servant.
(c) Sell her as a slave.
(d) Forcibly take her home.
7. Why do the tradesmen on the mule caravan often stop in Momo's village?
(a) To eat.
(b) To trade.
(c) To rest.
8. What kind of Lhasa Terrier has Momo been set on having since her childhood?
9. What term refers to that which is of or belonging to language?
10. What mountain does Momo make her way around in Chapter 2?
(a) Deralm Jah.
(b) Jelep La.
(c) Baruga Panjip.
(d) Pronda Sey.
11. The name Pempa refers to the full moon and __________.
(c) The equinox.
(d) New Years Day.
12. What word refers to confidence or trust in a person or thing?
13. What does Little Dorje tell Momo she should do in Chapter 4?
(a) Go home.
(b) Head to the mountains.
(c) Count her blessings.
14. Of what faith is Momo and her family?
(a) Tibetan Buddhist.
15. A boy in the village tells Momo that Pempa will be taken to ___________.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Momo give to the Buddha shrine as a way of demanding that the Buddha hear her?
2. The women whom Momo encounters maintain that the mule train is ___________.
3. What village does Momo come upon where many violent men lived, fought, and killed one another?
4. What minor goddess does Momo wail for in Chapter 2?
5. What healthy food did Pempa grow up on?
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