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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. Who actually stole something in Chapter 4?
2. The women whom Momo encounters maintain that the mule train is ___________.
(a) Too far ahead.
(b) Too far behind.
(c) Keeping the right pace.
(d) Completely off course.
3. What event happened before the mule caravan of tradesmen enter Momo's village?
(a) An Indian monsoon.
(b) A blizzard.
(c) A hailstorm.
(d) A thunderstorm.
4. What was the weather like when Momo traveled across the bridge in Chapter 4?
5. What have Momo and her mother forgotten?
(a) A guide.
(b) The prophecy.
(d) The map.
Short Answer Questions
1. What refers to a divine character or nature, especially that of the Supreme Being?
2. Whom do the traders and the family they stay with know?
3. Who is with Big Dorje when Momo finds him?
4. In Chapter 4, the villagers are angry at Momo because they think she stole ____________.
5. In Chapter 3, Momo travels to the village on _____ and learns that the mule train is headed for Kalimpong.
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Momo's mother tell the tradesmen in Chapter 1? What is their response?
2. What incident takes place as Momo passes through Lingtam? Why is Momo followed?
3. How does Momo get by along her journey? What suggestion is made by many whom Momo passes?
4. What elements of Momo's character maintain her focus along the journey? How is this shown in Chapters 3 and 4?
5. From where were Momo's theological beliefs inherited? How does Momo view God?
6. Where does Momo discover the traders are headed with Pempa in Chapter 2? What does she decide to do?
7. What does Momo learn in Lingtu? Where does her journey extend after Lingtu?
8. Who do the traders know? What do they decide to do with Momo?
9. Who comes to Momo's house after the monsoon?
10. What does Momo think of her new surroundings and people in Chapter 3?
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