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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 does the gentleman who greets Momo ask her?
(a) Where her parents are.
(b) How to get across the city.
(c) How old she is.
(d) Why she is crying.
2. What does Momo cut to free herself?
(a) A hose.
(b) A chain.
(c) A curtain.
(d) A rope.
3. What palace does Momo's driver drive her to in Chapter 8?
(a) Lhasa Bin Gojda.
(b) Termja Lat Benar.
(c) Darjan Bin Bujda.
(d) Burra Lat Sahib.
4. What is the name of Lotus Blossom's younger sister?
(a) Blue Sky.
(b) Yellow Sun.
(c) White Jade.
(d) White Lily.
5. Wing Fong reveals that Pempa was sold to whom?
(a) English lady.
(b) Tibetan monk.
(c) Indian lady.
(d) Indian man.
Short Answer Questions
1. Momo claims her path was guided by ____________in telling her story to Lady Paton.
2. How is the train which Momo boards along with the ten traders described?
3. What language do most of the people around Momo speak in Chapter 7?
4. Who does Momo hope will give her money to board the train in Chapter 5?
5. Where does Momo find her way to after the crowd disperses in Chapter 7, Lotus Blossom's Plan?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Momo marvel at in Kapimpong? Who does she hope to find there?
2. Whom does Momo relate her story to after spending the night in the palace? What does she claim guided her journey?
3. What does Lady Paton say of Pempa after hearing Momo's story? What letter does she send?
4. What happens when Momo finds Big Dorje in Chapter 5?
5. How does Tsu Foo assist Momo? What is her story?
6. What does Momo learn about the British gentleman from Big Dorje?
7. How does Momo get home at the end of the novel? What are her final thoughts?
8. When does Wing Fong say the Lady had first requested a Lhasa Terrier? How much did she offer?
9. What power does Lat Sahib hold in Tibet? How does Big Dorje feel about him?
10. Where is Momo at the beginning of Chapter 5?
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