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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. Which animal moves like a rocking-horse?
(a) An oryx.
(b) A zebra.
(c) A kongoni.
(d) An eland.
2. What gift does the tallest Masai runner give them?
(a) A white rabbit.
(b) A lock of red-stained hair.
(c) A leather pouch filled with water.
(d) A feathered spear.
3. What is best to do in the morning before the sun comes out?
(a) Hunt kudu bull.
(b) Drink whiskey.
(c) Hunt sable.
(d) Drink chai tea.
4. Why does Hemingway initially not watch M'cola skin the larger bull?
(a) M'cola is very rough when skinning.
(b) He wants to remember the bull as he first saw him.
(c) He is trying to set up the camera quickly before the sun sets.
(d) The sight of blood makes him ill.
5. Why is Hemingway so against making camp where The Roman suggests?
(a) There is no fence to protect them.
(b) He is scared of bugs.
(c) He doesn't trust The Roman.
(d) The area if full of chickens.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does a principal Somali cattle buyer carry?
2. Why do they send Karl down to sable country?
3. What did Karl find on his rhino carcass the next morning?
4. Who is the tragedian of the party?
5. What is the only difference between Galicia and Handeni?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does the return of Karl with his first kudu affect the camp?
2. How is the author's confidence affected by his successful kudu hunt?
3. What breaks the author's resolve to pursue the second sable bull?
4. What are the consequences of the stampede?
5. Why does The Roman's brother join the author's hunting party?
6. Does Pop's earlier advice have any effect on the hunt?
7. How does Karl end up with the right to hunt the salt lick?
8. What is the significance of the arrow found at the salt lick?
9. What does this new country reveal to the author?
10. How does the author initially react to this new country?
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