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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What type of god is the raven?
(a) A wiley god.
(b) A wrathful god.
(c) A lenient god.
(d) A sad god.
2. How did the drink make him feel inside?
3. What does Phan Ku have on his head?
(a) A halo.
4. What did the Fool do with his puppets?
(a) Gave them to the Wise.
(b) Drowned them in a lake.
(c) Set them on fire and spread their ashes.
(d) Threw them in a hole and covered them with dirt.
5. How many women were created by Quat?
6. How many sons did she have?
7. What would have happened to man if the Fool had not created death?
(a) Man would have died of old age.
(b) Women would not have been created.
(c) Women would have lived while men died.
(d) Man would have lived forever.
8. Who did the man think would also like the sheep?
(a) The other people growing in pea pods.
(b) The raven.
(c) His mother.
(d) The man who came from the raven.
9. What culture does the Pea-Pod Man come from?
(a) Spanish culture.
(b) Eskimo culture.
(c) French culture.
(d) Native American culture.
10. What was the animal made of?
11. How was Death created?
(a) Tangaro the Wise stopped playing with puppets.
(b) Quat's brother created puppets but let them rot.
(c) Death was not created in this story.
(d) Quat was killed by his brother.
12. What animal did the raven create for the man to fear?
(a) A tiger.
(b) A bear.
(c) A cat.
(d) An alligator.
13. What did the bird turn into?
(a) A man.
(b) A woman.
(c) A dog.
(d) A cat.
14. How many years did Phan Ku live?
15. Who is Phan Ku?
(a) The Great Creator.
(b) The sky god.
(d) The old man.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did the raven bring when it returned?
2. Who did Death live with?
3. Who is Quat the Creator?
4. What did the Old Man throw into the water to determine if the woman and child would live forever?
5. According to the story, why is there a separation between the races?
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