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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who is waiting in Mrs. Swan's garden?
(a) A young Chinese man.
(b) A young Indian man.
(c) A young Pakistani man.
(d) An young Japanese man
2. Where did Das draw his pencil sketch of Flora?
(a) In her bedroom.
(b) In the church.
(c) On the beach.
(d) Her lecture.
3. What kind of meat does the pate contain?
4. What does Mrs. Swan dislike about Pike's letters?
(a) The editing.
(b) The highlights.
(c) The format.
(d) The footnotes.
5. What kind of painting does Anish have with him?
(a) An oil painting.
(b) A water color.
(c) A pop art painting.
(d) A expressionist painting.
6. What do Flora and Das stop work to do?
7. What did Flora once pour over a critic's head?
(d) Cake mixture.
8. What does Das say was his ex-wife's build?
9. Who does Flora say she is going to a party with that evening?
10. What kind of game do Flora and Das play at the table?
(a) A card game.
(b) A word game.
(c) A guessing game.
(d) A music game.
11. What are Mrs. Swan and Anish talking about?
(a) British history.
(b) Indian history.
(c) World history.
(d) Asian history.
12. What does Nazrul enter the room with?
(a) Pate and toast.
(b) Wine and chips.
(c) Coffee and biscuits.
(d) Tea and cake.
13. What does Flora liken Das to?
(a) An eager dog.
(b) A pregnant cat.
(c) An injured elephant.
(d) A mother eagle.
14. What does Mrs. Swan say the oil painting she has upstairs looks like?
(a) An Indian movie poster.
(b) A British seaside postcard.
(c) A Chinese landscape.
(d) A Japanese Vignette.
15. What does Flora ask Nazrul to bring her?
(d) Curried potatoes.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Anish know his father did not finish the painting?
2. Who painted Flora's portrait?
3. What two religions do Das and Flora talk about?
4. What does Flora say her sister probably hears more than she does?
5. What is the name of Pike's guide?
This section contains 366 words
(approx. 2 pages at 300 words per page)