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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. Where does Jason see his first bull moose?
(a) Far off on a plain.
(b) At night when pulled on the shore to sleep.
(c) On the shore near Laberge.
(d) In the river ahead of him.
2. What stuns Abe and Ethan about Jason?
(a) That he came there.
(b) How much he has grown and endured.
(c) That he has Charlie with them.
(d) That he found so much gold.
3. How does the reunion between Jason and his brothers go?
(a) It is tense.
(b) They get into an argument.
(c) It is joyous.
(d) It is quiet.
4. What does Jason see for the first time?
(a) A grizzly bear.
(b) Herds of deer.
(c) The northern lights.
(d) A polar bear.
5. What are the merchants on the river selling?
(a) Maps to the gold.
(b) There are no merchants on the river.
(c) Milk and livestock and fruit.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Jason find he has done in the morning?
2. What happens at a narrow part of the river?
3. How does Jason end up dealing with the bear or bears?
4. Who has saved Jason when he is injured by the bull moose?
5. What breaks twice as Jason and Charlie are watching the river?
Short Essay Questions
1. What do Jason and Charlie do after he meets up with his brothers?
2. How does Jason find his brothers and what kind of prank does he decide to play?
3. Why is Jason frustrated with Charlie?
4. How does Jason find the bear?
5. What are others doing with the caribou and what does Jason do?
6. How do the boys pass the time and what is learned about Henderson's story?
7. What happens on the river because of the number of people on it and who are on it besides Klondikers?
8. What mistake does Jason make with a bull moose and what is the result?
9. What is Jason trying to hide from Charlie and when Charlie discovers it what does the boy realize? What is Jason's response?
10. How does the option in question #45 work out for Jason?
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