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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. Why is the lama upset?
(a) That Mookerjee is not really a fakir
(b) That the lama lost his temper
(c) That Kim left him alone with the spies
(d) That Kim lied to the servants
2. Who comes to visit Kim?
(a) Mahbub Ali
(b) His grandfather
(c) The lama
(d) Solud Mil
3. Who is told to be Kim's watchdog?
(a) A cook
(b) A scout
(c) A drummer boy
(d) A supply clerk
4. What does the artwork that the Lama shows Kim depict?
(a) The Buddha on a road
(b) The Wheel of Life
(c) The holy river
(d) A young Kim sitting on a tree branch
5. How does Kim fare in his second year at St. Xavier's?
(a) He does poorly as a student
(b) He does well in his studies
(c) He is bullied greatly
(d) He makes friends with most of the wealthy boys
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the lama think about Kim when he sees Kim transform the chain-man?
2. With whom do the British believe the regions on the northern border of British India are allying themselves?
3. What does the lama say traps the soul?
4. Who asks for help for his sick child?
5. How does Kim outsmart his watchdog?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who is Hurree Chunder Mookerjee and what is Mookerjee's response to observing Kim's training?
2. How does Kim help a Punjabi farmer when Kim is disguised as a Buddhist monk?
3. What unspoken agreement do Mahbub Ali and Kim reach when Kim travels with him during summer break from his first year in school?
4. What is the lama's feelings about his reaction to his ripped artwork?
5. Who is set over to watch Kim, and how does the boy act?
6. What does the lama think about Kim's transformation of E23?
7. Where is Kim sent at the beginning of Chapter 9 per Colonel Creighton's orders?
8. Why is Kim taken to see Huneefa when Kim is sixteen?
9. How does Kim spend his next summer and then the Christmas holiday after that?
10. How does Mookerjee trick the Russian and French spies?
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