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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part 2 Chapter 68 | Part 2 Chapter 69 | Part 2 Chapter 70.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does the author promise the reader a happy ending to Pi's tale?
(a) So the reader will not feel so sad.
(b) Because people like to read books with happy endings.
(c) He has no specific reason for doing this.
(d) So the reader will continue reading the story.
2. What did Pi say at the meeting of his parents and his religious teachers?
(a) He just wanted to love God.
(b) He wanted to study more about the religions.
(c) The religions were similar.
(d) He would think about they said.
3. In Part 1, Chapter 12, what do readers learn about the nameless man?
(a) He is a relative of the main character.
(b) The author uses him only as a means to tell the story.
(c) He is the main character.
(d) He will probably remain nameless throughout the story.
4. As Pi was learning about Islam, he visited a Muslim shopkeeper. Which of the following statements is true?
(a) Pi didn't have dinner with the shopkeeper.
(b) The shopkeeper took Pi to a mosque.
(c) Pi bought Muslim prayer beads at the shop.
(d) The shopkeeper asked Pi to leave when it was time to pray.
5. What did a British Royal Navy commander write that Pi took the time to read?
(a) A manual about the ocean tides and currents.
(b) A survival manual with practical advice on how to survive a shipwreck.
(c) A manual on British flora and fauna,
(d) A manual on how to hunt and fish after being shipwrecked,
Short Answer Questions
1. What happened at the meeting with Pi's parents and his three religious teachers?
2. What made Pi re-evaluate his position in the lifeboat?
3. What happened after the meeting of Pi's parents and his religious teachers?
4. What did Pi plan to do with the tiger once the tiger expressed friendliness and harmlessness?
5. What did Pi continue to use to communicate with the tiger?
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