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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What did the tiger associate with trespassing to remember to avoid it?
(a) Nausea and exhaustion.
(b) Nausea and blowing the whistle.
(c) Fish and the whistle.
(d) A rocking boat and fish.
2. After a few days when Pi started exploring the island, what small, furry, carnivorous animal did he find?
3. What of Pi's disintegrated from the sun and salt?
(a) His raft.
(b) His boat.
(c) His clothes.
(d) His food.
4. Whose voice did Pi start to hear after he discovered he was blind?
(a) His mother's.
(b) His brother's.
(c) A man's.
(d) The tiger's.
5. What was one thing Pi was concerned and obsessed about not having enough of?
6. What did the tiger like to lean over the edge of the boat and club to death, then eat?
7. What else did Pi see a group of, which stayed with him an entire day?
(c) Sea Lions.
8. What did the manual suggest Pi drink as a nutritious drink?
(a) Tiger urine.
(b) Fish guts.
(c) Sea Water.
(d) Turtle blood.
9. What did Pi fail to control as time passed on the liferaft?
(a) His direction.
(b) His fear.
(c) His loneliness.
(d) His faith.
10. What did Pi bring to the tiger in the morning after they had both had a restless night's sleep?
(a) A can of beans and a biscuit.
(b) Water in a bucket and two flying fish.
(c) Two flying fish and a can of beans.
(d) Two dorado and biscuits.
11. What was the island made out of, which Pi ate in massive quantity?
12. What was an act of deference by the tiger to Pi?
(a) Hiding his feces.
(b) Not lashing out at Pi.
(c) Being silent and gentle with Pi.
(d) Growling at Pi.
13. What did the final report say about Pi's knowledge of the reason the ship sank?
(a) Pi knew that the ship had sank because he had been the one to sink it.
(b) Pi had no conclusive knowledge.
(c) Pi had no real knowledge but was sure it had been because of bad luck.
(d) Pi knew why the ship had sank but would never divulge the secret.
14. Once Pi's suffering became intense, what did he do with the greater part of his days?
(a) Slept in a semi-conscious state using his dream rag.
(b) Trained the tiger more intensely then before.
(c) Fished, determined to catch more fish to alleviate his hunger.
(d) Drank sea water, losing hope of survival.
15. What was one method of Pi's escapism?
(a) Temporarily dreaming of his childhood home and his family.
(b) Sleeping during the daylight hours, dreaming of his future life on land.
(c) Temporary asphyxiation by putting a cloth over his face.
(d) Temporarily stopping his breathing until he saw pure peace in his mind.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where did Pi, Richard Parker, and the lifeboat, finally land?
2. What did Pi do to exert his dominance over the tiger?
3. What did Pi continue to use to communicate with the tiger?
4. What did the crouching tiger do when Pi turned to face him after the storm?
5. What emerged for Pi through the darkest times?
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