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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. What does Kannan find in the tin where his wife keeps her money?
(a) Her money.
(b) A note yelling at him.
2. Where does Kannan want to gamble?
(a) At a place called Mantapam.
(b) In a secret game in his friend's basement.
(c) At the state capitol.
(d) At a place called Lucky Raja.
3. What item does the man in the green blazer buy for a motherless boy?
(a) A stuffed animal.
(b) New clothes.
(c) A balloon.
(d) A nice dinner.
4. What exam does Iswaren have a problem passing?
(a) The college entrance exam (SAT).
(b) The French language exam.
(c) The Intermediate level exam.
(d) The physical exam.
5. Who does the newcomer on the train force to move?
(a) A sleeping man.
(b) A police officer.
(c) An old woman.
(d) A crying baby.
Short Answer Questions
1. What kinds of comments does the newcomer on the train have for his fellow passengers?
2. On what street does Rama have his business?
3. What is Soma's regular job?
4. From whom does the blind man get the rope that he uses on the dog?
5. How does the talkative man reach the village with the tiger?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is everyone so afraid of Soma's statue of the god?
2. What does Kannan know he will fight about with his wife when he returns from gambling?
3. Why does Swami feel the need to make up such a complicated story about why he doesn't want to go to school?
4. What is the talkative man's strongest weapon against the man-eating tiger?
5. Why does Dr. Raman always tell the truth to patients, no matter how hard it may be for them to hear?
6. Why does the boy go back to get Naga?
7. What happens when the necklace is found in "Leela's Friend"?
8. Why does the talkative man think his luck has changed in "Engine Trouble"?
9. What does Rao think about the dog he encounters?
10. How does the talkative man know how to fend the man-eating tiger off?
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