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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What letter is included in the chapter about the Kanda man-eater?
(a) A letter from the people asking Corbett for his help.
(b) The resignation of the game warden.
(c) A letter of defeat from a hunter after the tiger.
(d) An admittance letter for the young man.
2. Who does Corbett stop and talk to on the train into the Mohan forest bungalow?
(a) None of the above.
(b) An old man who was attacked years before by the tiger.
(c) A terrified group of women.
(d) A group of hunters leaving the area.
3. What does Corbett claim to enjoy doing?
(a) Scaring the locals.
(b) Stalking predators.
(c) Sitting up over a kill.
(d) Watching young tigers hunt.
4. Why does Corbett stop and rest just as he is approaching where he thinks the Kanda man-eater might be?
(a) He has an overwhelming sense of doom.
(b) He doesn't want to maneuver a gun with sweaty hands.
(c) The view is remarkable.
(d) He wants to listen to the sounds around him.
5. What do the forest guard and fisherman allegedly trip over while fleeing from the man-eater of Mohan?
(a) Each other.
(b) A snare trap for the tiger.
(c) A log.
(d) A sleeping bear.
6. What animals visit the scene of the missing dead chital?
(a) A tiger and a langur.
(b) Two langurs and a leopard.
(c) A boar and two chital.
(d) A leopard and a boar.
7. Which of the following best characterizes how the tiger cub approached the place he had left the chital?
(a) Fearfully and nervously.
(b) Directly and casually.
(c) Impatiently and angrily.
(d) Caustiously and thoughtfully.
8. What had the young man in the story just completed when he goes to leave some things at home?
(a) Training as a tour guide.
(b) An seafaring internship.
(c) Finish school.
(d) Enlist in the military.
9. What do Corbett's men deduce when they see the tree Corbett had been in all night and the tiger blood?
(a) None of the above.
(b) That Corbett had been killed.
(c) That Corbett was invincible.
(d) That the tiger was dead or dying.
10. What does Corbett says happens when one has unlimited undisturbed water to fish in?
(a) All the spots start looking the same.
(b) It is easy to be indecisive.
(c) One gets overcritical.
(d) Even skeptics turn into fishermen.
11. What ailment does Corbett wake up with the first morning in Mohan?
(b) A horrible rash.
(c) A cough.
(d) A fever.
12. What does Corbett say he has a great distaste for?
(c) Going into mountain rivers over his head.
(d) Having an animal get the better of him.
13. Who does the Thak man-eater cow into silence when they shout at her?
(a) The men at the labor camp.
(b) The rescue party of her last victim.
(c) Corbett's men.
(d) A group of big game hunters from out of town.
14. What time of day does Corbett kill the Thak man-eater?
(a) At noon.
(b) At night.
(c) At the break of dawn.
(d) At the very last light of day.
15. What does Corbett say has altered as much as ladies fashion over the years?
(a) Fishing rods and tackle.
(b) The kinds of fish in the river.
(c) His reasons for loving nature.
(d) His excuses to stay out late.
Short Answer Questions
1. What indication does Corbett find that the latest victim of the tiger was not looked for after being taken?
2. What interesting information do the people of Mohan give Corbett about the man-eater?
3. When the Pipal Pani tiger first goes briefly missing, where has he gone?
4. What did the Pipal Pani tiger no longer permit after his mate left?
5. What animals visit the kill site the first night Corbett sits out waiting for the Thak man-eater?
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