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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 the author immediately suffer injuries to from thorny grass called spinifex?
(a) her face.
(b) her calves.
(c) her shoulders.
(d) her feet.
2. Where does the author arrive at the beginning of Chapter 1?
(a) a hotel in Australia.
(b) the Outback.
(c) the Sydney airport.
(d) a friend's house in Australia.
3. Who is the author met by when she arrives?
(a) the driver.
(b) a tour guide.
(c) a hotel concierge.
(d) an Aborigine.
4. What does the man who reads the author's palm tell her about why she has come to Australia?
(a) to fulfill the destiny of the Aboriginal people.
(b) to become a humanitarian.
(c) to fulfill her destiny.
(d) to realize she loves her home and must return.
5. Where does a walkabout take place?
(a) in the Outback.
(b) in a colony.
(c) in a village.
(d) wherever it is assigned.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the author offer in gratitude for on a daily basis that affects her physical well being?
2. What does the author contemplate after she observs the healing of Great Stone Hunter?
3. What are the members of the tribe working together to create?
4. What does the author hope will someday happen between Native people and western culture?
5. What does the author say that nature has as opposed to what the diamonds had?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Tribal Elder being told by the young man as he sits on the ground and falls silent?
2. What happens to the author that spikes a feeling of horror in her?
3. What happens to the author's feet as a result of the initial walkabout?
4. Desribe the journey Marlo is about to undertake?
5. Why does the tribe believe is the reason why Great Stone Hunter was injured?
6. How is Great Stone Hunter healed?
7. Why does the tribe separate into two groups?
8. What does the author suggest about indigenous people?
9. What is the author instructed to do after the driver and author arrive at the settlement?
10. What does the young man who reads her palm tell the author about why she has come to Australia?
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