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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The stranger supposedly went to get his cheese, but he quickly came back with another man and they began to barter for what?
(a) The tent and the common spoons.
(b) The small compass and the tent.
(c) The common spoons and the needles.
(d) The needles and the small compass.
2. David-Neel and Yongden stopped in what village where she described the political situation for the people of the region?
(d) Tashi Tse.
3. How did David-Neel refer to the boarding husband whose assisting wife was injured?
(a) "The Colonel."
(b) "The Commander."
(c) "The Sergeant."
(d) "The Captain."
4. Many pilgrims had arrived in Lhasa for the New Year celebrations, so how long was it until David-Neel obtained a place to stay?
(a) The better part of the first day.
(b) Late in the afternoon on the second day.
(c) Almost immediately on the first day.
(d) Well past dark on the second day.
5. It snowed again at night after Yongden limped all day, but David-Neel found a fence she followed to what type of structure with a shed?
(a) A large empty house.
(b) A small empty house.
(c) A small occupied house.
(d) A large occupied house.
6. At the village where the pair replenished their provisions following their encounter with the strange lama, what did Yongden replace?
(a) His ragged clothing.
(b) His prayer flag.
(c) His lama cap.
(d) His medicinal healing bracelet.
7. What were the living arrangements in the small home where David-Neel rented a room while in Lhasa?
(a) The owner lived in one room and rented two.
(b) The owner lived in two rooms and rented one.
(c) The owner lived in two rooms and rented two.
(d) The owner rented all three rooms.
8. As one of the two strangers bartered for items belonging to David-Neel and Yongden, the man kept looking back to the path as if he expected others to help rob them, so David-Neel did what?
(a) Pointed her pistol at the strangers.
(b) Waved her pistol about over her head.
(c) Fired her pistol.
(d) Pointerd her pistol at the ground and yelled.
9. The strange lama apparently recalled David-Neel from a previous time in Tibet, but as she did not recognize him she calmly conversed with him how long and was confident he would not report her?
(a) A couple hours.
(b) Late into the night.
(c) Until sunrise.
(d) About an hour.
10. On the night David-Neel had returned to their shelter near the fence, she awoke and imagined she heard what?
(a) Musical instruments.
(d) Fog horns.
11. How were these roads across Po described to David-Neel and Yongden?
(a) Three were well-traveled, the other unmapped.
(b) Four were well-traveled, the other unmapped.
(c) Two were well-traveled, the other unmapped.
(d) One was well-traveled, the other unmapped.
12. David-Neel and Yongden continued to trek along what river as they got ever nearer their goal?
(a) The Saptakoshi.
(b) The Brahmaputra.
(c) The Mekong.
(d) The Kyi.
13. What was Yongden's reaction when David-Neel reluctantly removed the cap she wore to cover her brown hair?
(a) He could hardly keep from laughing.
(b) He had no reaction either way.
(c) He easily kept from laughing fearing detection.
(d) He was unable to keep from laughing.
14. The palace in Lhasa was full of beautifully decorated rooms, mostly the work of skilled artists from what country?
15. What type of visitors did David-Neel and Yongden wait for outside the Dalai Lama's traditional palace before they entered?
(a) Out-of-town New Year's celebrators.
Short Answer Questions
1. David-Neel left the next morning for aid she might find for Yongden, but unsuccessful she returned that night with what that she had found?
2. The armed robbers returned the money and begged David-Neel not to curse them anymore out of fear when Yongden told them she was a what?
3. The last part of Chapter VI focused on David-Neel's worries as she and Yongden had to get approval at an official's residence in order to cross a river bridge and travel beyond it, but how did it end?
4. How were the large drums played in the final procession the author described?
5. When the lean-to failed, David-Neel and Yongden went on until noon when they found what to keep reasonably warm in?
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