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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What were the living arrangements in the small home where David-Neel rented a room while in Lhasa?
(a) The owner lived in two rooms and rented one.
(b) The owner lived in one room and rented two.
(c) The owner rented all three rooms.
(d) The owner lived in two rooms and rented two.
2. 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) About an hour.
(c) Late into the night.
(d) Until sunrise.
3. At the start of Chapter IV, David-Neel and Yongden approached the region known as Po with how many roads across it?
4. At what village were David-Neel and Yongden able to replenish their provisions after their encounter with the strange lama?
5. As David-Neel and Yongden trekked toward a Po mountain path, they ran short of water, and what was their only source located far below?
(a) A lake.
(b) A well.
(c) A brook.
(d) A river.
6. 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?
(a) Nuts to add to their supply.
(b) Fuel for a fire.
(c) Sticks to make a sprain splint.
(d) Water to replenish their supply.
7. David-Neel chose to head toward the mountain road in part because it had never been what?
(a) Seen by Chinese.
(b) Explored by Westerners.
(d) Seen by a Western woman.
8. David-Neel wore a head cover as she entered the Lhasa palace, but who scolded her to remove it as hats were not to be worn inside?
(a) An elderly doorkeeper.
(b) An elderly monk.
(c) A palace sentry.
(d) A young monk.
9. David-Neel and Yongden looked for a place to camp and saw a patch of yellow near their water source that turned out to be what?
(a) A pile of hay.
(b) A thatched cottage.
(c) A thatched shed.
(d) A patch of flowers.
10. How did David-Neel refer to the boarding husband whose assisting wife was injured?
(a) "The Colonel."
(b) "The Sergeant."
(c) "The Captain."
(d) "The Commander."
11. What did a stranger attempt to bargain for when he saw David-Neel and Yongden's open packs as they ate breakfast one morning?
(a) Her two common spoons.
(b) Her wo tea cups.
(c) Her folding knife.
(d) Her small compass.
12. David-Neel and Yongden stopped in what village where she described the political situation for the people of the region?
(b) Tashi Tse.
13. As well as some money David-Neel and Yongden gave him, they told their guide that his having led them to the pass would do what?
(a) Bring him rewards in future lives.
(b) Bring him and his family happiness.
(c) Bring his family benefits in future lives.
(d) Keep his flock healthy in the future.
14. After their guide left and he and David-Neel hike through the pass, Yongden's chief concerns were snow and what else?
(a) Possible bands of thieves.
(b) Being disscovered.
(c) Their dwindling water supply.
(d) Their dwindling food supply.
15. With a flat place to camp below the ridge marker and the range, why did David-Neel and Yonggden find it essential to build a fire?
(a) To see.
(b) To keep animals away.
(c) To avoid pneumonia.
(d) To cook.
Short Answer Questions
1. What physical malady had David-Neel sustained the day after she followed the fence and found shelter?
2. 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?
3. David-Neel and a boarder's wife became embroiled in a domestic fight when they aided the wife of their drunkard host, a matter that ended with David-Neel being informed she would have to do what?
4. On the unmapped path, David-Neel and Yongden risked running into bands of thieves who might kill them to keep what secret?
5. In the latter half of Chapter VI, David-Neel detailed that she learned that which friend had been forced out of his palace and into exile?
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