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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. At the village where the pair replenished their provisions following their encounter with the strange lama, what did Yongden replace?
(a) His prayer flag.
(b) His lama cap.
(c) His medicinal healing bracelet.
(d) His ragged clothing.
2. The farmland was poor around the village David-Neel described in Po, heavily taxed, and anyone who left was pursued and what?
(b) Brought back.
3. 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.
4. 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 small compass.
(b) Her folding knife.
(c) Her wo tea cups.
(d) Her two common spoons.
5. David-Neel and Yongden agreed to trade what in exchange for cheese the stranger who spied their open packs had?
(c) Two spoons.
6. This pageant, described at the end of Chapter VII, was a grand procession that included trumpets, some of which were how many feet long and borne on the shoulders of several men?
7. 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) Pointerd her pistol at the ground and yelled.
(c) Fired her pistol.
(d) Waved her pistol about over her head.
8. 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) Fuel for a fire.
(b) Sticks to make a sprain splint.
(c) Water to replenish their supply.
(d) Nuts to add to their supply.
9. David-Neel chose to head toward the mountain road in part because it had never been what?
(a) Explored by Westerners.
(b) Seen by a Western woman.
(d) Seen by Chinese.
10. 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) A palace sentry.
(b) An elderly doorkeeper.
(c) An elderly monk.
(d) A young monk.
11. As they hiked toward the mountain top but could not see the pass, David-Neel and Yongden made what decision?
(a) To go straight ahead.
(b) To ascend eastward.
(c) To descend eastward.
(d) To turn westward.
12. 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) Keep his flock healthy in the future.
(b) Bring him rewards in future lives.
(c) Bring him and his family happiness.
(d) Bring his family benefits in future lives.
13. 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 two.
(b) The owner rented all three rooms.
(c) The owner lived in one room and rented two.
(d) The owner lived in two rooms and rented one.
14. While David-Neel and Yongden found protection from the weather around noon, they had but a little dried Tibetan grain food called what?
(a) Tshu lu ma.
(b) Star kha.
(c) Shing tog.
15. What was the pageant David-Neel described at the end of Chapter VII called?
(a) Tsong Khapa.
(b) Sho Dun.
Short Answer Questions
1. 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?
2. On the evening David-Neel and Yongden had returned to their shelter near the fence, she checked her calendar and discovered it was what date?
3. David-Neel and Yongden built a lean-to to protect against the snow, but she awoke and found what?
4. David-Neel and Yongden stopped in what village where she described the political situation for the people of the region?
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?
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