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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. How was it David-Neel managed to meet the Dalai Lama?
(a) Through her double-dealing.
(b) Through her subterfuge.
(c) Through her persistence.
(d) Through her bribery.
2. Who went with David-Neel over the gorge as ferrymen pulled them by a towline which broke and left them suspended over the ravine?
(a) A woman.
(b) A girl.
(c) A man.
(d) A boy.
3. Following the blizzard, how long did David-Neel and Yongden journey on the commonly used trail before they encountered anyone?
(a) 1 week.
(b) 5 days.
(c) 2 weeks.
(d) 3 days.
4. As Chapter II ended, how did David-Neel salute an official after he gave Yongden a coin when she begged for alms?
(a) She knelt on both knees and touched her face to the ground.
(b) She put out her tongue as far as she could extend it.
(c) She put her hand on the official's head and wished him prosperity.
(d) She put her arms in the air and chanted a traditional prayer.
5. The man David-Neel and Yongden recalled from earlier sat at their morning fire and ate what which they offered him?
Short Answer Questions
1. In 1910, what was the neighboring nation that compelled the Dalai Lama's exile?
2. David-Neel was alarmed when a villager who stopped to share food noticed her pale hands and remarked they were like what?
3. Yongden only intended to give the pilgrim's legs some rest, but those accompanying the pilgrim faithfully believed what?
4. As a lama might, what did David-Neel do before this well-dressed man who greeted her and moved on without a word?
5. On the day David-Neel met the well-dressed man, they found where to sleep for the night?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did David-Neel initially discover when she crossed the pass into Tibet for the first time?
2. What did David-Neel note about her trek up the mountains on her initial visit in Tibet?
3. It was only a short distance from Aben to Lhakang-ra, and David-Neel and Yongden did not want to be seen at the latter locale, so what did they do?
4. How did David-Neel note this departure into Tibet differed from some of her earlier experiences?
5. How did David-Neel describe travel in Tibet as she approached the pass called Tong la?
6. What was Yongden's response when he was approached to perform rites for someone who had died as Chapter I closed?
7. Why was it in Chapter III, Yongden became quite anxious after he spoke with some pilgrims and then rejoined David-Neel on their journey?
8. Why was it David-Neel was not altogether unfamiliar with Tibet when she went on a research expedition to the East in 1910?
9. What frightened David-Neel and Yongden at the opening of Chapter III?
10. Where had David-Neel traveled in Tibet prior to her journey into Lhasa?
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