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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. 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 thatched shed.
(b) A thatched cottage.
(c) A pile of hay.
(d) A patch of flowers.

2. 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 needles and the small compass.
(b) The small compass and the tent.
(c) The common spoons and the needles.
(d) The tent and the common spoons.

3. How were the large drums played in the final procession the author described?
(a) Two were tied on either side of an elephant as a man riding beat them.
(b) One was carried on a man's back as another beat it from behind.
(c) One was pulled in a ceremonial cart as a man
(d) Two were tied on either side of a camel as a man riding beat them.

4. 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) Water to replenish their supply.
(d) Sticks to make a sprain splint.

5. Where were David-Neel and Yongden drifting off to sleep as Chapter IV came to an end?
(a) In the barn of an abandoned farm.
(b) In the house of a mountain villager.
(c) In a camp built near a mountain stream.
(d) In the house of a well-off farm family.

Short Answer Questions

1. David-Neel and Yongden hiked in descent from the marker they found until what time when they located a flat place to camp at?

2. As they hiked toward the mountain top but could not see the pass, David-Neel and Yongden made what decision?

3. At what village were David-Neel and Yongden able to replenish their provisions after their encounter with the strange lama?

4. While Yongden's injury was not severe, why were he an David-Neel in a difficult situation beyond her inability to carry him far?

5. Many pilgrims had arrived in Lhasa for the New Year celebrations, so how long was it until David-Neel obtained a place to stay?

Short Essay Questions

1. How did Yongden depart the monastery where he met a monk who came from the region where Yongden's great-grandfather had been a lama?

2. As she was unable to return before dark, how did David-Neel find the cave Yongden had remained in after is injury?

3. How did David-Neel describe Tibetan beds?

4. On the day David-Neel and Yongden left the earthen cave and Yongden stumbled on his improvised crutch past dark, how did they make their way into the structures David-Neel came upon by following a fence in the deep snow?

5. In Chapter IV, how did David-Neel describe a river that she and Yongden had to cross, but had missed a bridge over it earlier?

6. What trap did David-Neel and Yongden set for their safety against potential robbers in a hut one night?

7. What did David-Neel note about the maps of Tibet that she carried?

8. Why was it a cowman and his wife sought Yongden to perform rites for their dead son?

9. In Chapter VI, why did Yongden stay for a long time inside a monastery while David-Neel remained outside?

10. How was it David-Neel initially described the palace in Lhasa?

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