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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. 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) Fired her pistol.
(b) Pointed her pistol at the strangers.
(c) Waved her pistol about over her head.
(d) Pointerd her pistol at the ground and yelled.
2. The route through the Po region that was not on a map crossed how many mountain passes?
3. How many men did David-Neel describe marching in file in the wonderful spectacle that concluded her visit to Lhasa?
(b) Several thousand.
(c) Perhaps a thousand.
(d) Several hundred.
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 wo tea cups.
(c) Her two common spoons.
(d) Her folding knife.
5. 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 two.
(c) The owner lived in two rooms and rented one.
(d) The owner rented all three rooms.
Short Answer Questions
1. As David-Neel and Yongden moved along the mountain path, what did they learn about high passes from villagers they begged shelter from?
2. Where were David-Neel and Yongden drifting off to sleep as Chapter IV came to an end?
3. As they hiked toward the mountain top but could not see the pass, David-Neel and Yongden made what decision?
4. Part of David-Neel's hair was still darkened with black ink when she took off her cap at the palace, and she had false black braids made from what animal?
5. Tibet's chief religious leader only came to the Lhasa palace for ceremonies and lived mainly in one of several nearby lamaseries similar to what?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why was it a cowman and his wife sought Yongden to perform rites for their dead son?
2. How did David-Neel describe a typical bridge found in remote regions of Tibet?
3. How was it David-Neel initially described the palace in Lhasa?
4. What appeal did Yongden make to David-Neel when she reached the candlelit cave after she unsuccessfully sought aid for him?
5. How did David-Neel describe Lhasa?
6. How did David-Neel describe the manner in which Asians approached respecting others who slept?
7. How did David-Neel describe Tibetan beds?
8. In Chapter VI, why did Yongden stay for a long time inside a monastery while David-Neel remained outside?
9. 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?
10. 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?
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