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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part 1: Chapter 9 | Part 1: Chapter 10.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does Cyril Fielding say that he is in India?
(a) Because he thinks it's the right thing to do.
(b) Because he needed a job.
(c) Because he believes Indians are not qualified for the jobs.
(d) Because he wanted to experience the culture.
2. Nawab Bahadur, a generous and wealthy leader in the Muslim community, discusses the invitation to the Bridge Party with Mahmoud Ali and others. Mahmoud Ali is _____.
(a) Excited about the opportunity to spend time with the British elite.
(b) Upset and hurt that the British did not invite more of the Indians.
(c) Disappointed that Hindus and Muslims were both invited to the party.
(d) Resentful of the empty attempt to pretend an interest in the Indian community.
3. Mrs. Moore tells Ronny Heaslop about her encounter with Dr. Aziz in the mosque. Which of the following are true?
(a) Ronny Heaslop is glad that Dr. Aziz warned Mrs. Moore about the snakes.
(b) Ronny Heaslop is angry that Mrs. Moore was alone.
(c) Ronny Heaslop threatens to report Dr. Aziz for speaking negatively about Mr. Callendar.
(d) Ronny Heaslop is pleased that Mrs. Moore has a pleasant conversation with Dr. Aziz.
4. When Ronny Heaslop and Adela Quested return from their trip in the car, they are _____.
5. Why does Dr. Aziz want to go to Calcutta?
(a) To visit a museum.
(b) To visit a brothel.
(c) To meet some friends.
(d) To conduct business.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Dr. Aziz change his invitation from his house to Marabar Caves?
2. When Dr. Aziz runs into Mrs. Moore in the mosque he ____.
3. Why does Mrs. Moore come to India?
4. A Passage to India is set in Chandrapore, India on the banks of the Ganges River. Which of the following is true about the city?
5. Dr. Aziz receives a message to go to the bungalow of Major Callendar. On his way, he gets delayed because____.
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