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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part 2: Chapter 13 | Part 2: Chapter 14.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When Dr. Aziz asks Cyril Fielding why he isn't married, what does Fielding say?
(a) The lady he liked wouldn't marry him.
(b) The right woman hasn't come along.
(c) He is already married.
(d) He doesn't believe in marriage.
2. When Dr. Aziz runs into Mrs. Moore in the mosque he ____.
(a) Warns her of snakes in the area.
(b) Becomes angry because she is a woman.
(c) All of these are true.
(d) He offers to find her a carriage.
3. Nawab Bahadur offers Adela Quested and Ronny Heaslop a spin in his new car. What happens?
(a) They make it back safely.
(b) They hit an animal.
(c) They hit a pothole.
(d) They run out of gas.
4. Adela Quested had known Ronny Heaslop well in England and had come to India to visit him before deciding to be his wife. At the beginning of Chapter 8, how does Adela feel about Ronny?
(a) She thinks he is uptight, shy, unsocial, and rude.
(b) She thinks he is vibrant, exciting, nice, and handsome.
(c) She thinks he is arrogant, rude, insensitive, and chauvinistic.
(d) She thinks he is polite, encouraging, sensitive, and gentlemanly.
5. 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?
(a) Poverty characterizes the banks of the river.
(b) The club and government offices are located on the bank of the river.
(c) The second tier of the city is filled with poverty.
(d) The British live on the banks of the river.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why is Mr. Callendar upset at Dr. Aziz at the Bridge Party?
2. After Ronny Heaslop and Mrs. Moore talk about Dr. Aziz, ____.
3. What does Mrs. Moore hear in the cave?
4. Mrs. Moore tells Ronny Heaslop about her encounter with Dr. Aziz in the mosque. Which of the following are true?
5. Cyril Fielding, the principal at the college, visits with Mrs. Moore and Adela Quested and invites them to tea. Why?
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