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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. What does the person in question 163 suggest to Sharpe.
(a) Flanking the Dragoons on the west.
(b) Using the wine.
(c) Moving the villagers to hold the reserve line.
(d) Using fire to destroy the bridge.
2. What has Pailleterie given his men before?
(a) Free license to kill and loot.
(c) A pay bonus after victory.
(d) A commendation.
3. What is the most dangerous time for soldiers on alert?
(a) Noon when they can't see shadows.
(b) Late afternoon when the sun is from the west.
(c) Dawn when it is still hazy.
(d) All times are dangerous.
4. What part of the horse is disabled?
(a) The fetlock.
(b) The soft part of the horse's hoof.
(c) The ankle.
(d) The forefoot.
5. What does Pailleterie hope about San Miguel?
(a) That it will surrender without a fight.
(b) That he can take San Miguel without any loss of life.
(c) That it is unguarded.
(d) That they will be able to flank it undetected.
Short Answer Questions
1. What looks like a makeshift caltrops?
2. How is Sharpe feeling at the coming of the dawn?
3. Who does Sharpe stab on the bridge?
4. Who else is filled with rage as Sharpe is?
5. About what does Coignet ask Pailleterie?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Pailleterie order when it becomes clear that the fire is out of control?
2. What do Teresa's men do that helps the enemy?
3. What is Pailleterie's reaction when seeing San Miguel?
4. Why is Sharpe uncertain about how to keep the bridge?
5. What does Sharpe admit to Teresa about his jumpiness?
6. How does Pailleterie threaten his men and what is there response?
7. What does Sharpe order Harper, Cooper and Perkins to do?
8. What does Herault observe when he arrives at San Miguel?
9. Describe how the tide changes for Sharpe and his men after the wine bottles have been broken on the bridge.
10. What does Sharpe do with MacKeon's suggestion?
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