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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. Where is the Mulkerin house?
(d) San Francisco.
2. How many men does Juan say is following them?
3. What does Montero say about the idea of finding gold in the hills?
(a) It will be difficult but can be done.
(b) It is a good way to rescue the ranch.
(c) It is nonsense.
(d) There are only small amounts of gold in the hills.
4. What does Juan say to Eileen?
(a) That she is in danger more than the others.
(b) That she should not have come.
(c) That she is the only one who can find the gold.
(d) That she is the only one who can communicate with Jaime.
5. What does Sean think Wooston would not do?
(a) Kill anyone in trying to effect an eviction.
(b) Forcibly eject a monk from his home.
(c) Spare Eileen.
(d) Give them any more time than the contract allocates.
Short Answer Questions
1. What has recently burned around the Mulkerin ranch?
2. Who is still awake when Sean and Mariana reach the Mulkerin house?
3. To whom did Jaime direct Juan to tell a secret?
4. Who caused the fire on the ranch?
5. Why does Juan say it is important for the party to remember the route?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is Mariana received at the Mulkerin home?
2. Why do Juan and the others leave camp in the middle of the night?
3. Why does Juan say he must go with the group, and why must they learn the route?
4. How does Jaime Mulkerin come to own the ranch, and where is Jaime now?
5. What can be seen from the Mulkerin front porch?
6. Why is the Mulkerin family's hope in Sean Mulkerin?
7. Describe the Mulkerin's discussion about gold after Sean arrives home.
8. Where do Sean, Monero, Eileen and Mariana go and why does Michael stay behind?
9. Where is Eileen raised and how does she come to be in California?
10. Why does Juan not think there is a reason to share much about his people and their history?
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