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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. Why does the ship from question #38 close with Surprise?
(a) To press hands from her.
(b) To capture them for the French navy.
(c) To offer trade goods.
(d) To keep them from the Spanish peninsula.
2. Why did West receive a court martial?
3. What made Aubrey feel encouraged at the gathering?
(a) They served his favorite food.
(b) Maturin was sober.
(c) He was given a letter from Lord Nelson.
(d) He was toasted.
4. In what position will Killick work on the Surprise?
(b) First mate.
(c) Second mate.
5. Why are the two men from question # 42 not in England?
(a) They never lived in England.
(b) They are doing intelligence work where they are.
(c) The Queen sent them on a mission.
(d) The arrest was bungled.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Aubrey think work is done better by privately-funded operations than the government?
2. How were the men timed when laying about?
3. Who suspects Maturin has an addiction?
4. What kind of addiction does Maturin have?
5. How does Aubrey feel about his new situation?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Padeen get injured and why does he continue to take pain medication?
2. Which old friends or crew members join Aubrey on Surprise?
3. What is Aubrey going to do for money with Maturin? What is Maturin and Aubrey's relationship?
4. What is Aubrey concerned about in reference to his crew?
5. What ship does Surprise raise at the end of the storm and what is that ship doing?
6. Who does Maturin see as Aubrey waits on him for sailing?
7. What is the final outcome of Aubrey's shakedown cruise?
8. What does Aubrey do about the ship they raise near the end of the storm? What does Maturin find out from a man on the ship?
9. What is one of the primary talks at the formal dinner aboard ship the night before sailing?
10. What does Maturin do and where does he do it right after he buys her?
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