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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 Jon decide to ask Lori out to when he finally summons up the courage to ask her out?
2. What is buried on the top of Mount Taylor, in accordance to the Navajo ways?
(a) Her hospital gown.
(c) Umbilical cord.
(d) Red sash.
3. What is another word for medicine man, as well as being the last name given to Thomas?
4. Florena ________, a patient of Dr. Alvord's, comes down with a disease and dies after surgery.
5. Where does Jon end up asking Lori to marry him, as she is out visiting him during training?
(c) Fort Bragg.
(d) San Francisco.
Short Answer Questions
1. Thomas also knows parts of the nine day _________ ceremony.
2. What is the position Jon holds when he first meets Lori in this book?
3. What does Alvord's condition the pregnancy cause her to have to contemplate?
4. Harmony in the _______ also matters in terms of health, according to Alvord.
5. What is the nickname that Alvord has chosen short for?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Alvord choose the name she does for her child during her pregnancy?
2. What is placed on Alvord's body during the c-section procedure?
3. What does Alvord do in order to support her child's harmony and health during her pregnancy?
4. What does Thomas Hataathlii perform and do as his profession?
5. What happens when Alvord first becomes pregnant with her first child?
6. What does Jon tell Dr. Alvord when Jon's dog becomes seriously injured as a result of a car accident?
7. What happens when Alvord works on a surgery with an Army Special Forces medic trainee, according to the book?
8. Why is Alvord encouraged to go see a medicine man during her pregnancy?
9. What does Alvord's pregnancy cause her to become reacquainted with, according to the book?
10. What happens to Kodi's grandmother, Grace, at the beginning of this chapter?
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