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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. Whose house do the group of Indians and Castaneda go to in the dingy white truck?
(d) Don Juan's.
2. What does Matus describe as 'gentle, like a baby?'
(a) Smoke signals.
3. The lizards are never wrong, so Castaneda must have been thinking about ___________ when asking his questions.
4. What are honguitos, the things Matus and Castaneda have to travel five days in order to find?
(b) Deep roots.
(d) Jimson Weed.
5. What kind of plants do Matus and Castaneda begin to father in the canyons?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does he use for the spot where the porch turns from chartreuse to other colors?
2. This new ally can distort men by giving them a taste of ___________ too soon without fortifying their hearts.
3. How many Indians are sitting on the porch when Castaneda arrives to meet with Matus?
4. ____________ is the crack between the worlds, according to Matus.
5. What is the name of Castaneda's teacher for the duration of the book?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the name that Matus gives to his own teacher and what does it mean?
2. What has Matus decided Castaneda is ready to endure?
3. When Matus laughs at Castaneda's discomfort, what is the piece of advice he shares?
4. Describe the appearance of the two lizards that Matus shows to Castaneda.
5. What does Matus claim is proof that the Jimson Weed likes Castaneda?
6. What does Castaneda do with the dog he sees while he is taking the mescalitos?
7. What is the test Matus has for Castaneda in order to determine if he dares to meet Mescalito?
8. Though Castaneda and Matus are not able to work together all the time, what does this provide to Castaneda?
9. What will a person gain if they take Datura's second portion at least twenty times?
10. Which spot is the spot that Castaneda feels most comfortable and happy?
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