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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 is Nate sleeping a lot?
(a) There is nothing else to do.
(b) He is very ill.
(c) He likes to sleep.
(d) He is tired.
2. Where do all waterways eventually lead in the area where Jevy and Nate are?
(a) To Quito.
(b) Back to the Paraguay.
(c) Back to the Amazon.
(d) To Chile.
3. Why does a little girl in the neighboring village die?
(a) She has too high a fever and dies.
(b) Rachel has no antivenin for the little girl.
(c) She is torn up too badly by an alligator to be helped.
(d) She is killed by accident by a hunter.
4. What does Nate probably have?
(a) Dengue fever.
(d) African Sleeping Sickness.
5. What does Nate notice about the paint in the hospital?
(a) It is peeling.
(b) It is stark white.
(c) It is multicolored.
(d) It is a lime green.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who helps Jevy find an Indian village?
2. Why is Jevy in a hurry to get back to the city?
3. How is Nate's condition in this chapter?
4. What does Hawk tell the other lawyers that makes them nervous?
5. Where does Rachel live?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why was Nate unable to speak with Rachel the day after he arrived in the village?
2. What did Nate tell Josh on the drive from the airport?
3. Who did Nate think he saw when he was sick and what did he feel about it?
4. Rex was the smartest of the Phelan heirs. What was he good at and what did he realize?
5. What did working five days on the Phelan will in the city prove to Nate's satisfaction?
6. What was Nate's room like in the hospital and what kind of care did he receive?
7. What does Nate notice about the Indian village and how does he respond to it?
8. Why did Josh meet with Judge Wycliff and what did he tell him? What was the Judge's response?
9. Why did Hark meet with the other Phelan heir lawyers and what happened at the meeting?
10. What was Nate doing at the cottage?
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