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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 hadn't Ayla done?
(a) None of these.
(b) Let the Clan down.
(c) Let herself down.
(d) Proven Droog to be an inept tool maker.
2. Why had Whinney kicked Baby?
(a) Baby played too rough with her.
(b) She had gone into heat.
(c) Baby bit her.
(d) All of these.
3. What did Jondalar realize Ayla was trying to ask of him?
(a) Where he had come from.
(b) How he came to her valley.
(c) Whether or not he liked her.
(d) How to speak.
4. What had the lionesses brought down?
(a) A rhino in it's prime.
(b) Six deer.
(c) A young mammoth.
(d) An old mammoth.
5. What was Ayla's first observation regarding the wild cave lion cubs?
(a) How little exercise they got in the wild.
(b) How much less playful they were.
(c) How much more energetic they were than Baby.
(d) How much smaller they were than Baby.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Jondalar call Ayla's son?
2. What does Ayla ask Jondalar if he would like to try?
3. What was the donii that Jondalar was making for Ayla made out of?
4. What was the Pleasure that Ayla got from Broud?
5. How old was Thonolan at his matrimonial?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the difference between Creb and the Zelandoni, and how did Ayla explain it to Jondalar?
2. What did the Clan consider as improper and why did Ayla question it? To what conclusion did Ayla come regarding this?
3. What did Thonolan learn from Jetamio?
4. Why wouldn't Jondalar stop loving Ayla?
5. What language did Jondalar teach Ayla, and what was the problem with it?
6. What did Jondalar consider about Ayla, and what brought about this decision?
7. Why was Marthona so upset about Jondalar's decision to leave with Thonolan?
8. How did Jondalar explain the word 'love' to Ayla?
9. What does Ayla explain about the cave lion totem?
10. What argument did Ayla make for the people of the Clan not being animals?
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