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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 ends after Aubrey and his men are shipboard?
(a) Their good food.
(b) The sense of purpose.
(c) Their luck.
(d) Their good morale.
2. What does Maturin suspect about Mr. Fielding?
(a) That he is dead and his letters are forged.
(b) That he was never captured.
(c) That he is the traitor.
(d) That he has already escaped prison.
3. Where does the Admiral want Aubrey to go on his next assignment?
(a) The Atlantic Ocean side of France.
(b) The Adriatic Sea.
(c) South of Africa.
(d) The Mediterranean.
4. How do the men survive?
(a) Most do not survive.
(b) They drink from cacti.
(c) They drink as much as possible when there is water.
(d) They kill desert animals for their liquid.
5. What surrounds the men while they are setting up camp?
(b) Millions of scorpions.
(c) A large group of men.
(d) Desert lions.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who accompanies the Surprise on its new assignment?
2. What is the Egyptian Wind?
3. Who is Aubrey ordered to seek out and protect?
4. What is happening to the Surprise?
5. What does Mr. Hairabedian do?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Maturin think about concerning Mrs. Fielding?
2. What are conditions like for the men on board the Niobe?
3. What concerns the men when they arrive at the fort, but what happens in the end?
4. What happens in Mrs. Fielding's home while Maturin sits in the dark awaiting her return?
5. How does Maturin learn that the galley is not carrying treasure?
6. Describe the encounter with the French man-of-war.
7. Why does Aubrey decide to commence training Mr. Maitland and Mr. Honey?
8. To whom does Aubrey make his report about the treasure ship and what is the person's reaction?
9. How do the men survive the remainder of their desert trek and in what kind of shape are they in at the end of their march?
10. How does the Egyptian Wind affect sailing?
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