Two Old Women: An Alaska Legend of Betrayal, Courage, and Survival Test | Final Test - Medium

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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. Where do the women cache their dried meat?
(a) Behind a grove of bushes.
(b) Hanging high in a tree.
(c) In an underwater cave.
(d) In a hole lined with willows.

2. What do the hunters smell when Daagoo first asks them to sniff the air?
(a) Fish.
(b) Nothing.
(c) Caribou.
(d) Smoke.

3. What does Sa' say the two women should prepare for when they meet the hunters?
(a) Humiliation.
(b) Death.
(c) Sorrow.
(d) Embarrassment.

4. What does Daagoo notice that the other hunters do not?
(a) A food cache had been dug nearby.
(b) The campfire was still warm.
(c) The bark had been stripped from the trees.
(d) The snow was melting.

5. After they have cached enough food, what are the women still afraid of?
(a) Other people.
(b) Physical weakness.
(c) The return of the cold.
(d) Predatory animals.

Short Answer Questions

1. What appears in the fall to increase the women's food stores?

2. How do the women learn that summer is almost over?

3. What had hardship taught The People about themselves?

4. What makes the women's voices seem closer to the hunters than they are?

5. What do the first visitors bring each time they come to see the old women?

Short Essay Questions

1. What do the women do with the inside parts of the fish they catch?

2. What game does the bull moose play with Sa'?

3. What does Sa' notice about the hunters during their first conversation?

4. What does Shruh Zhuu do with the two old women each day?

5. Why do the four hunters feel impatient about their task of searching for the old women?

6. Why do the women realize that tearing the bark from the birch trees has been a mistake?

7. How does Daagoo decide which direction the two women might have taken?

8. How do The People agree to respect the two women?

9. When they hear their names called, why do the women agree that there is no use in trying to hide?

10. Why is Ch'idzigyaak afraid when The People first come to visit the two women?

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