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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 do Toby and the narrator know about the Typees?
(a) They are supposed to be indolent.
(b) They are supposed to be industrious.
(c) They are supposed to be friendly.
(d) They are supposed to be cruel.
2. What do the narrator and Toby find in their pockets when they have reached the mountain?
(b) Soggy biscuits.
(c) Fire ants.
(d) Salted beef.
3. What do the narrator and Toby use to surpass the obstacle?
4. When do the narrator and Toby decide to desert?
(a) During the fight with the French.
(b) During shore leave.
(c) After the second watch.
(d) In the middle of the night.
5. What do the narrator and Toby plan to subsist on on the island?
(a) Food stolen from the ship.
(b) Wild fruit.
(c) Food stolen from the marketplace.
(d) Food stolen from the natives.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who are Toby and Tommo surrounded by when they wake up in the Typee village?
2. According to the narrator, what do sea birds signal?
3. What do the French want to demonstrate to the natives at Nukuheva?
4. Whom does Mehevi bring to Toby and Tommo?
5. When Toby and the narrator see a native boy and girl, what are the native children carrying?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Kory-Kory's relationship with Tommo like?
2. What do Toby and Tommo do when they can no longer descend the cliff by using vines and foot holds?
3. What signs of civilization do Toby and Tommo see from the mountains?
4. Describe the residents of the island of Nukuheva.
5. What happens when the Typees bring Toby back to their village after the noon-time siesta?
6. What happens to Tommo's health as he and Toby make their way around in the mountains?
7. What plans do Toby and Tommo make for escape?
8. What signs of native activity do Toby and Tommo see, and how do they ultimately meet the natives?
9. What happens when ships come into the bay?
10. Describe Toby and Tommo's escape from the ship.
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