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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 younger Apache find village life to be?
(c) A good place to live.
(d) A place to worship.
2. What does Basso say is used to expand the imagination?
(a) Smoke tents.
(c) Pow Wows.
3. Where does Basso say the richness of place-names comes from?
(a) How individuals invest themselves in the landscape.
(b) The way they describe individuals.
(c) How individuals always create new ones.
(d) They way they integrate with maps.
4. Where did the story told by Emily happen?
(a) Green Pasture Where Horses Drink.
(b) Where the Trees Grow.
(c) Whiteness Spreads Out Descending To Water.
5. What happened to the girl in the story told by the group, in Chapter 3?
(a) She ate a dead horse.
(b) She ate a berry.
(c) She was stung by a bee.
(d) She was bitten by a snake.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Basso use to explain the effect of symbolism on individuals?
2. What does Basso say Chapter 2 focuses on?
3. What does Basso say the enforcement of norms occurs through for the Cibecue?
4. Whose brother does Basso overhear became ill while visiting Lola?
5. What do tales force individuals to do?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Nick Thompson encourage Basso to do in June 1980, and what did Nick maintain about the Western Apache?
2. How do local peoples relate to their geography?
3. What difficulty do linguists have with Western Apache?
4. What happened at the end of the summer of 1981?
5. What does "speaking with names" illustrate?
6. What happened to Louise's brother, and what did the Apaches say?
7. What happens to children who do not learn to tie places and names?
8. What do place-names generate?
9. What was the story of the Line of White Rocks Extends Up and Out?
10. Where is the Cibecue settlement located?
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