Burmese Days Test | Final Test - Easy

This set of Lesson Plans consists of approximately 139 pages of tests, essay questions, lessons, and other teaching materials.

Burmese Days Test | Final Test - Easy

This set of Lesson Plans consists of approximately 139 pages of tests, essay questions, lessons, and other teaching materials.
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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What is Elizabeth's reason for snubbing Flory?
(a) He is keeping a Burmese woman.
(b) He is not an experienced hunter.
(c) He is unattractive.
(d) He is not an experienced horseback rider.

2. Why do the members of the Club suddenly allow the butler into their conversation?
(a) He has had many experiences with earthquakes, and they are interested in his stories.
(b) He is a respectable member of Burmese society.
(c) They are afraid of his size and demeanor.
(d) He insists on being the center of attention.

3. Why do the Burmese riot outside the Club?
(a) Ellis has attacked a group of local boys and the Burmese want revenge.
(b) Ellis has published an unflattering article of the Burmese.
(c) Ellis has murdered a local boy, and the Burmese want revenge.
(d) Ellis has murdered Maxwell, and the Burmese want justice.

4. As Elizabeth and Verrall dance outside, the moon is described as _________________________.
(a) an envious goddess.
(b) a silver orb.
(c) a sick woman creeping out of bed.
(d) a Japanese lantern.

5. Why do Mrs. Lackersteen and Elizabeth rush to the train station?
(a) They have heard that Verrall is leaving without saying goodbye.
(b) They have heard that the trains are not running in the rain.
(c) They have heard that Lackersteen is returning from camp.
(d) They have heard that Verrall is arriving from Mandalay.

6. Orwell states that in India you are not judged for what you do but ___________________.
(a) for who you know.
(b) for your past.
(c) for what you are.
(d) for what you own.

7. What "sacrifice" does Mrs. Lackersteen make for Elizabeth?
(a) She offers to find Elizabeth a husband back in England.
(b) She allows Elizabeth to choose for herself between Flory and Verrall.
(c) She agrees to stay behind with Elizabeth as Lackersteen returns to the jungle.
(d) She gives Elizabeth money to make herself a more appealing catch.

8. Why are Elizabeth and Verrall indifferent to the heat?
(a) They have lived in warm climates their entire lives.
(b) They are young, and heat does not bother the young.
(c) They are busy drinking most of the time, and do not notice.
(d) They are too distracted by each other to notice.

9. Although Elizabeth and Verrall ride together frequently, __________________________________.
(a) they are no more or less intimate than they were in the beginning.
(b) they are not attracted to one another.
(c) they are not concerned about marriage.
(d) they are no closer to finding a romantic attachment.

10. Why does Elizabeth seem more approachable to Flory that evening?
(a) She wears her hair down.
(b) She is less inhibited when she is drunk.
(c) She is not wearing spectacles.
(d) She starts to embrace Burmese culture.

11. Flory's camp has run out of its opium supply because _________________________.
(a) Dr. Veraswami has seized any illegal drug to save his reputation.
(b) U Po Kyin has refused aid to Flory.
(c) Dr. Veraswami has refused aid to Flory.
(d) U Po Kyin ordered a raid to seize the opium.

12. How does Flory feel next to Verrall?
(a) Old and shabby
(b) Wise and experienced
(c) Poor and ignorant
(d) Young and vibrant

13. Whose arrival alarms Mrs. Lackersteen and Elizabeth?
(a) Verrall's replacement
(b) Verrall's wife
(c) Flory's replacement
(d) Verrall's debt collectors

14. Flory and Elizabeth's journey through the jungle is described as ______________________.
(a) a wonderland of beauty.
(b) a journey into their hearts.
(c) a relief from the heat of the day.
(d) an oppressive struggle.

15. Veraswami's letter informs Flory that __________________________.
(a) U Po Kyin has apologized to him.
(b) U Po Kyin continues in his exploits.
(c) U Po Kyin has given up his exploits.
(d) U Po Kyin has denounced Flory openly.

Short Answer Questions

1. At the end of the chapter, Flory begins to believe ______________________________.

2. Verrall's face is described as _____________________.

3. Who commits the murder?

4. What do the locals carry ashore at the end of Chapter twenty-one?

5. Why is Ellis upset that Verrall has abused the butler?

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