Base your answer to question 15 on the map below
and on your knowledge of
15 Which area was most affected by the spread of both Islam
Buddhism in the period from 200 B.C. to A.D. 1450?
1 Indian subcontinent 3
2 Japanese islands 4 coastal China
Base your answer to question 16 on the passage below and on your knowledge
of social studies.
"I was immediately handled and
tossed up to see if I were sound, by some of the crew,
and I was now persuaded that I had
gotten into a world of bad spirits, and that they were
going to kill
me. Their complexions, too, differing so much from ours, their
long hair, and
the language they spoke ... united to confirm me in
this belief...The closeness of the place
and the heat of the
climate, added to the number in the ship, which was so crowded that
each had scarcely room to turn himself, almost suffocated us."
16 Which event is described in this passage?
1 the Aztec invasion of
2 the Ottoman invasion of Hungary
3 immigration from Europe to the New World
4 the transatlantic slave trade
17 Which statement supports the claim that diversify was an
characteristic of the Mongol Empire (1200-1350)?
1 All people in the Mongol
Empire were Hindu.
2 The Mongol Empire ruled peoples from China, Russia,
Europe, and India.
3 Genghis Khan organized a network of communication across
4 The Mongol Empire covered only central Asia.
18 Which event was an example of Asian reaction to European
3 Boer War
2 Glorious Revolution 4
Congress of Berlin
Base your answers to questions 19 and 20 on the passage below
and on your
knowledge of social studies.
"During the greater part of the day
the guillotine had been kept busy at its ghastly work.
. . . Every aristocrat was a traitor .... For
two hundred years now the people had sweated,
and toiled, and starved
keep a lustful court in lavish extravagance; now the descendants
of those who had helped to make these courts brilliant had to hide
19 Which event is referred to in this passage?
1 French Revolution
2 Sepoy Mutiny
3 Protestant Reformation
4 Mexican Revolution
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