A Poisonous snakes may enter the house B The souls of those within the home may

A poisonous snakes may enter the house b the souls of

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A) Poisonous snakes may enter the house. B) The souls of those within the home may wander. C) Witches may enter the house and perform black magic. D) The wood may rot and attract dangerous insects.
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Feedback: Correct. The ritual is performed to contain the spirits within the house so that they do not wander and disturb the spirits of nature. 11 CORRECT How is a new shaman appointed among the Hmong? A) A person interested in magic becomes apprenticed to the local healer to learn the trade. B) A dab neeb attacks a person's family, and they must become a shaman in order to save them from harm. C) A sick person is inhabited by a dab neeb, and must learn from an established healer how to use their gifts. D) The son of the village shaman learns from his father and becomes appointed official shaman upon his death. Feedback: Correct. To become a shaman a person must be inhabited by dab neeb who give them the gifts that must be practiced through an apprenticeship to an established healer. 12 CORRECT When refugee families had to take only a few items with them to journey to the U.S., what did many bring? A) a qeej, a small mouth organ B) opium C)
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chickens D) paj ntaub, a small piano Feedback: Correct. Many families traveled to the U.S. carrying with them a qeej. 13 CORRECT What existed in Southeast Asia between 1945 and 1946? a horrible tsunami season that destroyed much of the opium crop A) B) the last year of French colonial rule C) the Vietnam War D) an independent Laos, free from rule by the French or the Japanese. Feedback: Correct. Between 1945 and 1946 Laos was independent from French of Japanese rule. 14 CORRECT How did the Hmong become involved in the Vietnam War? A) They were already unified in fighting Communist forces with the Pathet Lao. B) Hmong had been unified with the French in attempting to destroy the radical Pathet Lao. C) They were recruited by the CIA to be part of a secret mercenary army. D)
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They hoped to work together with the communist insurgents to return colonial rule. Feedback: Correct. The Hmong were recruited by the CIA to fight in the Vietnam War. 15 CORRECT How did the result of the Vietnam War affect the Hmong? A) All were evacuated safely to the U.S. B) Some were evacuated by American forces, but many were left at the mercy of the Pathet Lao. C) They joined with communist forces to push the United States out of Southeast Asia. D) They were given the independence they had been fighting to attain for hundreds of years. Feedback: Correct. Some Hmong were evacuated from Southeast Asia and many others were left behind to live under totalitarian rule. 16 CORRECT Rather than travel to the United States or Laos, many Hmong preferred to stay in squalid refugee camps on the border with Thailand. Why? A) Though terrible, in the refugee camps they felt secure in the company of other Hmong.
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