1. How did Malinche contribute to Hernando Cortés’s conquest of the Aztec empire?
A. She betrayed her own mother, the ruler of the Chontal Maya.
B. She was held hostage until her people gave him more gold.
C. She interpreted Spanish and Nathuatl languages so he could speak with native people.
D. She revealed the fastest route to their capital at Tenochtitlán.
By social status
A. They allowed fields to lie fallow every third year.
B. They girdled trees so they would die and allow sunlight on crops.
C. They used plows harnessed to buffalo.
D. They employed the slash-and-burn method.
A. interested in adopting other aspects of Spanish culture.
D. successful farmers.
A. had developed elaborate trading relationships before the arrival of Europeans.
B. had not developed beyond a hunting-and-gathering culture prior to the arrival of Europeans.
C. remained isolated and unable to communicate with each other prior to the arrival of Europeans.
D. welcomed the arrival of Europeans because they realized the need for European learning and religion.
A. Christians and Jews.
B. Jews and Muslims.
C. Muslims and Christians.
D. Protestants and Catholics.
A. better medicines to help Europeans conquer the Black Death.
B. expanded power and influence in case of the need for additional crusades.
C. luxuries such as sugar and spices demanded by the elite.
D. staple foods to sustain Europe’s large peasant population.