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Helping me study for my english final


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Too damn tired. Cant finish all questions, but Austin, if you reading this, we should meetup at around 8:15 and do a quick review of Beedahbun, looking jake, and the other one.

  • 2. 

    What struggle for the Ojibway young people is created by the tourists and the coming of the white man?

    • A.

      They have nothing to hunt

    • B.

      They have less land

    • C.

      They're stuck in between 2 worlds

    • D.

      They don't get a free coffee at Tim Hortons

    Correct Answer
    C. They're stuck in between 2 worlds
    Explanation
    The Ojibway young people are stuck in between two worlds because of the tourists and the arrival of the white man. This means that they are caught between their traditional way of life and the influences and changes brought by outsiders. The tourists and the white man disrupt their traditional practices and beliefs, causing a conflict between their cultural heritage and the modern world. This struggle creates a sense of displacement and confusion for the Ojibway young people as they try to navigate and reconcile the two contrasting worlds.

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  • 3. 

    How are teachings passed down in Ojibway Culture?

    • A.

      They are told through storytellers

    • B.

      They are documented in their artifacts

    • C.

      They draw them

    • D.

      They send them to the U Of R

    Correct Answer
    A. They are told through storytellers
    Explanation
    In Ojibway Culture, teachings are passed down through storytellers. Storytelling is a traditional method of transmitting knowledge, values, and cultural practices from one generation to another. Through oral narratives, the Ojibway people share their history, customs, and wisdom with younger members of the community. This allows for the preservation and continuation of their cultural heritage.

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  • 4. 

    What does Keeper mean when he says, "we're all tourists?"

    • A.

      We like exploring

    • B.

      We are all looking for a guide

    • C.

      We need people to help us through

    • D.

      We're not from around here

    Correct Answer
    B. We are all looking for a guide
    Explanation
    The statement "we're all tourists" implies that everyone is in need of guidance or assistance. It suggests that no one has complete knowledge or understanding of a particular place or situation, and therefore requires someone to show them the way or provide information. This could be interpreted metaphorically, indicating that in life, we are all searching for guidance or support to navigate unfamiliar territories or experiences.

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  • 5. 

    What does the word, "Anishinabe" mean in Ojibway?

    • A.

      Your mom

    • B.

      The Good People

    • C.

      The wise one

    • D.

      White man

    Correct Answer
    B. The Good People
    Explanation
    The word "Anishinabe" means "The Good People" in Ojibway. This term refers to the Ojibway people themselves, as they believe they are the good and righteous individuals. It is a term used to describe their community and their values.

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  • 6. 

    According to Garnet, what are some of the benefits of not having electricity?

    • A.

      Everybody's active

    • B.

      Nobody can see you naked

    • C.

      Everybody's safe

    • D.

      Family stays together

    Correct Answer
    D. Family stays together
    Explanation
    The given answer suggests that one of the benefits of not having electricity is that it helps in keeping the family together. This implies that without electricity, people are more likely to engage in activities together as a family, such as playing games or having conversations, instead of being consumed by individual electronic devices or distractions. It promotes bonding and quality time among family members.

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  • 7. 

    According to Garnet, what kind of magic is important to the Anishinabe?

    • A.

      Pulling and learning from everything around you

    • B.

      Common magic that teaches you how to live

    • C.

      Chris Angel shit

    • D.

      Foreign magic

    Correct Answer
    A. Pulling and learning from everything around you
    Explanation
    The Anishinabe consider pulling and learning from everything around them as important magic. This implies that they believe in the power of observing and understanding the natural world, as well as gaining wisdom from their surroundings. It suggests a deep connection to nature and an appreciation for the knowledge and teachings that can be derived from it.

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  • 8. 

    How were the Raven children taken from their parents?

    • A.

      Kidnapped

    • B.

      Gently taken

    • C.

      Lured into vans with chocolate

    • D.

      Escorted

    Correct Answer
    C. Lured into vans with chocolate
    Explanation
    The Raven children were lured into vans with chocolate in order to be taken away from their parents. This implies that someone used the temptation of chocolate to entice the children and deceive them into getting into the vans.

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  • 9. 

    What perception of Indians did Garnet have from school books

    • A.

      They were either heathen devils or just plain savages

    • B.

      They were always drunk

    • C.

      Never street smart

    • D.

      Fuckin aye rights cuzin

    Correct Answer
    A. They were either heathen devils or just plain savages
    Explanation
    The correct answer suggests that Garnet's perception of Indians from school books was that they were portrayed as either heathen devils or plain savages. This implies that the school books presented a negative and stereotypical view of Indians, depicting them as uncivilized or dangerous.

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  • 10. 

    Why didn't Garnet want to be known as an Indian?

    • A.

      They were always drunk

    • B.

      He hated being called "fucking native piece of shit"

    • C.

      He was embarrassed and was afraid.

    • D.

      He wants to be black

    Correct Answer
    C. He was embarrassed and was afraid.
    Explanation
    Garnet didn't want to be known as an Indian because he was embarrassed and afraid. This suggests that he may have faced discrimination or negative stereotypes associated with being Indian, which made him feel ashamed of his identity. This fear and embarrassment could have motivated him to distance himself from his Indian heritage and avoid being labeled as such.

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  • 11. 

    How did Garnet try and hide from being an Indian?

    • A.

      He painted himself black

    • B.

      He tried fitting in the white world as best as he can

    • C.

      Hid from everyone

    • D.

      Disguises bruh

    Correct Answer
    B. He tried fitting in the white world as best as he can
    Explanation
    Garnet tried to hide from being an Indian by attempting to assimilate into the white world as much as possible. This suggests that he adopted behaviors, mannerisms, and possibly even appearance that aligned with what was considered "white" in order to avoid being identified as an Indian. By doing so, he hoped to blend in and avoid the discrimination and prejudice that often accompanied being Native American during that time period.

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  • 12. 

    Why didn't Garnet want to be known as Indian?

    • A.

      He didn't like it

    • B.

      So many stereotypes surrounding him after his father died.

    • C.

      Peer pressure

    • D.

      Didn't want to be like the poor Indians his father had showed him

    Correct Answer
    D. Didn't want to be like the poor Indians his father had showed him
    Explanation
    Garnet didn't want to be known as Indian because he didn't want to be associated with the poor Indians his father had shown him. This suggests that Garnet had negative perceptions or stereotypes about Indians based on his father's experiences, which influenced his desire to distance himself from that identity.

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  • 13. 

    How did meeting Lonnie Flowers help Garnet face his identity?

    • A.

      Lonnie didn't mind who he actually was.

    • B.

      Lonnie was put in his situation before.

    • C.

      Racism has affected the both of them, so now they sing the blues to relieve stress bringing joy and happy to him.

    • D.

      Because he's black.

    Correct Answer
    A. Lonnie didn't mind who he actually was.
    Explanation
    Meeting Lonnie Flowers helped Garnet face his identity because Lonnie didn't judge or care about Garnet's true self. This acceptance allowed Garnet to feel comfortable and confident in being his authentic self. It provided him with a sense of belonging and allowed him to embrace his identity without fear of judgment or rejection.

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  • 14. 

    In what ways was Garnet's friendship with Lonnie helpful?

    • A.

      It was significant

    • B.

      They did the frick frack so they could brag

    • C.

      They endured each others pain relieveing stress

    • D.

      It helped him become who he wanted to be

    Correct Answer
    D. It helped him become who he wanted to be
    Explanation
    Garnet's friendship with Lonnie was helpful because it helped him become the person he aspired to be. This suggests that Lonnie had a positive influence on Garnet's personal growth and development. Through their friendship, Garnet may have gained confidence, learned important life lessons, or received support and encouragement to pursue his goals and dreams. Lonnie's presence in Garnet's life played a significant role in shaping his character and helping him achieve his desired identity.

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  • 15. 

    What was Garnets reaction to when he discovered he has a family searching for him?

    • A.

      He felt like crying

    • B.

      He fell to his knees

    • C.

      He was so happy

    • D.

      He had a boner

    Correct Answer
    A. He felt like crying
    Explanation
    Upon discovering that he had a family searching for him, Garnet's reaction was to feel like crying. This suggests that the news of his family's search evoked strong emotions within him, possibly overwhelming him with a mix of joy, relief, and perhaps even a sense of longing or regret.

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  • 16. 

    What were Garnets first reaction of White Dog?

    • A.

      Sick as fuuuuu

    • B.

      Trashy junk

    • C.

      Looked like a documentary to him

    • D.

      Something off tv

    Correct Answer
    C. Looked like a documentary to him
    Explanation
    Garnet's first reaction to White Dog was that it looked like a documentary to him.

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  • 17. 

    How does Garnet describe his feelings when he first meets his brother?

    • A.

      He was crying and not being exactly "downtown" cool

    • B.

      He was really happy

    • C.

      Like damn son, this yo squad?

    • D.

      Overjoyed

    Correct Answer
    A. He was crying and not being exactly "downtown" cool
    Explanation
    Garnet describes his feelings when he first meets his brother as not being exactly "downtown" cool and crying. This suggests that he was emotional and overwhelmed by the reunion, which caused him to show vulnerability and express his feelings through tears.

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  • 18. 

    Why does Keeper think that trying to raise Indians in white society doesn't work?

    • A.

      Dat shit ain't right foo

    • B.

      The only thing they create is a whole new different Indian

    • C.

      They are raised to be drunks

    • D.

      They rely too much off them

    Correct Answer
    B. The only thing they create is a whole new different Indian
    Explanation
    The correct answer suggests that Keeper believes that trying to raise Indians in white society does not work because it only creates a whole new different Indian. This implies that the process of assimilation and integration into white society leads to a loss of cultural identity and creates a new identity that is different from the original Indian identity.

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  • 19. 

    What does Keeper say is the spirit of the old way?

    • A.

      Spirit of everything Indian

    • B.

      Spirit of the soul

    • C.

      Spirit of the creator

    • D.

      Spirit of the ghost in yo mammas dead ass

    Correct Answer
    A. Spirit of everything Indian
    Explanation
    The Keeper believes that the spirit of the old way encompasses everything Indian. This suggests that the traditional Indian way of life, including its values, customs, and beliefs, is deeply ingrained in the spirit of the people. It implies a connection to their ancestors, their culture, and the land they inhabit. The Keeper sees this spirit as a fundamental aspect of Indian identity and heritage, representing a holistic and comprehensive understanding of what it means to be Indian.

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  • 20. 

    What does Keeper say makes a person a true Indian?

    • A.

      Dancing to Party Rock Anthem

    • B.

      Tradition

    • C.

      Spirits

    • D.

      Praying

    Correct Answer
    B. Tradition
    Explanation
    The Keeper believes that what makes a person a true Indian is their adherence to tradition. This implies that being connected to one's cultural heritage and following the customs and practices passed down through generations is essential in defining one's Indian identity. Dancing to Party Rock Anthem, praying, and spirits may hold significance in other contexts, but according to the Keeper, tradition is the defining factor.

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  • 21. 

    According to keeper, How does the White man still come to get children?

    • A.

      TV money and inventions

    • B.

      Humour

    • C.

      Candy

    • D.

      IPhones

    Correct Answer
    A. TV money and inventions
    Explanation
    The correct answer is TV money and inventions. This suggests that the White man is able to acquire children through the influence of television money and inventions. It implies that the White man uses his wealth and technological advancements to attract and manipulate children. This explanation highlights the power and impact of media and material possessions in shaping societal dynamics.

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  • 22. 

    What has allowed Indians to "survive all the crap history threw their way?"

    • A.

      Humour

    • B.

      Good Kush and Alcohol

    • C.

      Music

    • D.

      Dancing

    Correct Answer
    A. Humour
    Explanation
    The correct answer is humour. Humour has allowed Indians to cope with the difficulties and challenges that history has thrown their way. It serves as a coping mechanism and helps to bring joy and laughter even in the face of adversity. Humour allows individuals to find lightness and perspective in difficult situations, helping them to navigate through tough times and maintain resilience.

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  • 23. 

    How does Garnet describe his life up to this point?

    • A.

      Like a family reunion

    • B.

      Like a broken piece of glass

    • C.

      Like a puzzle with 2 missing pieces

    • D.

      Coming home

    Correct Answer
    C. Like a puzzle with 2 missing pieces
    Explanation
    Garnet describes his life up to this point as being like a puzzle with 2 missing pieces. This suggests that there are still some important elements or aspects missing in his life, which prevent him from feeling complete or whole. It implies that there are certain experiences or relationships that he feels are lacking, and he is still searching for them to feel fulfilled.

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  • 24. 

    How did Garnets parents view the loss of their child?

    • A.

      They saw it as failure in life

    • B.

      Disgraceful

    • C.

      They bring dishonor to famiry, commit karikarri, my son

    • D.

      Balls deep anal sex

    Correct Answer
    A. They saw it as failure in life
    Explanation
    The parents of Garnet viewed the loss of their child as a failure in life. This suggests that they considered the loss to be a personal and emotional setback, possibly feeling responsible or regretful for not being able to prevent it. It implies that they may have had high expectations for their child's well-being and success, and the loss was seen as a disappointment or a tragic event that impacted their perception of themselves and their own lives.

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  • 25. 

    What does "Bih' kee-yan" mean?

    • A.

      Come home

    • B.

      Go home

    • C.

      This is home

    • D.

      I love you

    Correct Answer
    A. Come home
    Explanation
    The phrase "Bih' kee-yan" translates to "Come home" in English. This phrase is a command, indicating that the speaker wants someone to return to their place of residence. It implies a sense of urgency or longing for the person to come back home.

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  • 26. 

    What do we learn about Keeper's history?

    • A.

      He was originally the drumkeeper

    • B.

      He's Garnets grandpa

    • C.

      He's a heavy smoker

    • D.

      He was the local drunk

    Correct Answer
    D. He was the local drunk
    Explanation
    The correct answer suggests that Keeper's history reveals that he was known as the local drunk. This implies that he had a reputation for excessive drinking and possibly struggled with alcohol addiction in the past.

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  • 27. 

    What makes an Indian heart?

    • A.

      Keeping in Tradition

    • B.

      Smoking kush

    • C.

      Meth

    • D.

      PUDDING *slap slap slap slap slap slap slap slap slap slap*

    Correct Answer
    A. Keeping in Tradition
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Keeping in Tradition" because traditions play a significant role in shaping an individual's identity and values. In Indian culture, traditions are deeply rooted and passed down through generations, influencing the way people think, behave, and connect with others. These traditions encompass various aspects of life, including festivals, rituals, customs, and family values. By adhering to these traditions, individuals maintain a sense of belonging, cultural pride, and a connection to their heritage, ultimately shaping their Indian identity and making their heart resonate with the values and customs of their culture.

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