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|According to the Article, what happened as a result of Shoichi Yokoi’s safe return to Japan after living so many years undetected in the wilds of Guam?
|Yokoi was given a hero’s welcome in Tokyo as many of his contemporaries were deeply moved by his
unwavering adherence to time-honored Japanese values.
|What is this Article mainly about?
|Shoichi Yokoi, a former soldier in the Japanese Imperial Army, chose to remain in the jungles of Guam and
live off the land from 1944 until his “capture” by two fishermen in January 1972.
|Look at the events below. According to the Article, which of these happened third?
|Shoichi Yokoi attacked two fishermen who subsequently “captured” him and took him to the local authorities.
|Which is the closest synonym for the word adulation?
|What is one inference the reader can make from the Article?
|Shoichi Yokoi would have remained in hiding even longer had he not been “captured” by two fishermen while setting shrimp traps near Talofofo Falls.
|Why did the author include this passage?
|To describe the range of public response to Yokoi’s return to Japan in 1972
|In this passage, the word unstinting means __.
|giving support in a strong and generous way
|Which information is not in the Article?
|How Shoichi Yokoi came to realize that World War II had ended years earlier