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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who takes Nhamo to meet her family?
(a) Sister Mary.
(b) Sister Gladys.
(c) Sister Martha.
(d) Sister Gina.
2. What does Musuku teach Nhamo to wear?
(c) Head wraps.
3. What two things does Nhamo try to be while at Efifi?
(a) Careful and respectful.
(b) Silent and loving.
(c) Kind and open.
(d) Invisible and helpful.
4. What does Muzuku say to Nhamo as she is preparing to live with her father's family?
(a) She should be proud of her accomplishments.
(b) She made it.
(c) She can always come back to Efifi.
(d) She hopes they meet again someday.
5. What does Nhamo notice about the first family she sees after the storm?
(a) They are naked.
(b) They are fat.
(c) They have strange hair.
(d) They are white.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Nhamo want to do after her possessions are ruined?
2. Who does Musuku want Nhamo to contact after her ceremony with Baba Joseph?
3. What do the baboons do when they hear the leopard?
4. Why does Dr. Van Heerden not go with Nhamo the first time she approaches the family?
5. About what does Nhamo tell Baba Joseph?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is Nhamo protected when she is chased after being seen by the white family, and how does she feel about this?
2. What happens when Dr. Van Heerden's dog comes out of his truck?
3. What does Nhamo do with the carcass she finds?
4. What happens when a baboon gets onto Nhamo's platform?
5. What does Nhamo watch a wasp do, and what does she think of this?
6. What does Nhamo hear about her village in a letter, and how does this make her feel?
7. What does Nhamo do when she sees the first signs of the rainy season, and why?
8. What are the people at Efifi doing?
9. Of the staff at Efifi, who likes Nhamo the most of the staff, and why?
10. What kinds of civilized things does Nhamo learn while she is at Efifi?
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