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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What do the English praise?
(a) The Antiguans' barbarity.
(c) Their supposed superiority.
(d) Their own efforts toward Enlightenment.
2. What are the Antiguans still being extorted for?
(a) Moral reasons.
(b) For amusement.
(c) They are not being extorted.
(d) Pecuniary gains.
3. Why are the natives jealous of the tourists?
(a) Because the tourists do not have any concerns.
(b) The natives are not jealous of the tourists.
(c) Because the tourists are from a nicer place.
(d) Because they are unable to escape the place that they live.
4. When is the resentment of a crime less effective and more degrading?
(a) When it is expressed in the criminals' language.
(b) When it is non-verbal.
(d) When the victim cries during the expression of their resentment.
5. Who does the narrator hate?
6. Who owns much of Antigua?
(a) The Middle Eastern family.
(c) A drug smuggler.
(d) The narrator.
7. What is named after an English Princess?
(a) The airport.
(b) The hospital.
(c) The school.
(d) The library.
8. Who does the narrator say has no language?
9. What does Antigua's drier climate result from?
(a) Antigua does not have a drier climate.
(d) Greenhouse gases.
10. How do the tourists feel by the time they return to their homes?
11. How do the Antiguans feel about the bad manners of foreigners?
12. What is the Czechoslovakian refugee trained as?
(a) A dentist.
(b) A lawyer.
(c) A teacher.
(d) A doctor.
13. What does the narrator reminisce about near the beginning of Section 2?
(a) Attending elementary school.
(b) The streets she grew up on.
(c) Her first marriage.
(d) Her family life.
14. What is harder for Antiguans to get than car loans?
(a) Student loans.
(b) Fixed utility poles.
(d) Home loans.
15. Who arrives in Antigua at the beginning of Section 1?
(a) The Swedish.
(b) The narrator.
(d) The headmistress of the girls' school.
Short Answer Questions
1. What either frightens or thrills the tourists?
2. What is the only offense the Czechoslovakian refugee accepts from his patients?
3. What does the author say in Section 2 that the English steal from the Antiguans?
4. Where do the tourists finally arrive in Section 1?
5. In regard to the laws that the narrator recalls being passed, what do the English have difficulty determining?
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