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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does the narrator say to the young man her and her group meet as she rejects his request?
(a) That she wants to help.
(b) That she wants to burn her car.
(c) That she wants to go home.
(d) That she will help the insurrection.
2. What does the John do when he sees the narrator?
(a) He hides something under the sheets.
(b) He smiles.
(c) He closes the door.
(d) He shoots at her.
3. What did the narrator tell her daughter during their last conversation?
(a) That she had a man in her life.
(b) That she had cancer.
(c) That she was coming to the U.S.A.
(d) That she was well.
4. What does Vercueil do instead of what the narrator asked?
(a) He goes and gets the dog.
(b) He cleans the pool himself.
(c) He brings the TV in the bedroom.
(d) He brings the radio in the bathroom.
5. What does the narrator want to do after looking at her watch?
(a) Go dance.
(b) Go home.
(c) Go drink.
(d) Go for a swim.
6. What does the narrator wonder about her daughter?
(a) If she should have followed her to the United States.
(b) If she should have prevented her daughter from leaving.
(c) If she should have remarried.
(d) If she should have turned Bheki over to the police.
7. What is the narrator doing when the boy startles her?
(a) She is cooking.
(b) She is reading.
(c) She is writing.
(d) She is taking her medication.
8. What does Mr. Vercueil do the morning of Part Three "p.115-147"?
(a) Write a letter.
(b) Play with his dog.
(d) Follow the narrator around.
9. What prevents the narrator from going out in the days following her car drive?
(a) The weather.
(b) The police is staking out the house.
(c) Her car is broken.
(d) A cold.
10. What does the narrator think about while being driven home?
(a) The trust she put in Vercueil.
(b) Changing her will.
(c) Her cancer.
(d) That she likes being drunk.
11. What is Mr. Thabane's current profession?
(a) He is a dock worker.
(b) He is a teacher.
(c) He sells shoes.
(d) He is a steel worker.
12. What was Mr. Thabane's profession?
(a) He was a teacher.
(b) He was a dock worker.
(c) He was a political leader.
(d) He was a shoe seller.
13. What does the narrator hear while on the ground?
(a) People calling for the killing of all whites.
(c) People plotting a bank heist.
(d) People trying to find an unidentified white woman.
14. How was Florence dressed in the narrator's dream?
(a) Like a police officer.
(b) Like lady liberty.
(c) Like a white politician.
(d) Like a Greek goddess.
15. What did the narrator's daughter tell her as she was leaving South Africa.
(a) That she would return every year.
(b) That she would never return.
(c) That she would send her money to bring her to the U.S.
(d) That she never want to see her again.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is the narrator's physician?
2. What does the narrator hear as she makes her way to the door?
3. What does Vercueil propose to the narrator?
4. How does the narrator call the house of Parliament?
5. What does the narrator hope her daughter will do after the letters stop?
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