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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where is the narrator put after she tells the one trying to get her out of her house that she has cancer?
(a) On the couch.
(b) In the kitchen.
(c) In her study.
(d) On her bed.
2. What does the narrator try to do while tipsy?
(a) Throw the bottle out of the car.
(b) Go for a swim.
(c) Kiss Mr. Vercueil.
3. How does the narrator call the house of Parliament?
(a) The house of horror.
(b) The house of shame.
(c) The house of hate.
(d) The house of injustice.
4. What does the narrator hope her daughter will do after the letters stop?
(a) Help fight apartheid.
(b) Give Vercueil some money.
(c) Give the house to Vercueil.
(d) Think kindly of Mr Vercueil.
5. Who is with the narrator as she drives to the township?
(a) Florence and her two daughters.
(c) The dog.
(d) Her lawyer.
6. What happened on Government Avenue in the narrator's dream in Part four?
(a) She burns down the Parliament.
(b) She meets with her daughter.
(c) She burns down her house.
(d) She burns down a Greek temple.
7. 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 well.
(d) That she was coming to the U.S.A.
8. What does the narrator compare aging to?
(a) Riding a bicycle downhill.
(b) A drive with two dogs.
(c) A long drive with young children.
(d) A roller coaster ride.
9. What excuse does the narrator give to the police officer to justify her presence there?
(a) She is a lawyer.
(b) She is the mayor.
(c) She is chief of police.
(d) She is driving her employee back home.
10. What was Mr. Thabane's profession?
(a) He was a shoe seller.
(b) He was a dock worker.
(c) He was a teacher.
(d) He was a political leader.
11. What does the narrator say she is afraid of?
(a) The dog biting her.
(b) Seeing Vercueil in her dreams.
(d) Hearing the national anthem for eternity.
12. What did the narrator's daughter tell her as she was leaving South Africa.
(a) That she would return every year.
(b) That she never want to see her again.
(c) That she would never return.
(d) That she would send her money to bring her to the U.S.
13. What prevents the narrator from going out in the days following her car drive?
(a) Her car is broken.
(b) The police is staking out the house.
(c) A cold.
(d) The weather.
14. What does the narrator want to do after looking at her watch?
(a) Go drink.
(b) Go dance.
(c) Go for a swim.
(d) Go home.
15. What does the police tell the narrator?
(a) That she must submit to a body scanner.
(b) That she must pay a fee to enter.
(c) That she is not allowed to pass.
(d) That she can only continue on foot.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the narrator doing when the boy startles her?
2. What does the narrator think about after Vercueil left her alone?
3. Where are the police officers the narrator talks with?
4. What does the narrator see inside the building they go to?
5. Who picks the narrator up after she wakes up?
This section contains 546 words
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