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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 tries to intervene when Mr. Vercueil is being beaten?
(b) The police.
(c) Concerned neighbors.
(d) The narrator.
2. How long does the man work before being paid by the narrator?
(a) A couple of month.
(b) A couple of hours.
(c) A couple of days.
(d) A couple of weeks.
3. What does Florence learn thanks to a phone call a few hours after the crash?
(a) Bheki's friend cannot be found in any hospital.
(b) That the Soweto township was in full revolt.
(c) That her husband was fired.
(d) That her application at the university was turned down.
4. What does the man buy with the money he takes from the narrator?
(a) A camera and some film.
(b) A pillow and a comic book.
(c) Liquor and a mattress.
(d) The newspaper and a laptop.
5. When does the person the narrator met at the start of Part One return?
(a) In the morning.
(b) In the afternoon.
(c) In the evening.
(d) Around noon.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does the narrator find Mr. Vercueil when she wakes?
2. What does the narrator give to the person that lives near her house the first evening?
3. Who is the narrator addressing in this book?
4. What job does the narrator offer the man she went to town with?
5. Where is the man that the narrator brings on her trip to town from?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did the narrator do to ease her pain at the end of Part One, p. 3-15?
2. What did Mr. Vercueil do with more access to money?
3. What did the police do to Bheki and his friend?
4. Why does the narrator say she cannot give him money for nothing?
5. What does Bheki inform the narrator of regarding the police and not being in school?
6. What does the narrator ask the homeless man to do upon her death?
7. What does the narrator do when her car won't start according to Part One, pg. 15-33?
8. What does the narrator explain when a neighbor who calls on the phone?
9. What does the narrator say about charity?
10. What is unique about the aged woman's views on the apartheid system?
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