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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. How long does the man work before being paid by the narrator?
(a) A couple of weeks.
(b) A couple of month.
(c) A couple of hours.
(d) A couple of days.
2. What does access to money allow Mr. Vercueil to do?
(b) Pay his debts.
(c) Pay for his gambling habit.
3. What does the narrator think of doing with her cats after her death?
(a) Have them put down.
(b) Give them to the homeless man.
(c) Give them to her sister.
(d) Give them to a hospital.
4. Why isn't Bheki in school?
(a) Because he is a genius that don't need to study.
(b) Because he thinks the school was created to make him fit in the apartheid system.
(c) Because he thinks he can have a college scholarship because of basketball.
(d) Because he wants to join the army.
5. Who does the narrator ask for help with her car problems?
(a) A mechanic.
(b) The neighbor.
(c) The homeless man.
(d) Her daughter.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the narrator ask her male employee to do over tea and biscuits?
2. What does the narrator say to the person she finds?
3. What is the ethnicity of the narrator?
4. Why do the youth of the township do?
5. What do new contacts allow the narrator to experience?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did Bheki and another teenage boy do?
2. What did the narrator do to ease her pain at the end of Part One, p. 3-15?
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 the narrator ask the homeless man to do upon her death?
6. What does the narrator say about charity?
7. What does the homeless man do when the narrator brings him coffee?
8. What is unique about the aged woman's views on the apartheid system?
9. What does the narrator find near her garage?
10. Who returns with her two young daughters and teenage son in Part Two, pgs. 35-56?
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