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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. What does the person helping the narrator say she could do with the extra room in her house?
(a) Create a bed and breakfast.
(b) Take a second mortgage.
(c) Rent to students.
(d) Rent to recently released prisoners.
2. Who does the narrator find at the start of Part One?
(a) Her daughter.
(b) A homeless woman.
(c) A homeless man.
(d) Her sister.
3. Who does the narrator ask for help with her car problems?
(a) The homeless man.
(b) The neighbor.
(c) Her daughter.
(d) A mechanic.
4. Who is the narrator addressing in this book?
(a) Her sister.
(b) Her son.
(c) Her mother.
(d) Her daughter.
5. Who tries to intervene when Mr. Vercueil is being beaten?
(a) The narrator.
(b) The police.
(d) Concerned neighbors.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the narrator think about after the person she found leaves the house?
2. What do new contacts allow the narrator to experience?
3. Where is the person the narrator finds at the start of Part One?
4. What happens to the narrator's car in Page 16?
5. How does the narrator speak to the person that lives near her house?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the narrator told about her plan to make a complaint?
2. What does the narrator explain when a neighbor who calls on the phone?
3. Who does the narrator see parked outside of her house?
4. What is the aged woman diagnosed with at the start of Part One, pg. 3-15?
5. What did the narrator do to ease her pain at the end of Part One, p. 3-15?
6. Why does the narrator say she cannot give him money for nothing?
7. What does the homeless men decline after answering questions about his birthplace?
8. What did the police do to Bheki and his friend?
9. What does the narrator tell the homeless man stories about on the trip into town?
10. What happens after the police van continued driving?
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