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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 Mr. Vercueil do with the little girls?
(a) Wets them with a hose.
(b) Tells them to go away.
(c) Plays with them.
(d) Yells at them.
2. Who harasses and beats Mr. Vercueil one day?
(a) Bheki and two other white boys.
(b) The narrator.
(d) Bheki and another boy.
3. What does the narrator say about charity not being appreciated?
(a) It is necessary.
(b) It is disrespectful.
(c) It has no point.
(d) It is a crime.
4. What is the name of the narrator's housekeeper?
5. What does Florence learn thanks to a phone call a few hours after the crash?
(a) That her husband was fired.
(b) That her application at the university was turned down.
(c) Bheki's friend cannot be found in any hospital.
(d) That the Soweto township was in full revolt.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Florence say the police do to black boys who are not in school?
2. What does Florence do after the crash?
3. What does the person helping the narrator say she could do with the extra room in her house?
4. What does the narrator ask her housekeeper to do after speaking with the police?
5. What does Mr. Vercueil seem to be sleeping off?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who returns with her two young daughters and teenage son in Part Two, pgs. 35-56?
2. What does the homeless man do when the narrator brings him coffee?
3. Who does the narrator reveal she is speaking to according to Part One, pg. 3-15?
4. What does the narrator explain when a neighbor who calls on the phone?
5. What does the narrator say about the boy and her teaching?
6. What does the narrator reassure Florence of?
7. What happens after the police van continued driving?
8. Who does the narrator see parked outside of her house?
9. What did Mr. Vercueil do with more access to money?
10. What does the narrator tell the homeless man stories about on the trip into town?
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