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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 narrator spend the day doing according to page 15?
(a) Spends the day writing.
(b) Spends the day in bed reading.
(c) Spends the day cleaning the house.
(d) Spends the day gardening.
2. How does the narrator speak to the person that lives near her house?
(a) With respect.
(d) In a condescending manner.
3. Who does the narrator find at the start of Part One?
(a) Her sister.
(b) A homeless man.
(c) Her daughter.
(d) A homeless woman.
4. What do new contacts allow the narrator to experience?
(a) The reality of South African inequalities.
(b) The reality of the Vichy regime.
(c) The reality of life in an Empire.
(d) The reality of the Berlin wall.
5. Why do the youth of the township do?
(a) Burn a police station.
(b) Burn their own school.
(c) Fight with white students.
(d) Drive white people out of the township.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Mr. Vercueil do after being beaten?
2. What does the narrator think about after the person she found leaves the house?
3. What does the narrator write about?
4. Who tries to intervene when Mr. Vercueil is being beaten?
5. Why isn't Bheki in school?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the narrator told about her plan to make a complaint?
2. Why does the narrator say she cannot give him money for nothing?
3. What did the narrator do to ease her pain at the end of Part One, p. 3-15?
4. What does the homeless men decline after answering questions about his birthplace?
5. What does the narrator not understand about the townships?
6. What does the narrator say about charity?
7. What does the narrator say about the boy and her teaching?
8. What did the police do to Bheki and his friend?
9. Who does the narrator want out of the house?
10. Who does the narrator reveal she is speaking to according to Part One, pg. 3-15?
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