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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 was Mr. Thabane's profession?
(a) He was a shoe seller.
(b) He was a teacher.
(c) He was a dock worker.
(d) He was a political leader.
2. What does Vercueil propose to the narrator?
(a) To go shopping.
(b) To go for a drive.
(c) To go to the U.S.A.
(d) To go to the township.
3. What is Mr. Thabane's current profession?
(a) He is a steel worker.
(b) He sells shoes.
(c) He is a dock worker.
(d) He is a teacher.
4. Who gives the narrator little help after the narrator tries to take her car home?
(a) The white township guards.
(b) The military.
(c) The police.
(d) The township inhabitants.
5. What did the narrator's daughter tell her as she was leaving South Africa.
(a) That she would never return.
(b) That she would return every year.
(c) That she never want to see her again.
(d) That she would send her money to bring her to the U.S.
Short Answer Questions
1. How was Florence dressed in the narrator's dream?
2. What does the narrator say she is afraid of?
3. What does the narrator ask Vercueil to fix?
4. What does the narrator hope her daughter will do after the letters stop?
5. What does the narrator and her group stop to watch?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Mrs. Curren do when Mr. Vercueil is not looking?
2. What advice does the narrator offer to Mr. Thabane?
3. What was the narrator planning to do with her car?
4. Why is Florence comforted inside the building?
5. What does the narrator think about when sitting in the car alone?
6. Where do Mr. Vercueil and the narrator drive?
7. What do the narrator and Mr. Thabane discuss about comradeship?
8. Who does Florence dress as at the start of Part Four?
9. What is playing on the television when Mr. Vercueil brings the television into the room?
10. What does Mr. Vercueil say of the bottle in the paper bag?
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