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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 makes Opokuya and Esi's friendship hard to believe?
(a) One is Jewish and the other Muslim.
(b) One is Muslim and one is Christian.
(c) They are so different from each other.
(d) They hated each other when they were children.
2. Who greets Esi at Hotel Twentieth Century?
3. Where is Ogyaanowa staying until school starts?.
(a) With her father.
(b) At her grandmother's house.
(c) With her best friend traveling in Europe.
(d) At her aunt's house.
4. What does Fusena not remember after having been away for two years?
(a) How it feels to not be pregnant or nursing.
(b) The social rigidity of Ghana.
(c) How it feels to teach.
(d) The way women are second class in Ghana.
5. What happens on the drive when Opokuya loses use of the car?
(a) Nothing different from usual.
(c) Kubi jokes trying to get Opokuya in a better mood.
(d) Opokuya tries to convince Kubi the whole way to let her have the car.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Opokuya say she is going to visit her mother?
2. What type of woman does Ali prefer to date?
3. What does Esi realize she has endured when she gets to her office?
4. Why is Ali going to be away from Fusena for a long time?
5. Why is Ohyaanowa unhappy?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Oko think as he watches Esi dress?
2. How does Ali feel about his father and how is he different from his father?
3. How do Ali and Fusena meet and eventually marry?
4. What does Opokuya think Esi should have done differently in Esi's marriage; yet how does she acknowledge her advice is not fair?
5. Why is Esi angry with herself?
6. What does Opokuya realize as she is riding home with Kubi?
7. How does Fusena end up in England with Ali?
8. What happens that pushes Esi over the edge and makes her decide to leave Oko?
9. Why is it important that Esi find a sympathetic ear in Opokuya?
10. What does Opokuya say about single women in Ghana?
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