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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. To whom were the akara balls sold.
(a) Camp officals.
(b) People traveling the road.
2. What is Jonathan's wife's name?
3. What did Jonathan give to get his bicycle back?
(a) Two pounds.
(b) Two handmade blankets.
(c) Basket of bread.
(d) Five shillings.
4. On average how many pounds did Jonathan earn per day with his taxi service?
(a) 6 pounds.
(b) 8 pounds.
(c) 16 pounds.
(d) 12 pounds.
5. What did Jonathan use as a taxi?
(a) His bicycle.
(b) A borrowed wagon.
(c) A horse drawn carriage.
(d) A car.
6. Who made and sold akara balls?
(a) The children.
(d) The camp cook.
7. What is Jonathan's overall attitude or mood in the first paragraph of the story?
8. Who from Jonathan's family was near the bicycle for the year?
(a) The youngest son.
(d) The oldest son.
9. This survivor's greeting is given in the first days of ______ after the war.
10. What character does the story lead with?
(b) A carpenter.
(c) A thief.
11. After getting the bicycle back, what did Jonathan do with it?
(a) Bury it.
(b) Give it to his son.
(c) Hide it at his neighbor's house.
(d) Sell it.
12. Before the way, how many Biafra pounds would it have taken to purchase a load of firewood?
13. What was Jonathan's occupation before the civil war?
(c) Taxi Service.
14. What did Jonathan accumulate a pile of?
(a) Nigerian money.
(b) British money.
(c) Biafran money.
(d) American money.
15. Who had made a small fortune after a fortnight?
(c) The eldest son.
(d) The carpenter.
Short Answer Questions
1. What distance did Jonathan taxi?
2. Where did Jonathan buy palm wine?
3. If Jonathan had only made one taxi trip daily for a fortnight how much would he have made with his taxi service in this time?
4. Why did Jonathan doubt the person requesting to use his bicycle?
5. After a fortnight how much money did Jonathan have from his taxi service?
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