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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where did Jonathan sell palm wine?
(a) From his bicycle.
(b) From his market booth.
(c) From his bar.
(d) Through local shop.
2. What was inked on the clothing of the person at Jonathan's front door?
(a) A name.
(c) Three circles.
(d) Two stars.
3. What did Jonathan give to get his bicycle back?
(a) Basket of bread.
(b) Two pounds.
(c) Five shillings.
(d) Two handmade blankets.
4. Where did Jonathan put his money as soon as his hand closed around it?
(a) His money bag.
(b) His jacket pocket.
(c) His pants pocket.
(d) His shoe.
5. Jonathan's neighborhood town is called ___ Overside.
6. To whom were the akara balls sold.
(a) Camp officals.
(b) People traveling the road.
7. How did Jonathan feel about having his bicycle again in such a condition?
8. What did Jonathan's bicycle need when he got it back?
(a) New chain.
(b) New wheels.
(c) Handlebar repairs.
(d) Palm grease.
9. Where did Jonathan buy palm wine?
(a) Boats at harbor.
(b) Local market.
(c) Nearby villages.
(d) Neighborhhod bar.
10. What is this lead character's last name?
11. How many days did Jonathan stand in line for the "windfall?"
12. The Iwegbu family house was missing all its doors and ____.
13. Where was the bicycle for a year?
(a) In a pawn shop.
(b) At his father in law's house.
(c) In a cemetery.
(d) Under his porch.
14. What had become a "mountain of rubble" two houses down?
(a) His house.
(b) The church.
(c) A concrete edifice.
(d) The school.
15. Why did Jonathan doubt the person requesting to use his bicycle?
(a) There was no paperwork for the request.
(b) The person was not a neighbor.
(c) The person seemed insincere.
(d) The way the person was dressed.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where did Jonathan go after he had his award payment?
2. What is Jonathan's overall attitude or mood in the first paragraph of the story?
3. Where did Jonathan go daily to see "what was what?"
4. The tools used to repair the Iwegbu house were a blunt plan, a hammer and bent ___ nails.
5. Who made and sold akara balls?
This section contains 366 words
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