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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. Where did Jonathan go daily to see "what was what?"
(a) The local bar.
(b) The Treasury.
(c) The Coal Corporation offices.
(d) The village meeting spot.
2. What did Jonathan turn in to be able to get this award payment.
(b) Rebel printed propoganda.
(c) Old weapons.
(d) Rebel money.
3. How had Jonathan originally planned to use the money needed to buy back the bicycle?
(a) To buy another bicycle.
(b) To buy food.
(c) To buy firewood.
(d) To pay taxes.
4. Who owns the old bicycle that Jonathan considers a miracle?
(a) He does.
(b) His neighbor.
(c) A soldier.
(d) The carpenter.
5. How long is a fortnight?
(a) 21 days.
(b) 14 days.
(c) 10 days.
(d) 3 weeks.
Short Answer Questions
1. What kind of house did Jonathan have?
2. On average how many pounds did Jonathan earn per day with his taxi service?
3. What did Jonathan do before he looked again at the "unbelievable?"
4. What happened a year before Jonathan got his bicycle back?
5. Why did Jonathan doubt the person requesting to use his bicycle?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Jonathan offer the thief and how does the thief leader and his men respond?
2. How has the value of the Biafran pound changed from Paragraph 2 to Paragraph 3?
3. How do you know about what time it is when Jonathan falls asleep?
4. Why does Jonathan refuse the leader thief's mocking offer?
5. Why does Jonathan give his neighbors a speech instead of ignoring them or telling them to go away?
6. What does Jonathan do after acquiring building materials?
7. What does Jonathan realize as he prepares to negotiate with the leader thief?
8. After calling for the police, how does the thief continue to mock Jonathan?
9. Why is the Iwegbu family already in a normal routine instead of lamenting their loss?
10. What significance is the Coal Corporation to Jonathan and others?
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