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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. Who is also up with Jonathan when the neighbors come to call?
(b) Maria and their eldest son.
(c) His eldest son.
(d) The children.
2. How many gallons does the container hold that Jonathan gets ready to take with him, while his neighbors watch?
(a) Five gallons.
(b) Four gallons.
(c) Two liters.
(d) Three liters.
3. Who first raised an alarm cry for help?
(a) A soldier.
(b) One of the children.
4. What does Jonathan tell the thief he can have if he can find it in the house?
(a) 20 pounds.
(c) 100 pounds.
5. At first, how does Jonathan respond to the thief leader's suggestion to call someone else for help?
(a) In fear.
(b) He does not respond.
(d) In anger.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who groaned in terror at the sound of the additional voices?
2. The thief asked, after the cry of alarm, "you ____ finish?".
3. What type of bowl is over the open fire?
4. Now that the war is over, according to the thief leader, this is a time for ____ peace.
5. What does the thief at the door tell the family he wants them to do?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Jonathan realize as he prepares to negotiate with the leader thief?
2. After calling for the police, how does the thief continue to mock Jonathan?
3. Why is the Iwegbu family already in a normal routine instead of lamenting their loss?
4. How does the thieves' leader describe his and his men's intentions?
5. Why do the men with the thief leader disagree with him?
6. How does the leader of the theives exercise his authority with his men?
7. What happens once the Iwegbu family knows who is at their door?
8. What does Jonathan do or say to convince the thief he does not have the amount of the requested ransom?
9. What is Jonathan's attitude toward his neighbors in the light of day after the robbery?
10. Who is awake with Jonathan?
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