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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. In Chapter 4, Part 1, how many gold teeth does the master of cermonies have?
2. In Chapter 3, Section 4, how long does Wangari say that she spent in jail before she had a hearing?
(a) 4 nights.
(b) 2 nights.
(c) 5 nights.
(d) 3 nights.
3. In Chapter 2, Section 2, how much pay is the girl in Wariinga's story given when her boss lets her go?
(a) 2 months.
(b) 6 weeks.
(c) 3 weeks.
(d) 1 month.
4. In Chapter 5, how long does Gatuiria say that he stayed in America?
(a) 15 years.
(b) 4 years.
(c) 8 years.
(d) 10 years.
5. In Chapter 4, Part 2, what was Kihaahu's occupation before Uhuru?
Short Answer Questions
1. In Chapter 2, Section 1, where does Wariinga work as a secretary?
2. In Chapter 5, what does Wariinga say that the Golden Heights area of Ilmorog used to be called?
3. What did Gitutu's father do?
4. In Chapter 3, Section 3, how many passengers does Mwaura need to pay for the petrol?
5. What musical instrument does Gatuiria mention in Chapter 3, Part 2?
Short Essay Questions
1. In Chapter 3, Section 4, what happens when Wangari says she does not have money to pay her fare?
2. What does Wariinga see when she looks at the foreigners in Chapter 4, Part 1?
3. In Chapter 3, Section 4, why does Wangari say that she went to Nairobi?
4. In Chapter 4, Part 1, what are the rules of the competition?
5. In Chapter 1, Section 1, what do people say when Gicaandi wants to tell the story?
6. In Chapter 4, Part 1, what does a servant learn when his master gives him 100,000 shillings?
7. Who begs Gicaandi to tell his story in Chapter 1, Section 2?
8. How does Gitutu make his first money?
9. At the end of Chapter 3, Section 4, what does Muturi say about two ways, and what does Mwaura say in response?
10. At the end of Chapter 4, Part 2, what does Muturi think about Wangari?
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