Don't Let's Go to the Dogs Tonight: An African Childhood Quiz | Eight Week Quiz G

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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapters 36-40.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. According to the narrator in Chapter 6: "Coming-Back Babies,” in African tradition, an infant who dies must be buried among what?
(a) Flowers.
(b) Fruit.
(c) Diamonds.
(d) Tree roots.

2. What phrase does the narrator use to describe her mother growing increasingly drunk in Chapter 2: "Getting There & Zambia 1987"?
(a) “Falling about.”
(b) “Riding a three-legged donkey.”
(c) “Penguin walking.”
(d) “Throwing a wobbly.”

3. What caused Bobo to experience burning pain in her private areas?
(a) A snake bite.
(b) A bee sting.
(c) A tick bite.
(d) A spider bite.

4. How old were the narrator and her sister in Chapter 28: "Charlie Chilvers"?
(a) 14 and 18.
(b) 7 and 12.
(c) 13 and 16.
(d) 10 and 12.

5. Who was defeating the Portuguese colonial government in Chapter 10: "Chimunenga 1974"?
(a) The Anandi rebels.
(b) The Mutare rebels.
(c) The Czech rebels.
(d) The Frelimo rebels.

Short Answer Questions

1. During Kenya’s war for independence, how many white settlers were killed, according to the narrator in Chapter 3: "Chimurenga I: Zambia, 1999"?

2. How many young white tourists hitchhiking did the Fuller family pick up in Chapter 17: "Vacation"?

3. What color eyes does Bobo have?

4. According to the narrator in Chapter 36: "Mkushi,” Zambia had been independent since October of what year?

5. What kind of infesting flies does the narrator describe in Chapter 9: "Burma Valley"?

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