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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What do the narrator and his acquaintance have to do before they receive food from the church?
(a) Listen to a sermon
(b) Debate religion with the vicar
(c) Vandalize a rival church
(d) Sing and dance
2. For how long is Bozo in prison?
(a) 14 days
(b) 10 days
(c) 5 days
(d) 3 days
3. What does the narrator say that society misunderstands?
(a) The need for food
(b) The nature of man
(c) The nature of children
(d) A tramp's life
4. What does the narrator find uncomfortable in this chapter?
(a) Listening to the tramps' political opinions.
(b) Talking to Bozo
(c) Flirting with female tramps
(d) Mixing with blacks and Indians
5. What is the name of the narrator's new friend?
6. To what does the narrator refuse to subscribe?
(a) The big issue magazine
(b) The salvation army
(d) The Times newspaper
7. How many men live at the lodgings ?
8. Where does the tramp major invite the narrator to work?
(a) The kitchen
(b) The big issue magazine
(c) The garden
(d) The laundry
9. How big are the bedrooms in the spike?
(a) 8x5 feet
(b) 5x5 feet
(c) 10x10 feet
(d) 8x8 feet
10. How old is Paddy?
11. What do the deputy and his wife make at any time of the day?
12. What is the name of Paddy's friend?
13. How many nights is a homeless person allowed to stay at a spike?
14. How does the narrator travel to London?
(a) By ship
(b) By train
(c) By bus
(d) By car
15. What does the narrator list in this chapter?
(a) Swear words
(b) Difficult to prounce words
(c) Things he needs to do
(d) Slang words
Short Answer Questions
1. What kind of street meeting does the narrator see in this chapter?
2. How much money does the narrator have left the next morning?
3. What is the name of the spike the narrator stays in in this chapter?
4. What kind of stories does the narrator hear at the Cromley spike?
5. To what does the narrator compare the spikes?
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