1. Where does "Everyday Use" by Alice Walker take place?
(a) New York City.
(b) Rural Georgia, near Augusta.
(d) Rural Ohio.
2. Who is the narrator of "Everyday Use?"
(b) John Thomas.
(d) Ms. Johnson.
3. In what point of view is "Everyday Use" told?
(a) Third person limited.
(b) Third person omniscient.
(c) Second person.
(d) First person.
4. At the beginning of "Everyday Use," with whom is Ms. Johnson waiting in the yard?
(a) Her daughter, Maggie.
(b) Big Dee.
(c) Grandma Dee.
5. What kind of soil comprises Ms. Johnson's yard?
(a) Red earth.
(b) Rich, dark brown earth.
(c) Hard clay.
(d) Dry, dusty soil.
6. What has Ms. Johnson done to her yard at the beginning of the story?
(a) Mowed it.
(b) Mulched it.
(c) Planted flowers in it.
(d) Cleaned and swept it like a floor.
7. In the story's first paragraph, to which room of the house does Ms. Johnson compare her yard, saying it's an extension of that room?
(a) The bedroom.
(b) The dining room.
(c) The kitchen.
(d) The living room.
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