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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Which Johnson family women quilts the quilt tops that Grandma Dee pieces?
(a) Cousin Celie and Cousin Jill.
(b) Ms. Johnson and her sister, Aunt Dicie or Big Dee.
(c) Great Grandma Dee and Aunt Dicie.
(d) Aunt Cassie and Maggie.

2. Who fills her bottom lip with checkerberry snuff at the end of "Everyday Use?"
(a) Ms. Johnson.
(b) Aunt Dicie.
(c) Maggie.
(d) Wangero.

3. Which of the following characters are mentioned in "Everyday Use" but do not actually appear on stage?
(a) Grandma Dee, Aunt Dicie, and Grandpa Jarrell.
(b) Maggie and John Thomas.
(c) Great Grandpa Ezra, John Thomas, and Hakim-a-barber.
(d) Hakim-a-barber and Wangero.

4. What does Ms. Johnson kill with a sledge hammer one winter?
(a) A wolf.
(b) A bull calf.
(c) A rat.
(d) A hog.

5. How does Hakim-a-barber feel about the group of people to which Ms. Johnson asks if he belongs?
(a) He considers them allies.
(b) He disagrees with their doctrines.
(c) He hates them.
(d) He shares their doctrines, but doesn't farm or raise cattle.

6. How does Dee's male companion greet Ms. Johnson and Maggie?
(a) With the Arabic greeting Asalamalakim.
(b) With a polite nod.
(c) With a kiss on the cheek.
(d) With a handshake.

7. What does Ms. Johnson think Dee's companion does for a living because of his name?
(a) She thinks he's a barber.
(b) She thinks he's a Musllim preacher.
(c) She thinks he's a lawyer.
(d) She thinks he's a college professor.

8. After dinner, who goes into Ms. Johnson's room and riffles through the trunk at the foot of Ms. Johnson's bed?
(a) Ms. Johnson.
(b) Wangero.
(c) Hakim-a-barber.
(d) Maggie.

9. What does Ms. Johnson believe Maggie thinks her portion from God is?
(a) To suffer ill health.
(b) To be loveless and alone.
(c) To prosper and live in abundance.
(d) To do without while Wangero prospers.

10. What is the nickname of the person who whittles Ms. Johnson's churn dasher?
(a) Big Bear.
(b) Old Henry.
(c) Stump.
(d) Stash.

11. Who asks Ms. Johnson for the butter churn dasher?
(a) Maggie.
(b) Hakim-a-barber.
(c) Wangero.
(d) John Thomas.

12. Who tells Ms. Johnson she doesn't understand her heritage?
(a) Hakim-a-barber.
(b) Wangero.
(c) Aunt Dicie.
(d) Maggie.

13. How many quilts does Dee/Wangero take back to the city with her at the end of the story?
(a) None.
(b) Two.
(c) Four.
(d) One.

14. What animal does Ms. Johnson describe as "soothing and slow?"
(a) Horses.
(b) Cats.
(c) Dogs.
(d) Cows.

15. Who asks Ms. Johnson for the family's butter churn top?
(a) Hakim-a-barber.
(b) Maggie.
(c) Wangero.
(d) John Thomas.

Short Answer Questions

1. What looks like a mule tail to Ms. Johnson when she sees Dee's male companion?

2. Who is the protagonist in "Everyday Use?"

3. At the beginning of "Everyday Use," what kind of tree does Ms. Johnson say she likes to sit outside and look up into while enjoying the breeze?

4. How far back can Ms. Johnson trace her family tree?

5. What is Ms. Johnson's religion?

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