1. What are the name of the two markets the main characters is drawn to?
(a) Afo and Eke.
(b) Tee and Gonad.
(c) Kike and Lumar.
(d) Ogli and Keke.
2. What kind of snake does the author compare the road to?
(a) A python.
(b) A brown snake.
(c) A boa-constricter.
(d) A puff adder.
3. What are the young ladies wearing on their heads?
(c) Cardboard boxes.
4. Who does the author describe as a sensible man?
5. What kind of business does Nwibe own?
(a) A restaurant.
(b) A shop.
(c) A cafe.
(d) A farm.
6. What does Mgboye say the dog has done?
(a) Bit her baby.
(b) Put its mouth in her soup-pot.
(c) Chewed her favorite dress.
(d) Urinated on her bed.
7. What does Nwibe think it would have been easier for his wife to do than hit the dog?
(a) Send it out of the house.
(b) Cover the soup pot.
(c) Move the soup pot.
(d) Give it food.
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