Mating Test | Final Test - Easy

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

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Who leads the group in opposition to Nelson?
(a) Dorcas.
(b) Hector.
(c) Neither of these.
(d) Both of these.

2. Where is the village of Tsau located?
(a) Unclaimed desert.
(b) Privately owned land.
(c) Property owned by the American government.
(d) In the middle of a game preserve.

3. Who moderates the public meetings and debates?
(a) An elected official.
(b) The Mother Committee.
(c) None of these.
(d) Nelson Denoon.

4. Who does the narrator go to in order to get Nelson out of Tsau?
(a) Dineo.
(b) Mma Isang.
(c) Dorcas.
(d) The Mother Committee.

5. What of her mother's does the narrator accidentally back over with a car?
(a) A gardening set.
(b) A briefcase.
(c) Groceries.
(d) A suitcase.

6. Where does Nelson ask the narrator to move into his home?
(a) During work.
(b) A public tea.
(c) Near the edge of the desert.
(d) A party.

7. Who organizes the night men in Tsau?
(a) Dorcas.
(b) Dineo.
(c) Mma Isang.
(d) Hector.

8. Who pulls the villagers together to put on a performance?
(a) The narrator.
(b) Dineo.
(c) Mma Isang.
(d) Nelson Denoon.

9. Why is their arrival a great consternation in Tsau?
(a) The village is supposed to be a secret.
(b) The villagers are suspicious of them.
(c) Outsiders are always unwelcome.
(d) All of these.

10. Why do Harold and Julia say they are in Tsau?
(a) To teach English.
(b) To teach math.
(c) To read Shakespeare in the schools.
(d) To teach science.

11. What parts of the snakes are valuable in Tsau?
(a) All of these.
(b) Skins.
(c) Skeletons.
(d) Venom.

12. Who sends Harold and Julia to Tsau?
(a) Stanford University.
(b) The British Council.
(c) The African Government.
(d) The European Council.

13. What is the debate over in Chapter 7?
(a) Allowing outsiders to come into the village and stay without question.
(b) Raising a church building.
(c) Allowing men to hold committee seats.
(d) Allowing Nelson a seat on the committee.

14. What kind of new project does Nelson Denoon propose?
(a) Something to outlaw bank secrecy.
(b) An essay against violence.
(c) Something to outlaw secret bank accounts.
(d) All of these.

15. What decision is the narrator struggling with regarding Tsau and Nelson Denoon?
(a) Whether or not to stay.
(b) Whether or not to leave with him.
(c) Whether or not to return with him to Britain.
(d) Whether or not to help him start a new village.

Short Answer Questions

1. What glass work has Nelson been creating based on a glass sculpture he created as a child?

2. After arguing with Nelson over Hector, where does the narrator go?

3. What tendencies does Nelson say males have in general?

4. What does Nelson say attacked a male lion in the desert?

5. How does the narrator feel about her feelings for Nelson?

(see the answer keys)

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