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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Korede describe seeing through the window on the day she bought her notebook, according to the narrative in "The Notebook"?
(a) A white owl.
(b) A white rat.
(c) A white horse.
(d) A white dog.
2. To what does Korede compare Tade's voice in "Song"?
(a) A river.
(b) The ocean.
(c) The wind.
(d) The moon.
3. What is the painting of that hangs above the piano in Korede's family home?
(a) A butterfly.
(b) A beautiful woman.
(c) Korede's grandfather.
(d) The house they live in.
4. Korede describes Ayoola's skin as a color between cream and what, in "Flaw"?
5. What does Tade ask Korede for in "Break"?
(a) Her recipe for Sujo.
(b) Ayoola's phone number.
(c) Korede's phone number.
(d) Her father's address.
Short Answer Questions
1. What happened to the chair at the dining table where Korede's father used to sit?
2. What does Korede drop a bowl of while eating with her mother and sister in "Stain"?
3. For what ailment does Mrs. Rotinu see Dr. Tade in "Scrubs"?
4. How many naira does Korede give the LASTMA agent to get out of trouble in "Traffic"?
5. At what time is Korede sitting in traffic in the beginning of "Traffic"?
Short Essay Questions
1. From what narrative perspective is the novel related? Why is this important?
2. What is remarkable about Tade's singing in "Song"?
3. Who has Ayoola killed in the beginning of the novel? Why?
4. How is the crime scene covered up after Ayoola's murder in the beginning of the novel?
5. How do Korede's coworkers react to Ayoola when they meet her?
6. Why is Korede upset when Ayoola visits her at work?
7. Who is Muhtar Yautai and what is Korede's relationship to this character?
8. How do Ayoola and Korede differ physically?
9. How is Korede's family's home described? Where is it located?
10. What are Korede's feelings about Tade?
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