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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 type of school do Tambu and her brother Nhamo attend?
(a) Boarding school.
(b) Missionary school.
(c) Montessori school.
(d) Elementary school.
2. What does Ma'Shingayi say killed her son?
3. How long after being diagnosed with his disease did Nhamo die?
(a) Two weeks.
(b) Two days.
(c) Two hours.
(d) Two months.
4. What emotion does Tambu force upon herself when she sees her uncle's great wealth?
(a) She forces herself to be appreciative.
(b) She forces herself to be shocked.
(c) She forces herself to be confused.
(d) She forces herself to be unimpressed.
5. Which of the following beverages does Tambu regularly drink with Maiguru?
(b) Rice wine.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which of the following facts is NOT true of Babamukuru's wife?
2. What disease was Nhamo diagnosed as dying from?
3. What year does Nhamo die?
4. What task is Tambu asked to do for the visiting relatives?
5. Which of the following activities has Babamukuru forbidden while he is visiting?
Short Essay Questions
1. What causes Lucia to burst out of the kitchen during the family meeting and attack Takesure?
2. After Nyasha collapses and is brought to the doctor, what is her diagnosis?
3. How does Tambu feel when Babamukuru returns to the city, leaving her alone with her pregnant mother?
4. How does Tambu feel about the tea Maiguru serves at her home?
5. How does Babamukuru feel about Lucia's presence on the homestead?
6. How does Tambu feel about the village latrine?
7. What emotions does Tambu feel when she enters her uncle, Babamukuru's, home for the first time?
8. Why do nuns from the Sacred Heart arrive at the mission school?
9. How does Tambu react when Lucia announces that she is leaving the homestead for good?
10. How does Nyasha react to the fact that she cannot find her D.H. Lawrence book?
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