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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. Why is Nyasha favored within the school system?
(a) Because she is the smartest in the class.
(b) Because she comes from a wealthy family.
(c) Because she is well-traveled and well-respected.
(d) Because she is the headmaster's daughter.
2. Which of the following women is the eldest in Tambu's family?
(b) Tete Gladys.
3. Who runs back to Babamukuru to tell him that Nyasha is alone with a boy?
4. Which of the following students claims that studying for the exams is "the first time I've done something that matters"?
5. How many people arrive at the homestead to celebrate Babamukuru's arrival?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is put in charge of overseeing the food during the duration of the trip home?
2. During which meal does Nyasha collapse in front of her family?
3. What color is the fabric purchased for the bridesmaids' dresses?
4. Which of the following food items turns green when it cannot be refrigerated, but is still served to guests?
5. Which of the following best describes Tambu's attitude as she returns to the homestead?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Maiguru react to the vicious fight that breaks out between Babamukuru and Nyasha after the dance?
2. After Nyasha collapses and is brought to the doctor, what is her diagnosis?
3. Why doesn't Nyasha want to attend the missionary school one town over?
4. How do Nyasha's parents react to the dress she wears to the Christmas dance?
5. What causes Lucia to burst out of the kitchen during the family meeting and attack Takesure?
6. Who is Nyaradzo?
7. What part about studying makes Nyasha most nervous, and how does she combat those nerves?
8. How does Ma'Shingayi feel about Lucia staying on the homestead?
9. How does Tambu feel about her parents' impending wedding ceremony?
10. How does Tambu feel about the village latrine?
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