1. Where is Dinesen's farm located?
(a) In Nairobi.
(b) In Somalia.
(c) At the base of the Ngong Hills.
(d) In Tanganyika.
2. How much land does Dinesen have?
(a) Six thousand acres.
(b) One thousand acres.
(c) One hundred acres.
(d) Six hundred acres.
3. How do the squatters make a living?
(a) They train camels and horses.
(b) They are sheep herders.
(c) They trap wild animals for sale to zoos.
(d) They eke out an existence by subsistence farming.
4. In Nairobi, the capital, which government offices are located there?
(a) The Government House, High Court, the Native Affairs Department, and the Government Hospital.
(b) The Government House, the High Court, Traffic Court, and the Department of Environmental Affairs.
(c) The Government House, House of Commons, Native Affairs Department, and the Department of Education.
(d) The Government House, High Court, the Native affairs Department, and the Veterinary Department.
5. The Somali town farther away from Nairobi is home to whom?
(b) Nomadic people who are primarily cattle dealers and traders.
(c) Sheep herders.
(d) Silver smiths.
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