Part I, Chapter 1
1. What form does Mrs. Milagros' narration take?
(a) A declaration.
(b) A dialog with her daughter.
(c) A song.
(d) A letter.
2. In the series of events narrated by Mrs. Milagros, when does she initially claim the story begins?
(a) Two years before she begins her description of the events.
(b) Six months prior to her narrative.
(c) A year and a half before her narrative begins.
(d) Four years before she begins her narrative.
3. How many children does Mrs. Milagros have?
4. What does Mrs. Milagros describe as difficult ("un arte nada facil") for the owners of boarding houses?
(a) Making sure clients keep the place clean so as to avoid attracting mice.
(b) Creating meals that satisfy everyone's tastes.
(c) Making sure her young children are not negatively influenced by the presence of her guests.
(d) To find and select clients.
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