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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 Baba do to the taxi driver?
(a) Spills wine on him.
(b) Takes his money.
(c) Hits him on the head.
(d) Begs for money.
2. Why does the person in #61 begin to shake Fofo and yell at him?
(a) Fofo has gambled all the money away.
(b) Fofo has sold the motorcycle.
(c) Fofo does not want to go through with the deal.
(d) Fofo has let the children get away.
3. What does Jigana want to do to Maisha's clients?
(a) Strangle them.
(b) Fight them.
(c) Shoot them.
(d) Stab them.
4. Kotchikpa is surprised to find that ____________________ has been in on the plot all along.
(c) Big Guy.
(d) Monsieur Abraham.
5. What new name does Mama give to Yewa?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the guard force the children to do?
2. In what country does the story take place?
3. Mama hopes she can sell one of the new puppies to buy ______________________.
4. Even though Kotchikpa no longer wants to travel to Gabon with Mama and Papa, Yewa is still allured by Western food and ___________________.
5. What does Mama suggest giving the neighbors for Christmas?
Short Essay Questions
1. Where are the parents of the children and why do they live with Fofo Kpee?
2. What is the true extent of Mama's gratitude toward Maisha when she gets on her knees to thank her daughter?
3. Who are Kotchikpa and Yewa?
4. Who is Big Guy and what is he looking for at Fofo Kpee's house?
5. What does the motorcycle symbolize in the story?
6. What treats does Fofo Kpee give to the children and what do they think is the occasion for the goodies?
7. What is the premise of "Fattening for Gabon"?
8. What is the importance of "the bad night" when Fofo masturbates in front of the children?
9. Why do Mama and Papa encourage their children to sniff glue and drink alcohol?
10. How do Jigana and his siblings get money from people on the streets?
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