1. What is the narrator's profession?
(c) Police officer.
2. Where is the narrator working?
3. The narrator is a citizen of what country?
4. In this story, Burma is a colony of what empire?
(a) The Japanese Empire.
(b) The American Empire.
(c) The British Empire.
(d) The Russian Empire.
5. How do the Burmese treat the narrator?
(a) They harass and insult him whenever they can.
(b) They are respectful to his face, but sneer at him behind his back.
(c) They are respectful and grateful to him.
(d) They are openly violent at times.
6. In principle, with whom does the narrator side?
(a) The British.
(b) The prisoners.
(c) The Burmese.
(d) The police.
7. What has the elephant destroyed?
(a) A.grove of trees, a hut, and a bicycle.
(b) A newsstand.
(c) A cart with vegetables in it.
(d) A bamboo hut, some fruit stalls, and a rubbish van.
8. Where did the elephant come from?
(a) It was wild, and found its way into the town.
(b) It was domesticated.
(c) It had escaped from the zoo.
(d) It was released in the town by someone who wanted to destroy the bazaar.
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