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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What system of segregation exists during the time of this play?
(a) Muslims and Christians.
(b) Privatization of banking and the government finance system.
(c) Church and State.
2. What does Sizwe want to do with what he has discovered in the alleyway?
(a) Hide him.
(b) Check his wallet.
(c) Help him.
(d) Ignore him.
3. Where is Sizwe when he introduces himself to other people on the night he went to the bar with Buntu?
(a) In the back alley of the bar.
(b) Outise of Buntu's car.
(c) Outside of Buntu's house.
(d) Out on the street in front of the bar.
4. According to the preacher, at death, the soul gets to go...?
(a) In peace.
(d) Aound the block.
5. What does Buntu reluctantly do after Sizwe suggests that they let whoever's there know what's happened?
(a) He gets the man's passbook.
(b) He asks someone to call the police.
(c) He asks the man his name.
(d) He walks back to the bar.
6. At what affair did the preacher speak, according to Buntu?
(a) At a wedding.
(b) At a church liturgy.
(c) At a baptism.
(d) At a funeral.
7. When Sizwe finally hands his passbook to Buntu, what does he say at that moment?
(a) What's in the book doesn't make him a man, but that it goes with you everywhere anyway.
(b) That Sizwe is not Sizwe, but Jacob.
(c) That this book is his life, as ridiculous as that may seem.
(d) That this book makes him less of a man.
8. Where does Sizwe say the raid took place?
(a) On Zola's home.
(b) On Sizwe's old home.
(c) At the old dance hall.
(d) At Buntu's old village.
9. In Part 4, how does Sizwe begin telling the audience about going to a bar with Buntu?
(a) By narrating the dream he had that night.
(b) Through narrating his experience to Buntu the next day.
(c) By narrating his letter to Noweto.
(d) By shouting angrily about his memories of the bar.
10. What does Buntu proceed to to after explaining about the dead man's book to Sizwe?
(a) Takes the dead man's book.
(b) Take the dead man's clothes.
(c) Walk away.
(d) Takes the dead man's money.
11. Who does Buntu say was a good man but who faced nothing but trouble?
12. What does Buntu say to Sizwe in regards to seeing Sizwe's information in Part 3?
(a) That he should be ok as long as he leaves soon.
(b) That now he's in real trouble.
(c) That he should go undercover.
(d) That he's a very smart man.
13. What is a common theme between what Styles went through to get his shop and what Sizwe would have to go through to get a new passbook?
14. What does Sizwe say in response to Buntu's concern over Sizwe's passbook?
(a) That he should forget about it.
(b) That it is not important.
(c) That it is important not to tell anyone about it.
(d) That he wonders about the possibility of being able to get another one.
15. Who starts leading the way to go home when Sizwe and Buntu leave the bar on their first night out?
(a) A bartender who just got off his shift.
(d) A passerby.
Short Answer Questions
1. After seeing Sizwe's information, what does Buntu realize?
2. What did Buntu say the preacher compare death to in his speech?
3. What was the second suggestion offered to Buntu regarding the discovery in the alleyway?
4. What is the name of the first class liquor Sizwe is served at the bar with Buntu?
5. After explaining to Siswe his thoughts on death, what happens to Buntu's mood?
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