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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the oldest business in Dr. Paymaster's neighborhood?
(a) House of Cages.
(b) The pharmacist.
(c) The supermarket.
(d) The cinema.
2. Where do the Nobles keep their medicines?
(a) Under Gustad's bed.
(b) In the sideboard.
(c) In a kitchen cabinet.
(d) In the bathroom.
3. What health problem does Roshan have?
4. What musical instrument does Gustad's mother play?
5. Where does Miss Kutpitia buy her milk?
(a) From the Parsi Dairy Farm.
(b) From the supermarket.
(c) From the gas station on the corner.
(d) From the street vendor.
6. Who does Dinshawji flirt with?
(b) Mr. Madon's daughter.
(c) Miss Kutpitia.
(d) Laurie Cotino.
7. What color ink is "used exclusively for inscribing greeting cards or white wedding gift envelopes"?
8. What is the prize for the raffle at Roshan's school, as discussed in Chapter 6?
(a) A jumprope.
(b) A copy of The Wind in the Willows.
(c) A pearl necklace.
(d) A doll.
9. What is the name of Mr. Rabadi's dog?
10. In Chapter 4, how many pieces of chicken are left over after dinner?
11. Where does Major Bilimoria's letter come from?
(a) New Delhi.
12. In Chapter 10, which substance is NOT part of Dilnavaz's home remedy to rid Sohrab of his anger towards Gustad?
(b) Tehmul's fingernail clippings.
13. How old is Dilnavaz?
14. What do the Nobles put on their insect bites?
(d) Calamine lotion.
15. In Chapter 11, what does Dr. Paymaster say the doll needs?
(a) An antibiotic.
(b) A cookie.
(c) A husband.
(d) A college education.
Short Answer Questions
1. How many floors does the Khodadad Building have?
2. Who eventually succeeds in breaking up the argument between Gustad and Sohrab in Chapter 4?
3. In Chapter 7, when does Gustad visit the Chor Bazaar?
4. In Chapter 4, how much does the water seller want for two glasses of water?
5. Who is the Indian Tennyson of Chapter 3?
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