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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who regularly wakes up in the middle of the night because of sleeping problems?
2. Who trusts Matekoni implicitly by staying at his house?
(a) The boy.
(b) The maid.
(c) The girl.
(d) The teacher.
3. Who types the report of what was learned from watching the first client's partner's whereabouts?
4. Who feels it is his/her duty to help Matekoni?
(a) The girl.
(b) The maid.
(c) The teacher.
(d) The boy.
5. Who stares at Ramotswe a long time before telling her the children are from an orphan farm?
6. Who does Matekoni decide to hire?
(a) A poet.
(b) A secretary.
(c) A bookkeeper.
(d) A writer.
7. Where does the person work that owes Florence money?
(a) A hotel.
(b) A bar.
(c) A saloon.
(d) An office.
8. How had Florence protected from the police, the person she met at a take-out restaurant?
(a) Stole for her.
(b) Stole for him.
(c) Lied for him.
(d) Lied for her.
9. From whom does the detective learn that Ranta is a ladies' man?
(a) The secretary.
(b) The Prime Minister.
(c) The government.
(d) The principal.
10. Who is happy to marry a kind man?
11. Who is the South African woman that Michael shared a room with at the farm?
12. Whose brother is in prison in Chapter 15?
13. What case that haunts Ranta will remain closed, according to a promise by the detective?
14. Who is most interested in learning about engines at the garage?
15. Where does Ramotswe take Matekoni to discuss the children privately?
(a) The Metronome.
(b) The post office.
(c) The Embassy.
(d) The Citadel.
Short Answer Questions
1. What do the orphan children show Ramotswe before explaining they are living with Maketoni?
2. Whom does Matekoni discover knows about engines?
3. Why do the orphans like Maketoni?
4. Where does Florence place the object she gets from the person that she met at a take-out restaurant?
5. What does Ramotswe wonder about the orphan children in Chapter 14?
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