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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. Who tells Makutsi to talk to the maid and follow the partner of the client?
2. Who is the infant orphan staying at Matekoni's house?
(c) The boy.
(d) The girl.
3. What does the article about sleeping problems say about fat people and sleep?
(a) Fat people deprive skinny people of sleep.
(b) Fat people sleep too much.
(c) Fat people are comfortable to sleep on.
(d) Fat people should lose weight in order to sleep better.
4. What had Florence been suffering from since she learned of Mr. J.L.B. Matekoni's plans to marry Mma Ramotswe?
(b) Anxiety attacks.
(d) Sleep deprivation.
5. Who stares at Ramotswe a long time before telling her the children are from an orphan farm?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is a man who needs constant reassurance, according to Ramotswe?
2. Who tells Ramotswe to come to the house to hear the whole story about the student and the altered exam?
3. Who had an affair with the South African woman that Michael shared a room with at the farm?
4. Who calls his office and learns Florence has been arrested?
5. Whom does Ramotswe confront for lying, prompting him to offer to call security?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Ramotswe discover about Ranta?
2. Why is Ramotswe upset about the newspaper article on sleep?
3. What does Matekoni discover he enjoys while shopping?
4. What does Makutsi discover on the trail of Badule's wife?
5. How does Ramotswe respond to Matekoni's desire to adopt the orphans?
6. Why did Carla leave the farm after Michael's death?
7. What does the orphan girl feel she must do for Matekoni?
8. After obtaining the information she needed, what does Ramotswe decide to do for Curtin and Ranta?
9. What decision does Maketoni make about the orphans while sitting in his office?
10. Why is it awkward when Matekoni tells Ramotswe about the children, and what does he fear?
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