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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. What is the mood of Mma Ramotswe's foster daughter?
2. Mma Makutsi's new business is based on ________________________.
(a) Selling leather bags.
(b) Creative cooking.
(c) Teaching men to type.
(d) Providing healthcare services.
3. In what city is Mma Ramotswe's business located?
4. What does the minister demand that those in attendance do?
(a) Take singing lessons.
(b) Give a large donation to the church.
(c) Give money to the poor.
(d) Confess their sins in front of the group.
5. Who is the owner of the new business across town?
(a) Mr. Mandela.
(b) Mr. Noori.
(c) Mr. Kaleb.
(d) Mr. Buthelezi.
Short Answer Questions
1. What was the last name of the family with whom Mr. Molefelo lived?
2. Where do Mma Ramotswe and Mma Makutsi go in Chapter 5?
3. What is Mma Ramotswe's marital status?
4. What does Mma Ramotswe think about the opening of the new business?
5. What does Mr. Matekoni become aware of at Mma Ramotswe's house?
Short Essay Questions
1. What seems to be Mr. Molefelo's intention by contacting Mma Ramotswe?
2. What does Mma Ramotswe think is the answer to Mma Makutsi's financial struggles?
3. How does Mma Makutsi arrive at the idea for her typing school?
4. Why is the visit to the new detective agency so insulting to Mma Ramotswe and Mma Makutsi?
5. What does Mma Ramotswe learn about a problem her foster daughter is struggling with?
6. How does Mma Ramotswe reassure her foster daughter about her problem?
7. What are other people's thoughts about the potential for success of Mma Makutsi's typing school?
8. What situation did Mr. Molefelo find himself in with his girlfriend at the time? Why did he steal an item from the Tsolamoseses?
9. Why does the author insert Mr. Molefelo's character into the story?
10. Why does the typewriter school seem to be a win-win situation for Mma Makutsi?
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