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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does one of Vusamanzi's wives lead Peter to the caverns?
2. What goes wrong with the plan to enter the prison?
3. How does Colonel Nikolai Bukharin intend to find Peter guilty?
4. How is Craig able to get all of his property returned to him?
5. When Vusamanzi leaves Craig, Sally-Anne, Tungata and Sarah in the cavern what does he stress the importance of?
Short Essay Questions
1. What good happens at the end of the book?
2. What is Tungata's state since going to prison?
3. What is Craig's best plan for success in rescuing Tungata from prison and does it happen?
4. Explain the escape of Craig, Sally-Anne, Tungata and Sarah after Peter is led to the cavern.
5. What causes Sally-Anne to go into shock?
6. How does Peter finally get Tungata to lead him to the diamonds?
7. How do Craig, Sally-Anne, Sarah and Tungata spend their time in the caverns?
8. How do Craig and Tungata overtake Peter's headquarters?
9. Describe the contains of Nikolai's briefcase.
10. How do Sally-Anne, Sarah and Craig prepare for their trip to Zimbabwe?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Sally-Anne has become very involved in the planning of Zambezi Waters. Write an essay describing her role with specific examples of what she has done to help.
Essay Topic 2
The theme of poverty and wealth is discussed in the book as shown by the government and the people. Applying what you learned about Zimbabwe's contrast of poverty and wealth answer the following questions:
1) Why is there such a contrast between poverty and wealth?
2) What can be done to fix the problem?
3) Who created the problem? Why do you think this?
Essay Topic 3
The saying "actions speak louder than words" is used often. With this saying in mind, write an essay explaining why Tungata was willing to risk his life and go to prison to protect Craig and why Craig is willing to risk his life to save Tungata.
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