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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 6.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who is the powerful orator that informs the ten thousand men of the emergency facing the nine villages of Umuofia?
(b) Ogbuefi Ezeugo
(c) Ogbuefi Udo
2. What ultimatum is dispatched to Mbaino as a consequence of the murder of the woman from Umuofia?
(a) The sacrificial offering of one of the daughters of Mbaino.
(b) Delivery to Umuofia a year's worth of the yam harvest as a peace offering.
(c) Choose between war or the offer of a young man and a virgin from Mbaino.
(d) Deliver the head of the murderer to the people of Umuofia.
3. What are the things that Okonkwo fears most?
(a) Evil and capricious gods.
(b) The forest and magic.
(c) Forces of nature.
(d) Failure, weakness, and himself.
4. How does Unoka react when Okoye asks him to repay the two hundred cowries owed to him?
(a) He offers kola nuts as repayment instead of money.
(b) He bursts out laughing.
(c) He promises to repay the money without delay.
(d) He tells Okoye that he would be paid before anyone else.
5. What is the significance of the beating of drums in the village playground, the ilo, where all the great ceremonies and dances of the village take place?
(a) The drums beat as each wrestler is thrown to the ground.
(b) The beating of the drums means that the wrestling match will begin at noon.
(c) The drums play the wrestling dance in preparation for the wrestling match at sundown.
(d) The beating drums announce that there is a winner in the wrestling match.
Short Answer Questions
1. Under what circumstances will the people of Umuofia consult Agbala, the Oracle of the Hills and the Caves?
2. How does Okonkwo react to the disastrous growing season that destroy all his yams and the yams of his people?
3. Why does Okonkwo insult Osugo at a meeting by calling him a woman?
4. Why does Okoye need to collect a past debt from Unkona?
5. Why do the people of Umuofia observe the Week of Peace?
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