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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 paid the ram price to the mercenary to keep the Korphe school project from being shut down?
2. The Korphe vocational center helped women ____ money.
3. Who began building a hotel using Korphe school supplies?
4. In Chapters 10 through 12, it was mentioned that Greg and Haji's son talked about ____, both detailing their relationships.
5. In recovering the lost Korphe building supplies, entrusted to Changazi, Greg realized that ___ of the supplies are simply gone.
(c) About a quarter.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did the captors give Greg, at his request, on the third day of his captivity?
2. According to Chapters 10 through 12, what was Greg's annual salary as CAI director?
3. Who moved to Montana to build a home?
4. When Greg returned to Pakistan, he found petitions to build more schools, but he was opposed at first by whom?
5. Who was relegated to bystander from supervisor during the Korphe school building project?
Short Essay Questions
1. Upon returning to Pakistan in Chapters 10 through 12, what did Greg find had been done on the Korphe school project?
2. What happened when Greg was awakened by armed men in Waziristan?
3. Why did Greg tell his Waziristan captors about his wife's pregnancy, and that she was due in less than a month?
4. According to Chapters 13 through 16, why did Greg start taking his meals in the kitchen?
5. Why did Greg hire additional teachers for the government school mentioned in Chapters 13 through 16?
6. What did Greg admit to Twaha about his relationship with Marina?
7. Who wrote Greg a check to build the Korphe bridge?
8. What happened when Greg contacted Tara after is Waziristan release, and being out of contact with her for several days?
9. Once the Korphe school project began, why was Greg relegated to bystander?
10. Who is Ghulam Parvi?
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