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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who suggests Pieter take Nella away for a holiday?
(a) Pieter's mother.
2. Who offers to fetch Pieter another pipe?
3. How old is Pieter when he is forbidden to continue to collect stamps?
4. Jokingly, what does Japie promise one night to seek out Pieter's advice on?
5. Upon returning from evening church services, Pieter kisses Nella. What does she do after he smiles at her?
6. According to the narrator, great strength calls a man to honor while great _______________ calls a man to dishonor.
7. Japie tells Pieter that someone wants Stephanie out of Venterspan and keeps hounding him about it. Who is this person?
(b) The magistrate.
8. After rugby practice, Pieter goes for a visit with whom?
(c) His dad.
9. What do Pieter and his companion drink while at the hotel?
10. What does the note say that is pinned to Pieter's door when he comes home from the field?
(a) Nella back tomorrow.
(b) Your dad is worse.
(c) Sorry-missed you.
(d) I saw you.
11. Who does Pieter warn his houseboy about because they are "idle and break the law"?
12. What is the name of the boy chasing the girl that hides in the shadows of the trees in Chapter 2?
13. In Chapter 4, who tries to give the lieutenant a present, but he refuses unless he pays for it?
(d) Kappie's father.
14. What does the narrator put aside to write this story?
15. The night after Pieter sleeps with Stephanie, who is at the front desk when Pieter arrives for work?
(c) The captain.
Short Answer Questions
1. After the constables took Stephanie back to the vehicle, who stayed behind?
2. Before the note, what did Pieter plan to do to cleanse his corruption?
3. In Chapter 9, who is already at Stephanie's trial when Sophie arrives?
4. After finding the note, Pieter heated water. Why?
5. The young dominee ends his sermon with these words, "I am come that ye might have life, and have it more _______, saith the Lord."
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