1. “Two Kinds” is a short story that was initially published in what periodical in February 1989?
(a) The San Franciscan
(b) The Atlantic
(c) Reader’s Digest
(d) The New Yorker
2. “Two Kinds” is a short story from Amy Tan’s book The Joy Luck Club. This collection of short stories revolves around the lives of Chinese immigrant women who form a club and play what game?
(d) Chinese checkers
3. What is Jing-Mei’s last name in the story?
4. Jing-Mei says in the beginning of “Two Kinds,” “My mother believed you could be anything you wanted to be in America. You could open” what?
(a) A hair salon
(b) A factory
(c) A restaurant
(d) A clothing store
5. How old does Jing-Mei say she was when her mother told her “Of course you can be prodigy too” in the beginning of the story?
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