1. ch 12 - "You know, bachem, I have grown rather fond of you." Who says this?
- Khanum Taheri
- General Taheri
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2. ch 19 - Throughout the whole chapter, Farid treats Amir with disdain. True or false?
- False, Farid feels sympathetic when Amir tells him his Baba died
- False, as he says, "Maybe I will help you find this boy."
- True, by the end of the chapter Amir has only discussed being a writer
- True, he's even more annoyed that Amir makes him look bad by not telling him about Sohrab
3. ch 20 - Farid cares about children. How?
- He asks them about their lives before their parents died
- He strangles the orphanage director when he finds out he's selling children
- He gives them a small gift when Amir is talking to the director
- He doesn't
4. ch 16 - Hassan asks Rahim many questions about Amir. One of them is what?
- Did Amir publish any of his stories?
- Did Amir ever write him a letter?
- Had Amir married?
- Did Amir still have his kite from the tournament?
5. ch 11 - Baba uses similes and comparisons in his dialogue. What comparison does he use on page 110?
- "Living in America is like a bird being set free after years of captivity, it can outstretch its wings, but is unsure how to use them"
- "It's like putting a boy who can't ride a bike behind the wheel of a brand new Cadillac."
- "Learning English is like being a child - the teacher will give me a glittery little star if I can spell 'cat.'"
- "Ronald Reagan is like a God to me, the Shorawi are the Evil Empire!