A. Bharati moves to Canada.
B. Mira marries a student.
C. Mira gets a green card.
D. Bharati leaves India.
A. The author left the country
B. Mira grew angry with American policies.
C. The author rejected her Indian traditions.
D. The sisters moved to America
A. expectation, showing that the sisters would live according to Indian tradition
B. suspense, suggesting that the sisters were curious about who they would marry
C. unhappiness, implying that the sisters thought they would not like life in America
D. apology, emphasizing that the sisters were sorry to go against their father’s wishes
A. Mira needs a green card to work
B. She is well known but working illegally.
C. Mira went home to India after 36 years.
D.She is successful but wants to go home.
A. describing the city with vivid imagery
B. including very little dialogue
C. often referring to Mary by her full name
D. using complex sentence structures
A. Each family member has a similar reaction to the city.
B. Mary’s family wants to find trees and flowers in an American cityOption 2
C. The “great new world” is actually dirty and disappointing.Option 3
D. The city is loud during the day but quiet during the night.
A. humorous, emphasizing that Mary is an entertaining characterOption 1
B. confident, showing Mary’s belief in her attractiveness
C. hopeful, emphasizing Mary’s desire for love
D. indifferent, showing that the couples do not affect Mary
A. The family moves into a new home.
B. Mary begins to clean for him.
C. He opens his own junk shop.
D. His daughters move to America.