Act 1, Scene 1
1. What is the setting of the first scene of Abe Lincoln in Illinois?
(a) A tavern in Springfield.
(b) A cabin near New Salem, Illionois, which belongs to Lincoln's teacher.
(c) A log cabin in the woods of Missouri.
(d) A riverboat on the mighty Mississippi.
2. Who are the main characters in the first scene of the play?
(a) Abe Lincoln and Seth Gale.
(b) Abe Lincoln and Mentor Graham.
(c) Mentor Graham, Seth Gale and Mary Todd Lincoln.
(d) Abe and Mary Todd Lincoln.
3. What is Lincoln studying in the opening scene?
(a) The moods of the English language.
(b) The moods of a woman he would like to court.
(c) The plays of Shakespeare.
(d) Punctuation marks.
4. What are the five indicative moods, as Lincoln knows them?
(a) Indicative, Imperative, Potential, Subjunctive and Infinitive.
(b) Meditative, Imperial, Possible, Subjective and Infinite.
(c) Sad, Glad, Mad, Grumpy and Giddy.
(d) Commanding, Questioning, Doubting, Inferior and Decisive.
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