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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. On what street does Mrs. Martin live?
(a) Cherry Lane.
(b) Bromfield Street.
(c) Martin Ave.
(d) Piccadilly Street.
2. With what unamazing story does Mrs. Martin amaze the Smiths?
(a) She saw a man kneeling to tie his shoelace.
(b) She saw a dog barking at a mailman.
(c) Her grandmother has caught a cold.
(d) The train stopped three times before arriving at the station.
3. According to Mr. Smith, what will happen if one caresses a circle?
(a) One might face a vicious lawsuit in the morning.
(c) It will melt.
(d) It will turn vicious.
4. Why is the Fire Chief disappointed?
(a) The door bells have all been rung.
(b) No one will kiss him.
(c) The tea is cold.
(d) He cannot find a fire.
5. Whom does Mary embrace after the stories have been told?
(a) Mrs. Smith.
(b) The Fire Chief.
(c) Bobby Watson.
(d) Mr. Smith.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is Mrs. Smith waiting for to see her at her windmill?
2. What does Mrs. Smith recommend giving the Watsons for a wedding present?
3. According to Mr. Smith, if a schoolmaster teaches his pupils to read, what does a cat do for its young?
4. Whom does Mr. Smith wish would marry his maid?
5. When traveling to London by train, in what class compartment does Mr. Martin ride?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does the Fire Chief settle the argument over the doorbell?
2. What is the significance of the mirror?
3. Describe the story of "The Cock."
4. How do the characters react to Mary's poem, "The Fire"?
5. How is the plot developed in the play?
6. How is repetition used as a literary device?
7. Why are the Smiths angry with Mary when she announces the arrival of the Martins?
8. Describe the protagonist and antagonist of the play.
9. Describe the story of "The Snake and the Fox."
10. What drama unfolds as the Martins wait for the Smiths?
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