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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In what state does this play take place?
2. How many times has Dr. Lyman been married?
3. Which of the following characters is the sheriff of the town?
(a) Dr. Gerald Lyman.
(b) Will Masters.
(c) Elma Duckworth.
4. Which of the following characters is a young rancher and cowboy?
5. What did Bo or Virgil do that Will wants them to fix?
(a) Refused to pay for their drinks.
(b) Spilled their drinks.
(c) Left the door open.
(d) Took up two tables instead of one.
6. Where is the setting for this play?
(a) On a ranch.
(b) Various locations.
(c) Bus stop.
7. Where is the character, Cherie, from?
8. Which of the following is an accurate description of Elma?
(a) Carries a large straw suitcase.
(b) Has a southern accent.
(c) Good student.
(d) Married to a man who wanders.
9. Which of the following is an accurate description of Grace's age?
(a) Late 20s, early 30s.
(b) Late 30s, early 40s.
(c) Late teens, early 20s.
(d) Late 40s, early 50s.
10. What does Grace's husband tend to do often?
(a) Stay away from home for days.
(b) Make passes at many other women.
(c) Ignore her opinions and thoughts.
(d) Physically abuse her.
11. Who leaves the cafe to go across the road?
12. What are Grace and Elma expecting to arrive?
(a) A celebrity.
(b) A bus.
(c) Their boss.
(d) Customers from a late movie.
13. Which of the following characters is a chanteuse?
14. What appears to be the relationship between Will and Carl?
(b) Old friends.
15. Where does Carl say he is going?
(a) To wait on the bus.
(b) To Grace's apartment.
(c) For a walk.
(d) To the movies.
Short Answer Questions
1. How many of her sisters was Cherie able to stay with?
2. Who does Carl flirt with?
3. Which of the following was not one of the food items Bo ordered?
4. What time of day is it as the play opens?
5. What city is the restaurant near?
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