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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. What brand of beer do the men drink?
(a) Old Milwaukee.
(b) Miller Lite.
2. Who does the coach think would be a great asset as a speech writer for George's campaign?
3. What reason does the coach give for an unexpected pain?
(a) He is having digestive problems.
(b) He has a migraine.
(c) His surgical incision is still healing.
(d) He is having a heart attack.
4. How is the room furnished?
(a) Nothing in it.
(b) Old dusty furnishings.
(c) Minimalist styling.
(d) Cottage chic.
5. What is George Sikowski doing in the kitchen?
(a) Loading the dishwasher.
(b) Frying burgers.
(c) Washing glasses.
(d) Mixing drinks.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who suggests that Phil let his own son get more playing time?
2. The coach tells the men that they must ________________ in times of danger and dissension.
3. Phil's name is the caption underneath a picture of what animal in the school newspaper?
4. Which one of the men offers to run for mayor with Phil's support?
5. What is the heritage of most of the people in Scranton?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Phil learn Sharmen's real feelings about him?
2. Who are the first two characters to be introduced in the play?
3. How do Coach and Phil seem to be especially tied to the past?
4. How do the men reconcile by the end of the play?
5. What is the role of the men's friend, Phil, in George's political career?
6. What is the nature of Coach's illness as discussed by George and Tom?
7. What secret does Tom reveal that he had learned from Martin regarding the championship game?
8. How does Coach respond when Tom suggests the possibility that the championship was a myth?
9. Why does James feel a political career would be a positive thing for him at this point in his life?
10. What does George do when he learns about Phil's affair with his wife?
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