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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 is Guy drinking at the bar?
(a) A gin and tonic.
(b) A beer.
(d) A mixed drink.
2. What is the mood between Hannah and Guy after they first meet and talk?
3. Who goes to look for the person Guy is trying to find?
(a) Mr. Llewellyn.
(d) Mr. Ames.
4. What beverage does most of the cast drink?
(b) Gin and tonic.
5. What kind of business does Guy's company perform?
(d) Criminal investigation.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which scene is being performed by the actors in the beginning of the play?
2. After Guy's audition, who offers suggestions on how to improve the play?
3. Where does Guy say his wife is?
4. After Guy's audition, the cast members agree that Guy should play what character?
5. What kind of names do Dafydd's daughters have?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the significance of the song Crispin sings in Act 2, Scene 2 while Linda and Bridget are fighting?
2. Do you think that Fay fooling Ian into having sex with a 70 year-old is part of the comic relief in Act 1, Scene 6? Why or why not?
3. Do you think Guy's ulterior motive in joining the company was to become involved with one of the women in the play? Why?
4. Rebecca makes a request of Guy. What does her request involve?
5. What is the importance of the second song from The Beggar's Opera in Act 2, Scene 1?
6. What is the importance of the discussion of the overwhelming Welsh influence on the Llewellyn family? What does this mean to Hannah?
7. What does the description of Dafydd's home tell you about his family?
8. What is the significance of Ian dropping out of the play?
9. What do you think the importance of the music from The Beggar's Opera is to this play? Why?
10. Describe your first impression of Dafydd. What does his personality tell you about him? Does he strike you as a person capable of forming lasting relationships?
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