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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. Why does Nan invite Benny to lunch at the Hibernian?
(a) to teach Benny better manners
(b) to make rosemary jealous
(c) as an excuse to be there when Simon arrives
(d) to keep her away from Jack Foley
2. Where does Benny find envelopes of money Sean had been embezzling?
(a) in a sock under the counter
(b) in a cardboard box
(c) the drawers of the sewing machine
(d) under a loose floorboard
3. Who figures out that Heather is hiding out in Eve's cottage?
(a) Peggy Pine
(d) Mother Francis
4. Who asks Mrs. Healy to marry him and she accepts?
5. Who prevents Kit from coming to Knockglen for Christmas?
(a) the boys in her house
(b) she is ill
(c) Mother Clare
(d) her brother comes to visit
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Lilly think her son Jack is inviting to lunch?
2. What is Sean's surprise proposal to the Hogans?
3. What do Jack and Nan do in front of her house after the rugby club dance?
4. Why does Jack pull of the road on the way to take Benny to Knockglen?
5. What does Benny find out about why her parents were out the night of the dance?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Nan do when she is sure she is pregnant?
2. How does Benny get home to Knockglen after the news arrives that her father has died?
3. What do Benny and Annabel learn about the lawyer?
4. What do Heather and Benny do when Benny finds her at the cottage?
5. What is the exchange between Jack and Benny the morning after Jack took Nan to a dance?
6. What does Benny learn from Eve about where Jack and Nan went for their trysts.
7. What advice does Dr. Johnson give Annabel when Eddie dies and why does he give it?
8. On their date at the restaurant, what romantic thing takes place?
9. Why are Eve and Benny not happy with Nan's seeing Simon?
10. Why does Eve say they have to tell everyone about Jack and Nan?
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