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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What day is the first event that Miles invites Joel to?
2. What does Joel say that new mothers need?
(a) Time away from their familes.
(b) Lots of girlfriends.
(c) Unqualified devotion.
(d) To go shopping in Paris.
3. What does Joel receive an invitation to two days after the tea?
(a) A movie premiere.
(b) A dance.
(c) A golf match.
(d) A buffet supper.
4. Nat tells Joel a story about a premiere at what theater?
(b) Pantages Theater.
(c) Hollywood Bowl Theater.
(d) Kodak Theater.
5. Who is the man who performed a song at the tea?
(a) A friend of Joel's.
(b) A famous radio entertainer.
(c) A comedian.
(d) A struggling songwriter.
6. Who writes the skit Joel performs at the tea?
(c) Eugene O'Neill.
7. How old does Stella tell Joel he looks?
8. Women sitting at a table next to Joel and Nat in Part Two are described as having faces stained with what color?
9. Who says, "I am a flop"?
10. Who helps Joel into his coat after he performs his skit?
(a) A stranger.
11. What does Nat tell Joel he hires?
(a) A personal chef.
(b) A babysitter.
(c) A bodyguard.
(d) A manager.
12. In the story Nat tells Joel, why does the Great Lover become angry with the man?
(a) The man calls him a bad name.
(b) The man kicks his tail.
(c) The man flirts with his wife.
(d) The man trips him.
13. Who is described as having "an eye as keen as the eye of a potato"?
(d) The Great Lover.
14. How old is Joel?
15. With whom does Joel discuss Miles' success?
(a) Miles' father.
(b) Miles' son.
(c) Miles' brother.
(d) Miles' mother.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who says, "Absolutely my last social appearance in Hollywood"?
2. After being cheered up by Nat's story, what does Joel see that makes him wince?
3. What does the Great Lover shout at Joel after his skit?
4. What is Joel's last name?
5. How is Stella's face described in Part One?
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