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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who sends Joel a telegram the morning after the tea?
(b) The Great Lover.
2. How is Stella's face described in Part One?
3. Who does Joel write a letter to the morning after the tea?
(d) His mother.
4. How many writers are invited to the first event at Miles' house?
5. How does Joel feel after he finishes his skit?
6. What does Joel receive an invitation to two days after the tea?
(a) A dance.
(b) A golf match.
(c) A movie premiere.
(d) A buffet supper.
7. What interrupts Joel and Nat's conversation at the tea?
(a) Miles pulls Nat away.
(b) Live music.
(c) Stella pulls Joel away.
(d) A game of chrades breaks out.
8. How much does Nat pay his new employee a year?
(a) Ten thousand dollars.
(b) Five thousand dollars.
(c) Twenty thousand dollars.
(d) One thousand dollars.
9. Who is described as having "an eye as keen as the eye of a potato"?
(c) The Great Lover.
10. After being cheered up by Nat's story, what does Joel see that makes him wince?
(a) His exgirlfriend with her new husband.
(b) A group of people from the tea.
(c) An angry letter from his boss.
(d) Stella and Miles.
11. Who writes the skit Joel performs at the tea?
(c) Eugene O'Neill.
12. What is Nat's last name?
13. Nat tells Joel a story about a premiere at what theater?
(a) Hollywood Bowl Theater.
(c) Kodak Theater.
(d) Pantages Theater.
14. How much money does Nat tell Joel he makes in a year?
(a) Seventy thousand dollars.
(b) Two hundred thousand dollars.
(c) Fifty thousand dollars.
(d) One hundred thousand dollars.
15. What role does Joel need filled in the skit at the tea?
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Joel's last name?
2. Who does Joel wish he can just sit and talk to like a person?
3. How much money does Nat tell Joel he loses recently?
4. Where does Joel's mother want him to go?
5. Who asks, "What do you mean you're in permanent retirement"?
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