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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 does Tituba say she and her "roommate" are doing in the room in Act 4?
(a) Waiting for a visit from Abigail.
(b) Waiting for the jailer to set them free.
(c) Waiting for the devil to fly them to Barbados.
(d) Waiting for Hale to bless them.
2. Who claims the list of witnesses is an attack on the court?
(b) Mr. Putnam.
3. Who is the first person in Act 3 to claim to have proof that the girls are lying?
(c) Mr. Putnam.
4. Who does Parris reveal that Abigail disappeared with?
(a) Mary Warren.
(b) Rebecca Nurse.
(d) Mercy Lewis.
5. In Act 3, Francis complains that he has been ignored for how many days?
Short Answer Questions
1. How many people are initially on trial for witchcraft?
2. Cheever and Herrick arrive at the Proctor's with an arrest warrant. Who is it for?
3. Why is Hathorne suspicious of Hale?
4. Mary is upset and crying at the end of Act 2. Why?
5. How are the people in the trial "tested" for witchcraft?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who is the only person that cares that John Proctor and Giles don't have lawyers? Why is he concerned?
2. Why does Elizabeth lie when asked about her husband's relationship with Abigail?
3. In nearby Andover, the courts were overthrown and now Parris wants Danforth to delay any more trials. What is he worried about?
4. Why is John Proctor arrested at the end of Act 3?
5. Danforth asks Mary to do something to prove that she was faking with the other girls. What is it and does she do it?
6. Why won't Danforth just pardon Rebecca Nurse?
7. Toward the end of Act 3, John Proctor finally attacks Abigail physically in court. What sends him over the edge?
8. Giles thinks Mr. Putnam has other motives for suggesting witchcraft. What does Giles accuse Mr. Putnam of?
9. What do we learn about Abigail in Act 4?
10. What is Giles' wife accused of when she is arrested for witchcraft?
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