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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. To what group did many of Jessica and Esmond's London friends belong?
(a) The Communist Party.
(b) The House of Lords.
(c) The League of Fascists.
(d) The London Horse Club.
2. How much did Jessica receive from her trust fund when she turned 21?
(a) One hundred pounds.
(b) Fifty pounts.
(c) Two hundred and fifty pounds.
(d) Five hundred pounds.
3. Where did Jessica and Esmond go for a vacation in June 1939?
(b) West Virginia.
(c) New England.
4. What did Esmond and Jessica learn was the purpose of the business for which Esmond worked?
(a) To launder money.
(b) To rip off rich clientele.
(c) To secretly collect information about the Nazis.
(d) To lose money.
5. Who was Horton?
(a) An English butler.
(b) A clergyman.
(c) A doorman.
(d) A taxi driver.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where did Jessica and Esmond stay at a small cottage?
2. How did Jessica feel about living in Spain with Esmond?
3. To which state did Donahue invite Jessica and Esmond to travel with him?
4. Who informed Jessica and Esmond of some American idioms?
5. Why did Jessica and Esmond decide to move to America?
Short Essay Questions
1. What was a typical day like for Jessica and Esmond in Bilbao?
2. Where did Jessica and Esmond find employment in London?
3. How did Jessica and Esmond spend their first days in New York?
4. Why did Jessica and Esmond decide to emigrate to America?
5. What did Esmond find a job doing in Washington, D.C.?
6. Why did Jessica refuse to have lunch on the ship that Nancy was supposed to have been on?
7. Where did Esmond find employment, and how was the pay?
8. Why did Jessica and Esmond leave Spain?
9. How did Jessica and Esmond lose all their money in France?
10. With whom did Jessica and Esmond stay in Martha's Vineyard? What types of people did they meet in Martha's Vineyard?
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