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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why doesn't the nurse want Nora to go out?
(a) There's too much work to do around the house.
(b) The children want their mother's attention.
(c) Torvald wanted Nora to be in when he returned.
(d) It's cold, and she thinks Nora may get ill.
2. Who does Torvald compare Nora to?
(b) her father
(c) her mother
(d) a bank manager
3. Does Nora recognize Mrs. Linde?
(a) Yes, but it takes a moment for Nora to recognize her.
(b) Yes, Nora recognizes her right away.
(c) No, but Nora used to know Mrs. Linde.
(d) No, Nora never met Mrs. Linde before.
4. What does Nora want Mrs. Linde's help with?
(a) coming up with a plan to protect her from Krogstad
(b) distracting Torvald while Nora does a secret errand
(c) deciding what to wear to the costume ball
(d) repairing her dress for the costume ball
5. What was Torvald's previous profession?
(a) store manager
(b) stock broker
6. What does Nora tell her children about the "stranger man"?
(a) that he's never coming back again
(b) not to tell anyone he's been there
(c) not to let him back into the house
(d) that he's coming back for Christmas dinner
7. What does Krogstad ask Nora to do for him?
(a) tell her husband not to hire Mrs. Linde at the bank
(b) influence her husband to let him keep his job at the bank
(c) let him come to Christmas dinner to plead his case to her husband
(d) give him a large payment to finish paying off the debt
8. How does Nora say Mrs. Linde looks?
(a) plumper and darker
(b) younger but sadder
(c) more tired but happier
(d) thinner and paler
9. What lie does Nora tell Torvald?
(a) She says she hasn't eaten any sweets.
(b) She says she hasn't promised the children anything.
(c) She says she hasn't bought him a present.
(d) She says she hasn't gotten a Christmas tree.
10. What does Krogstad compare falsifying the signature to?
(a) Krogstad compares Nora's crime to a starving boy stealing bread.
(b) Krogstad compares Nora's crime to a child breaking a toy.
(c) Krogstad compares Nora's crime to a raccoon breaking into a kitchen.
(d) Krogstad compares Nora's crime to his own.
11. What does Nora say about the doll bed she's bought for her daughter, Emmy?
(a) Emmy will now have a pair of doll's beds.
(b) Emmy will be thrilled with it.
(c) Emmy will soon break it.
(d) Emmy will never guess what it is.
12. Who does Nora say she wants to come help her with the costumes?
(a) the maid
(b) Doctor Rand
(c) Mrs. Linde
13. What does Krogstad ask Nora about Mrs. Linde?
(a) whether she has mentioned him to Nora
(b) whether she is a widow
(c) whether Torvald is giving her a job at the bank
(d) whether she is staying in town long
14. What was Nora actually doing, while Torvald thought she was making presents the past Christmas?
(a) She was seeing a doctor.
(b) She was making something for Torvald.
(c) She was having an affair.
(d) She was doing copying work.
15. What does Nora say will happen if the loan comes to light?
(a) Torvald and her will be destitute.
(b) Torvald will pay off the loan.
(c) Torvald will leave her.
(d) Torvald will never trust her again.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the nurse say is wrong with the costumes?
2. Where did Nora and Torvald travel to cure Torvald's illness?
3. Why does Nora think they can spend more money?
4. What conclusion does Mrs. Linde jump to about Doctor Rank?
5. What inconsistency did Mrs. Linde notice in what Doctor Rank said?
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