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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. How does Phyllis react to Walter's coaching her about how to react?
(a) She screams at him to get out of the car
(b) She calmly tells him that she knows what to do
(c) She is very annoyed and swears at him
(d) She is mildly irritated about his persistence
2. Why does Walter snap at Phyllis in the car?
(a) She doesn't have her gloves on
(b) She ran a red light
(c) She dropped her scarf by the tracks
(d) She is wearing perfume that could have rubbed off on the body
3. What beverage does Phyllis offer Walter?
4. What does Walter tell Phyllis?
(a) He wants to marry her
(b) He wants her to leave his house
(c) He is going to help her kill her husband
(d) He thinks she is the most beautiful woman he has ever seen
5. Where does Walter have dinner?
(a) At a steakhouse
(b) At home
(c) At a sushi restaurant
(d) At his mother's house
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Walter's worry about his work?
2. What is a major issue for Walter and Phyllis?
3. What does Phyllis do after Walter's accusation?
4. What is Phyllis' plea to Walter?
5. What does Walter try to anticipate?
Short Essay Questions
1. What precipitates Walter's meeting Phyllis Nirdlinger?
2. How does Walter answer Phyllis regarding accident policies?
3. Who does Phyllis bring in as a witness to the paper signing and why is Walter upset by her choice?
4. Why does Walter start to panic after he jumps off the train?
5. What do Walter and Phyllis do with Mr. Nirdlinger's body?
6. Why does Walter make three visits to Mr. Nirdlinger?
7. What favor does Lola ask of Walter on behalf of her boyfriend?
8. What are the circumstances leading up to Walter and Phyllis agreeing to kill Mr. Nirdlinger?
9. Describe the final challenge Walter and Phyllis face in completing their facade?
10. Describe the scenario where Walter kills Mr. Nirdlinger.
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