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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. Who is Eleven Minutes about?
(a) A Swiss prostitute.
(b) A clockmaster.
(c) A young Brazilian girl.
(d) An old Brazilian man.
2. What does Maria find gratifying about her job?
(a) The relationships.
(b) The hours are rewarding.
(c) When the men want to talk and not be intimate.
(d) The money.
3. How long does Maria work in the draper's shop?
(a) 2 years.
(b) 2 months.
(c) 3 months.
(d) 3 years.
4. Who does Maria speak to in the bar she enters when searching for a new job?
(a) The lead dancer.
(b) The manager, Milan.
(c) The oldest employee.
(d) The owner, Milan.
5. What happens to Maria's first love?
(a) He gets another girlfriend.
(b) They get married to each other.
(c) He gets cancer.
(d) He moves away.
Short Answer Questions
1. How many months pass before Maria adapts to prostitution's rituals?
2. What does Maria focus on when she is working as a prostitute?
3. Where is Maria drawn to during her period of no work?
4. Where does Maria leave from to find great adventure?
5. How does Maria choose to react to her situation in Geneva?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe why Maria leaves her hometown in Brazil.
2. Describe how Maria feels the night after her experience with the Arab man.
3. What is significant about what Maria remembers the girls at Roger's club telling her?
4. Describe Maria's opinion about boys at the end of her adolescent years.
5. Describe what the girls at Copacabana advise Maria on and her reaction to it?
6. What do Maria's parents do for a living and how does it affect her home?
7. Describe how Maria and the man she meets on the beach overcome their language barrier.
8. Explain how Maria feels about taking the job in Switzerland.
9. Explain how the roller coaster Maria sees is like her life.
10. Describe the categories Maria gives to her different types of customers.
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