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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who comes tapping at the window in Act One?
(d) The shopkeeper.
2. What is Kemp's boss' profession?
3. What is located next to the house?
(a) A garden.
(b) A cathedral.
(c) A rubbish dump.
(d) A cemetery.
4. Whom does Kath say arranges her child's adoption?
(a) Her lover.
(b) Her father.
(c) Her mother.
(d) Her brother.
5. What does Ed ask Sloane about first?
(b) The library.
(c) The hostel.
(d) The orphanage.
6. What does Sloane find between the sofa cushions?
(a) A nylon stocking.
(b) A knife.
(c) A locket.
(d) A gun.
7. Why does Kath say she can't ask Dadda to do any work involving ladders?
(a) He is deaf.
(b) He is in a wheelchair.
(c) He is afraid of heights.
(d) He has trouble with his eyes.
8. What does Kath pretend to do in the lounge in Act One?
9. What pride does Kemp remark about his son?
(a) He is good at sports.
(b) He is an excellent student.
(c) He is handsome.
(d) He is rich.
10. Who does Kemp mistake Sloane for when he first meets him?
(b) The postman.
11. Which character says, "You must treat me gently when I'm in one of my moods"?
12. What compliment does Kath remark on with Sloane in Act One?
(a) He has delicate skin.
(b) He has beautiful eyes.
(c) He has a manly body.
(d) He has nice thick hair.
13. On what street is Sloane's old flat?
(a) Hilary's Crescent.
(b) Johnston Fuller.
(c) Windham Earl.
(d) Burberry Flats.
14. Where does Sloane say he is raised?
(b) A castle.
(c) An orphanage.
15. In Act One, what does Kath say she buys the Dadda but he cannot stand?
(a) Feather pillows.
(b) Foam rubber pillows.
(c) Eye glasses.
(d) A walking cane.
Short Answer Questions
1. How old is Sloane?
2. What does Kemp do during his first conversation with Sloane?
3. Which character says, "You're a teaser aint you"?
4. Where does Kath meet Sloane?
5. What is Kemp's reply when Kath says Sloane stays with them?
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