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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. To whom is the line spoken, "Told him she's up the stick do you? Why do you tell him"?
2. What does Sloane suggest about Kath's condition?
(c) An insane asylum.
3. What does Sloane say when he reenters the lounge where Pop and Ed are in Act Two?
(a) Someone is here to see Kath.
(b) Someone is here to see Kemp.
(c) Someone is here to see Ed.
(d) Someone has hit the car.
4. Where does Kemp's boss pick Sloane up?
(a) At a park.
(b) At a library.
(c) By a cemetery.
(d) In church.
5. What is Ed's mate's name?
6. What is in the box that Ed brings in in Act Two?
(a) A fruit basket.
(b) A teddy bear.
(c) A car part.
(d) A gnome.
7. What does Kemp's boss think Sloane is doing in the middle of the night?
(a) Robbing him.
(b) Damaging his property.
(c) Running away.
(d) Coming on to him.
8. Who says, "What a little whoreson you are you little whoreson"?
9. In Act Two, Ed asks Sloane if he does what the night before?
(a) Borrows his suit.
(b) Knocks on his door.
(c) Goes to the shore.
(d) Uses the car.
10. What does Ed accuse Kath of doing in Act Two?
(a) Taking ill care of their father.
(b) Keeping Sloane from his job.
(c) Spending money behind his back.
(d) Taking the car for a ride.
11. Which character calls Sloane, "Pure as a lamb. Purer"?
12. What does Kath say she's giving Sloane as a birthday present?
(a) A ring.
(b) A baby.
(c) A car.
(d) A wooly.
13. What does Kath say Sloane is doing the night before in Act Two?
(a) Taking her on a date.
(b) Going out with friends.
(c) Cooking dinner.
(d) Watching television.
14. Who does Kemp say "first spotted it" about Kath?
(a) The postman.
(d) The shop woman.
15. What does Sloane claim is responsible for his irresponsible behavior to Ed?
(a) His upbringing.
(b) His church.
(c) His job.
(d) His drinking.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Kemp say he's expecting a delivery of?
2. What does Ed frequently refer to women as?
3. What is "false" about Kath's appearance?
4. Who is compared to a washing machine in the play?
5. What does Ed compare his sister to in Act Two?
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