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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Kath ask if she can call Sloane in Act Two?
2. Which character calls Sloane, "Pure as a lamb. Purer"?
3. To whom is the line spoken, "Told him she's up the stick do you? Why do you tell him"?
4. To whom does Sloane say the lipstick belongs to that Ed finds in his car?
(b) A prostitute.
(d) Doolan's wife.
5. What does Kath protest to Ed regarding Tommy?
(a) He wants their sister.
(b) He makes her do it.
(c) He is gay.
(d) He leaves her because he doesn't love her.
6. Where does Ed live?
(a) A castle.
(c) A hotel.
(d) In a yacht.
7. What is in the box that Ed brings in in Act Two?
(a) A fruit basket.
(b) A gnome.
(c) A teddy bear.
(d) A car part.
8. Who does Kath see playing the accordion in Act Two?
(c) A foreigner.
9. Who says, "What a little whoreson you are you little whoreson"?
10. What does Kemp say he's expecting a delivery of?
(a) A gnome.
(b) A damson tree.
(c) A telegraph.
(d) His pills.
11. What does Kath say Sloane is doing the night before in Act Two?
(a) Watching television.
(b) Going out with friends.
(c) Taking her on a date.
(d) Cooking dinner.
12. Whom does Pop send away from the lounge in Act Two?
13. How much time lapses between Act One and Act Two?
(a) Several months.
(b) One year.
(c) One week.
(d) One day.
14. How long does Ed say Sloane lives here in Act Two?
(a) A month.
(b) One year.
(c) Six months.
(d) Two weeks.
15. Where does Kemp's boss pick Sloane up?
(a) At a library.
(b) At a park.
(c) By a cemetery.
(d) In church.
Short Answer Questions
1. What name does Sloane give Ed as one of the boys who takes a ride with him?
2. What does Kemp's boss think Sloane is doing in the middle of the night?
3. What does Kath ask Sloane to give her as a token of affection?
4. What does Kath refer to herself as with Sloane?
5. Why does Kath go to the Register office?
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