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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. What are the two men doing at the beginning of the scene?
(a) Eating dinner
(b) Eating lunch
(c) Having drinks
(d) Having coffee
2. What consolation does Moss give Aaronow at the outset of Scene 2?
(a) Today is a new day
(b) He is only seond on the board
(c) He has another job lined up
(d) He has not been fired yet
3. How much does Moss eventually reveal Graff would pay for each of the leads?
(a) 3 dollars each
(b) 1 dollar each
(c) 5 dollars each
(d) 75 cents each
4. How much money does Levene claimed to have made in 1979?
(a) 103 thousand
(b) 80 thousand
(c) 75 thousand
(d) 96 thousand
5. How many premium Glengarry leads does Moss estimate the office has?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Moss say he will have to do if Aaronow does not agree to the plan?
2. Which of Levene's relations does he try to invoke to gain some pity from Williamson?
3. What is the hardest part of going out on your own, according to Moss?
4. How does Leven promise to affect the dollar volumes if he gets the premium leads?
5. What does Levene call the leads he has been given?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Roma think makes people afraid to act?
2. How does the deal between Levene and Williamson fall apart?
3. In what way is the scene between Lingk and Roma a multilevel communication?
4. Explain the distinction between "speaking" and "talking" in this scene.
5. What caveat does Levene try to add to his arrangement with Williamson, and how does Williamson respond?
6. According to Moss, what must a man do to go out on his own?
7. Why can Levene not get his hands on the premium Glengarry Highland's leads?
8. Describe Roma's essential philosophy as stated in this scene.
9. What is Roma's ideas concerning morality?
10. How does Levene characterize the leads he is given?
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