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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Describe the song the Soldier sings.
(a) It is a song he wrote.
(b) It is an American rock and roll song.
(c) It is an old Irish tune.
(d) It is an ironic one about how happy he is to be British.
2. What does Teresa do when the Officer comes in?
(a) She hides in the closet.
(b) She climbs out the window.
(c) She hides behind the door.
(d) She hides under the bed.
3. What does the Soldier say about the members of the British Parliament?
(a) They are more into their own concerns and lives than anything else.
(b) They are cruel.
(c) They are heartless.
(d) They are concerned with only the British cause.
4. How does the Soldier reply when Pat says he needs to sing something less patriotic?
(a) He does not want to sing anything else.
(b) He would rather not sing.
(c) He cannot think of anything else.
(d) He only knows patriotic tunes.
5. What does the Soldier say about dying?
(a) He is afraid to die.
(b) He does not want to die.
(c) He should not have to die.
(d) An Englishman can die with just as much courage as an Irishman.
6. How does the scene end?
(a) They sing and dance together, and at the end of the song they go to bed.
(b) Teresa climbs out the window.
(c) The Officer opens the door and finds Teresa in the room with the Soldier.
(d) Teresa leaves.
7. About which soldier is the article talking?
(a) The British one.
(b) An American soldier.
(c) A French soldier.
(d) The Irish one.
8. About what does the Soldier tease Teresa?
(a) Wanting to get caught.
(b) Wanting to stay with him.
(c) Wanting to hide.
(d) Wanting to jump out of the window.
9. What does Meg say about killing both soldiers?
(a) It will not do any good.
(b) It is the best option.
(c) It is cruel.
(d) It is the only thing that can be done.
10. What kind of music is heard?
(d) Rock and roll.
11. How do Meg and the other characters make jokes about the author?
(a) He is actually French.
(b) He is both anti-Irish and anti-British.
(c) He is both pro-Irish and pro-British.
(d) He is an American.
12. What does the Officer not want on the Soldier's conscience?
(a) The memory of a poorly sung song.
(b) Guilt for making Meg work.
(c) A less than satisfying meal.
(d) A mortal sin.
13. What does the Officer say when the Soldier says he does not know anything about the business done by the British?
(a) Everyone knows about the business done by the British.
(b) He is a liar.
(c) He will learn shortly when he gets a bullet in the head.
(d) He is not expected to know the business done by the British.
14. How does the Soldier not want to ruin his time with Teresa?
(a) By arguing.
(b) By singing.
(c) By talking about him.
(d) By listening to her talk.
15. What does the Soldier ask Teresa to do?
(a) Never come back.
(b) Bring him his dinner.
Short Answer Questions
1. Pat tells a lengthy and frequently interrupted story about what?
2. As Miss Gilchrist takes a drink to the Soldier, what does the Volunteer do?
3. When Monsewer comes in with Pat, what are they discussing?
4. What does Princess Grace do as the Soldier and Miss Gilchrist argue over who he should pay attention to?
5. As Pat offers the Volunteer and the Soldier a drink, what does the Soldier demand?
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