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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. About what is Meg's song?
(a) Love and compassion.
(b) Irish rebels being attacked by the British in the way the Germans in World War II attacked the French.
(c) Regret and loneliness.
(d) Peace between the Irish and British.
2. How can the song by the Soldier be understood?
(a) As a reference to the influence of America on many in Europe.
(b) As a way to show that he has worth.
(c) As a a reference to his resentment, and British resentment in general, for all non-British.
(d) As a song of love for his Irish captors.
3. What does the Soldier say about dying?
(a) An Englishman can die with just as much courage as an Irishman.
(b) He is afraid to die.
(c) He does not want to die.
(d) He should not have to die.
4. What do the Officer and the Volunteer do as Pat, Meg and Miss Gilchrist sit, drink, sing, and bicker over whether Pat was a good soldier in the cause of the IRA?
(a) They join in the party.
(b) Stand guard over the Soldier.
(c) They watch everyone.
(d) They leave to talk.
5. What does the Officer not want on the Soldier's conscience?
(a) A less than satisfying meal.
(b) The memory of a poorly sung song.
(c) Guilt for making Meg work.
(d) A mortal sin.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Teresa do when she finds out that the Officer never gave the Soldier the cigarettes she brought?
2. As Meg makes crude jokes, what does Miss Gilchrist say?
3. What does the Officer say when the Soldier says he does not know anything about the business done by the British?
4. What does Meg say about killing both soldiers?
5. About which soldier is the article talking?
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