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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What smells does Li'l Bit describe in the first scene?
(a) Clover, hay, and leather dashboard.
(b) Animals and damp soil.
(c) Oil and gas from the car.
(d) Fresh country air.
2. How do people in Li'l Bit's family get nicknamed?
(a) By the grandfather.
(b) By the grandmother.
(c) For their dominating characteristic.
(d) For their genitalia.
3. In the middle of the Men, Sex, and Women scene, there is a temporary time shift to what year?
4. What state does Peck leave?
(a) South Carolina.
5. What happens to Li'l Bit when the Driver's Education film talks about Vehicle Failure?
(a) She is drunk.
(b) She is being molested.
(c) She is sick.
(d) The car she is driving stops working.
6. How old is Grandma when she marries?
7. How does Li'l Bit describe the soap in the ladies room of the restaurant?
(a) Shaped like shells.
(b) Nice smelling.
(d) Shaped like fish.
8. What does Peck compare Li'l Bit's breasts to?
(c) Two moons.
(d) Cathedrals of Europe.
9. According to Peck, how are men taught to drive?
(a) With careful attention to details.
(b) With daring.
(c) With confidence.
(d) With speed.
10. What does Li'l Bit's hair smell like?
(a) Herbal Essence shampoo.
(b) Cigarette smoke.
(d) The outdoors.
11. According to Mother, when a lady drinks, she should never get what?
(a) Drink like a man.
12. According to the mother, a married woman only needs a broom or a rolling pin. What does she prefer?
(a) Cast-iron fry pan.
(b) Rolling pin.
13. Li'l Bit becomes embarrassed when family members talk and joke about her breasts. Who tries to change the subject?
(b) Aunt Mary.
14. Who participates in the scene with three generations at the kitchen table?
(a) BB, Peck, Grandfather.
(b) Li'l Bit, Mother, Grandmother.
(c) Li'l Bit, Aunt Mary, Grandmother.
(d) Li'l Bit, Peck, Grandfather.
15. Who does Li'l Bit meet on the long bus ride to Upstate New York?
(a) A senior from Walt Whitman High.
(b) A boy she goes to school with.
(c) A relative that she hasn't seen for some time.
(d) An older man who seduces her.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is Miss Sponge?
2. What is the Li'l Bit's family eating at the family dinner scene?
3. What year does the typical family dinner take place?
4. The male Greek chorus interacts with Peck and Li'l Bit in what way during their special dinner?
5. What is serious business to Peck?
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