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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Mrs. Cheveley say modern women don't understand?
(a) The value of education.
(b) Their husbands.
(d) Good manners.
2. To whom does Goring say "Fashion is what one wears oneself. What is unfashionable is what other people wear"?
(a) Mrs. Cheveley.
(c) Sir Robert.
3. In Act 3, Part 2, when does Mrs. Cheveley say she wants Goring to promise to marry her?
(a) By week's end.
(d) After Sir Robert's ruin.
4. Why do Lady Markby and Mrs. Cheveley say they've come to call on Mrs. Chiltern in Act 2, Part 2?
(a) To see if anyone found Mrs. Cheveley's diamond brooch.
(b) To thank her for the party.
(c) To bring her a gift.
(d) To discuss Sir Robert.
5. With whom does Caversham agree when she says one can never believe a word Goring says?
(b) Lady Markby.
(c) Lady Chiltern.
(d) Mrs. Cheveley.
6. Why does Lady Chiltern write a letter to Goring?
(a) She is in love with him.
(b) She is too shy to talk to him.
(c) She is planning to leave Sir Robert and needs his help.
(d) She needs to meet with him.
7. Who does Mrs. Cheveley say has only two topics of conversation--his gout and his wife?
(b) Sir Robert.
(c) Lord Mortlake.
(d) Tommy Trafford.
8. What proof does Goring have that Mrs. Cheveley had stolen the brooch?
(a) A letter Mrs. Cheveley wrote.
(b) Lady Chiltern's word that it once belonged to her.
(c) She didn't know it could be a bracelet and she can't remove it.
(d) He has a picture of someone else wearing it.
9. In Act 3, Part 1, what does Sir Robert say is the greatest thing in the world?
10. What does Mrs. Cheveley reveal to Goring as she leaves his house?
(a) She never loved him.
(b) She still has Sir Robert's letter.
(c) She has Lady Chiltern's letter to Goring.
(d) She is still married to Baron Arnheim.
11. What does Lady Chiltern want to do about the theft of her letter to Goring?
(a) Forget about it.
(b) Tell Sir Robert everything.
(c) Intercept it before it gets to Sir Robert.
(d) Have Mrs. Cheveley's house ransacked for the letter.
12. How does Goring claim to have gotten the brooch while talking to Mrs. Cheveley?
(a) He stole it.
(b) It was a gift.
(c) He found it.
(d) He bought it at a pawn shop.
13. Why does Goring say Mrs. Cheveley knows nothing about love?
(a) She is far too clever.
(b) She is only in love with herself.
(c) She's too mean.
(d) She's never been in love.
14. Why does Caversham visit Goring in Act 3, Part 1?
(a) To invite Goring to dinner.
(b) To discuss Goring's career.
(c) To convince Goring to stay away from Mabel.
(d) To convince Goring to get married.
15. What reason does Mrs. Cheveley give for her passion for listening through keyholes?
(a) She makes her living by blackmailing others based on what she hears.
(b) You can hear wonderful things through them.
(c) She once heard Goring confess his love for her through a keyhole.
(d) The best secrets occur behind closed doors.
Short Answer Questions
1. What kind of woman does Goring say he'd like to marry?
2. Why does Lady Markby want Sir John to be sent to the Upper House?
3. Who says, "When a man has once loved a woman, he will do anything for her, except continue to love her"?
4. In Act 3, Part 2, what does Goring say is a dangerous thing?
5. What good news does Goring deliver to Lady Chiltern in Act 4, Part 1?
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