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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Lady Markby say Lady Bonar's new genius does?
(a) He's a poet.
(b) He's a doctor.
(c) He's a composer.
(d) Nothing at all.
2. Why does Goring say Mrs. Cheveley knows nothing about love?
(a) She is only in love with herself.
(b) She's too mean.
(c) She's never been in love.
(d) She is far too clever.
3. 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.
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 bring her a gift.
(c) To discuss Sir Robert.
(d) To thank her for the party.
5. When Sir Robert leaves Goring's, whom does Goring think Sir Robert was talking about?
(a) Lady Chiltern.
(c) Lady Markby.
(d) Mrs. Cheveley.
6. What does Lady Markby say is the greatest blow to a happy married life since Higher Education of Women was invented?
(a) London society parties.
(b) Mrs. Cheveley.
(d) The House of Commons.
7. What does Lord Goring say he knows by observation and not by experience?
(c) A good marriage.
(d) A practical life.
8. Who says Lord Goring isn't good enough for Mabel?
(b) Lord Goring.
(c) Sir Robert.
9. What does Caversham say aren't fashionable anymore?
(a) Neck ties.
(b) Dinner parties.
10. How does Goring describe his proposal to Mabel?
(a) The best moment of his life.
(b) A flash of genius.
(c) A job he had to do.
(d) A terrible mistake.
11. What does Mabel tell Lady Chiltern is very unbecoming on Goring?
(c) Foul language.
12. Why doesn't Mrs. Cheveley think life has taught Lady Chiltern anything?
(a) Lady Chiltern is a society lady.
(b) Because Lady Chiltern hasn't changed.
(c) Lady Chiltern is ignorant.
(d) Lady Chiltern still looks very young.
13. What does Goring say only dull people ever get into?
(a) The House of Commons.
(b) The upper crust.
(c) Caversham's circle of friends.
14. What reason does Goring give for never having a serious conversation after seven?
(a) It makes him talk in his sleep.
(b) He can never sleep after a serious conversation.
(c) He finds them too boring.
(d) Nights are for fun.
15. According to Mabel, what does a man say to a girl before he marries her and never after?
(a) Tell me how you feel.
(b) Please be serious.
(c) I love you.
(d) What is your opinion?
Short Answer Questions
1. At the end of Act 3, what does Mrs. Cheveley promise Goring?
2. What does Sir Robert compare himself to in Act 3, Part 1?
3. Why does Lord Goring prefer pluck over genius?
4. In Act 3, Part 1, what does Sir Robert say is the greatest thing in the world?
5. Why does Lady Markby want Sir John to be sent to the Upper House?
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