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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Mr. Hopper is from:
2. Lady Windemere claims she cannot run away with Darlington because:
(a) She still loves her husband.
(b) She is afraid to leave her child.
(c) She does not have the courage.
(d) She does not love him.
3. Lord Darlington claims he can resist everything but:
4. Mrs. Erlynne fears that:
(a) She has failed a test in life.
(b) Life is repeating itself.
(c) Life is playing a joke on her.
(d) She will never find Lady Windemere.
5. What excuse did the Duchess use to get her husband out of town when she suspected he was having an affair?
(a) She pretended to be very angry.
(b) She pretended to have an affair.
(c) She pretended she needed to go home to her family.
(d) She pretended to be very ill.
6. Before Lady Windemere exits at the end of Act 1, she:
(a) Begs her husband's forgiveness.
(b) Defies her husband's wishes.
(c) Gives in to her husband's request.
(d) Demands an apology from her husband.
7. What favor does Mrs. Erlynne ask of Augustus?
(a) She asks him to keep Windemere out all night.
(b) She asks him to keep Lady Windmere out all night.
(c) She asks him to avoid Windemere.
(d) She asks him to deliver Lady Windermer's letter to her husband.
8. Mrs. Erlynne claims to need help with introductions to the:
(a) Male guests only.
(b) Married guests.
(c) Female guests only.
(d) Wives of men she knows.
9. What word does Lady Windemere use to describe people who have extramarital affairs?
10. Lord Darlington believes people are either:
(a) Charming or tedious.
(b) Honest or dishonest.
(c) Good or bad.
(d) Striking or common.
11. Augustus is:
(a) Lord Darlington's brother.
(b) The Duchess' brother.
(c) The Duchess' husband.
(d) Lady Windemere's brother.
12. Augustus describes Mrs. Erlynne as:
13. Lady Windemere believes that every "good" woman in London would:
(a) Condemn her for refusing to invite Mrs. Erlynne to the ball.
(b) Applaud her for refusing to invite Mrs. Erlynne to the ball.
(c) Be horrified by Lord Windemere's behavior.
(d) Join with her in refusing to accept Mrs. Erlynne in society.
14. The Duchess flattery might be perceived as:
15. Darlington warns Lady Windemere that it is a dangerous thing to:
(a) Reform anyone.
(b) Despise anyone.
(c) Gossip about anyone.
(d) Fall in love with anyone.
Short Answer Questions
1. Lord Darlington uses a hypothetical situation about a married man having an affair in order to:
2. Why doesn't Lord Windemere want to talk to Mrs. Erlynne about money at the ball?
3. If Mrs. Erlynne comes to her home, Lady Windemere claims she will:
4. Lord Windemere fears he cannot share Lady Erlynne's real identity with his wife because:
5. What does Mrs. Erlynne tell Lord Windemere about the letter he finds?
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