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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Cecil Graham want to show Lord Windemere?
(a) He wants to show him Lady Windemere's fan.
(b) He wants to show him Lady Windemere's letter.
(c) He wants to show him Lord Darlington's letters.
(d) He wants to show him Augustus' marriage proposal.
2. Mrs. Erlynne claims that her purpose in coming to Lord Darlington's house is:
(a) To trick Lady Windemere into returning home.
(b) To save her daughter from a life with an unloving husband.
(c) To save Lord Windemere from scandal.
(d) To save her daughter from making a hideous mistake.
3. Why does Augustus try to prevent Windemere from leaving Lord Darlington's house?
(a) Augustus wants Windemere to find his wife's fan.
(b) Windemere is still too angry at his wife to behave himself.
(c) Augustus wants Darlington to have time to escape with Lady Windemere.
(d) Mrs. Erlynne has asked Augustus to detain Windemere as long as possible.
4. Who is the one person Lady Windemere must see before she leaves town?
(a) The Duchess.
(b) Lord Darlington.
(c) Mrs. Erlynne.
(d) Lady Agatha.
5. Who is Lady Windemere talking to at the start of Act 4?
(a) Lady Plymdale.
(b) Lord Darlington.
(d) Her mother.
6. Why does Mrs. Erlynne fear she is lost?
(a) Because she knows she has ruined her chances with Lord Windemere.
(b) Because she knows she will let her daughter down.
(c) Because she fears Augustus will find her there.
(d) Because she fears Windemere will find her there.
7. What does Mrs. Erlynne claim to dislike about London?
(a) The heat.
(b) The fogs.
(c) The cold.
(d) The rain.
8. How does Mrs. Erlynne dispose of the letter?
(a) She eats it.
(b) She tears it up and throws it out the window.
(c) She tears it up and throws it into the fire.
(d) She gives it to Darlington's servant to destroy.
9. What is the truth about Mrs. Erlynne?
(a) She is Lord Windemere's first wife.
(b) She is Lord Windemere's mother.
(c) She is Lady Windemere's mother.
(d) She is Augustus' mother.
10. What does Lord Windemere say about his wife and Mrs. Erlynne?
(a) That his wife must forgive her actions.
(b) That his wife is to call on her immediately.
(c) That his wife is never to leave him again.
(d) That his wife is never to see her again.
11. Lady Windemere fears Mrs. Erlynne will:
(a) Tell Windemere the truth to save her own happiness.
(b) Tell Windemere a lie to save them both.
(c) Leave town with no explanation.
(d) Tell Augustus the truth to save herself.
12. What is Mrs. Erlynne's excuse for Lady Windemere's fan present in Lord Darlington's rooms?
(a) She claims she mistook it for her own and took it from the party.
(b) She claims Lord Windemere gave it to her.
(c) She claims Lady Windemere left it there.
(d) She claims Lord Darlington took it because he loves Lady Windemere.
13. What is Mrs. Erlynne's first advice to Lady Windemere?
(a) Lady Windemere must publicly apologize to her.
(b) Lady Windemere must beg Darlington's forgiveness.
(c) Lady Windemere must return to her husband.
(d) Lady Windemere must take her son along with her.
14. What does Lord Windemere assume about the presence of his wife's fan in Darlington's rooms?
(a) He assumes his wife has found out about his affair.
(b) He assumes Mrs. Erlynne is hiding in Darlington's rooms.
(c) He assumes his wife is hiding in Darlington's rooms.
(d) He assumes his wife has gone home to rest.
15. Why does Lord Windemere believe Mrs. Erlynne has returned to find her daughter?
(a) She learned her daughter had run away with another man.
(b) She learned her daughter had a son.
(c) She learned her daughter had married a rich man.
(d) She learned her daughter knew she was alive.
Short Answer Questions
1. According to Mrs. Erlynne, love is:
2. Cecil Graham says he is interested in Augustus and Mrs. Erlynne because:
3. Augustus is happy to leave England because:
4. Mrs. Erlynne claims it is not repentance that consoles one, but:
5. It is clear that Lady Windemere:
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