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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Oscar say he wants to do with his money?
(a) Buy a pecan farm.
(b) Travel and hunt.
(c) Ride horses in Savannah.
(d) Restore an old plantation.
2. Who particularly likes the idea of the unlikely marriage?
3. Who says a man isn't in business only for what he can get out of it --it has to mean something to his heart, too?
(d) Mr. Marshall.
4. After their business dinner, how much time does the family have to come up with the money for their business deal?
(a) Two weeks.
(b) Five days.
(c) One month.
(d) Three days.
5. Who instructs Alexandra to go pick up her father?
6. According to Ben, who is not very adaptable?
(b) The British royalty.
(d) The southern aristocrat.
7. What does Birdie detest about her husband's hobby?
(a) He kills animals then throws them away.
(b) The smell of paints.
(c) He never wins, and loses much of their money.
(d) The smell of cigar smoke.
8. Who announces to the family that the dinner guests are about to enter the parlor?
9. Who thinks Horace is holding out for more than a third of the deal?
10. Who halts Birdie's errand request?
11. Where is Mr. Marshall's home?
(c) New York City.
12. Who originally owned the Lionnet?
(a) Birdie's parents.
(b) Oscar's grandmother.
(c) Horace's parents.
(d) Regina's parents.
13. In which geographic region does the Giddens family live?
(a) The North.
(b) The West.
(c) The Atlantic Coast.
(d) The South.
14. Which character is Birdie concerned about health-wise?
15. What was the Lionnet?
(a) A railroad line.
(b) A retail location.
(c) A plantation.
(d) A fabric mill.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does the family communicate with Horace regarding the business matter?
2. Who challenges Mr. Marshall's choice of term that he used in reference to the family?
3. Which of her husband's hobbies does Birdie complain is useless?
4. What does Birdie say she wants to do with her money?
5. As Mr. Marshall says his goodbyes, who commits to coming to his home town for a visit?
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