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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who points out that the money will stay in the family?
2. Why does the family want the business in their hometown?
(a) To create the first mall.
(b) It opens new opportunities for the community.
(c) It's more efficient, and thus more profitable.
(d) To improve travel for business and industry.
3. Who gets slapped in Act 1?
4. As Mr. Marshall says his goodbyes, who commits to coming to his home town for a visit?
5. Who does the slapping in Act 1?
6. Who particularly likes the idea of the unlikely marriage?
7. Who suggests the unlikely marriage?
8. Who halts Birdie's errand request?
9. Who announces to the family that the dinner guests are about to enter the parlor?
10. 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?
(a) Mr. Marshall.
11. Which of Regina's brothers isn't married?
12. What is the family lacking in order to complete their business transaction?
(a) Regina's portion of the money.
(b) Business insurance.
(c) Horace's signature.
(d) Collateral for the loan.
13. Which character officially fits the title used by Mr. Marshall to describe the family?
14. What does Mr. Marshall say about life in the geographic region he is visiting?
(a) He can't think of anything healthier than salty air.
(b) Northern wives, with the way they kiss, keep their husbands warm at night.
(c) Southerners live better than the rest of the country.
(d) The dry air of the west is nothing like their hospitality.
15. Where is Mr. Marshall's home?
(c) New York City.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who takes Mr. Marshall back to his train?
2. Which of her husband's hobbies does Birdie complain is useless?
3. How does the Hubbard family acquire the Lionnet?
4. What does Birdie detest about her husband's hobby?
5. Who originally owned the Lionnet?
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