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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where does everyone go to avoid praying with Lady Britomart?
(a) The kitchen.
(b) The library.
(c) Their own homes.
(d) The drawing room.
2. Mr. Undershaft's business has been in the family for how long?
(a) He built it from the ground up.
(b) His father built it from the ground up.
(c) Many generations.
(d) He bought it recently.
3. Mr. Undershaft agrees to visit the Salvation Army under which condition?
(a) That Barbara agrees to work at his business.
(b) That Barbara does not get married.
(c) That Charles Lomax agrees to work at his business.
(d) That Barbara will visit his business the next day.
4. Who is the first character introduced in Act 1?
(c) Mr. Undershaft.
(d) Lady Britomart.
5. Why is Barbara pleased that her father is coming to visit?
(a) So that she can discuss her wedding.
(b) So that he can meet her fiance.
(c) So that she can save his soul.
(d) So that he can see her mother.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Lady Britamort's initial reaction when left in the library?
2. What is the relationship of Barbara and Stephen?
3. Who is Barbara's fiance?
4. Who does Mr. Undershaft first mistake for his son?
5. How is Lady Britomart currently supported?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Peter Shirley react to the offer of food?
2. How does Mr. Undershaft feel about the morality of his business?
3. What are the lies that Snobby Price told the Salvation Army?
4. How does Lady Britomart feel about how she is treated by the group?
5. How does Mr. Undershaft react to the disclosure made by Adolphus Cusins?
6. How did Jenny Hill help Bill Walker's girlfriend?
7. What does Mr. Undershaft believe about right and wrong?
8. How have Barbara's views of power changed after seeing the foundry?
9. How does Bill Walker get the last laugh on Barbara?
10. How do Stephen and Mr. Undershaft feel about each other?
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