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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. With Jocie's imminent homecoming, Raymond now has what?
(a) No feelings for anyone or anything.
(b) Feelings of nervousness.
(c) Reason to feel fear.
2. What does she reveal about Raymond?
(a) He was her first.
(b) He was very outgoing.
(c) He had never kissed her.
(d) He was forceful.
3. As what does Mrs. Iselin's tour of Europe prove?
(a) As a memorable and postive trip.
(b) As an excuse to promote her husband to European leaders.
(c) An excuse to inflame the passions of the continent against the United States.
(d) As a much needed break for both mother and son.
4. What does Charlie recount telling his brother-in-law to do?
(a) To take a hike.
(b) To kill himself.
(c) Take a cab to Central Park and jump in the water.
(d) Take a cab to the Brooklyn Bridge and jump in the water.
5. What does Raymond begin playing?
(a) A video game.
(c) A board game.
Short Answer Questions
1. How many shots do they hear?
2. What does Raymond tell his friend that he believes?
3. How does Marco shock Raymond?
4. What had Mrs. Iselin ordered the Chinese to create?
5. Meanwhile, at the party, what does Raymond's mother do regarding Raymond?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Raymond's costume? What does he think about it?
2. How does Raymond react when his mother schemes to announce Jocie's return to the United States through the Society pages of Raymond's own paper, without informing her son of the development? How does she respond to him?
3. What does Jocie say about Raymond?
4. Of what does Raymond's column consist?
5. What does Raymond do to Jocie's father?
6. What do Raymond and Jocie do?
7. How is a meeting arranged between Marco and Raymond?
8. What does Mrs. Iselin do on her European trip?
9. What happens when it is discovered that Jocie and Raymond have left the party?
10. How does Jocie interfere with Raymond's programming?
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