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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When does Solness say life will be easier for his wife?
(a) When they find a lodger
(b) When they move into their new home
(c) When they get a divorce
(d) When they have a child
2. What does Hilda say Solness has a lot of?
3. What does Brovik not want the children to know?
(a) How angry he is
(b) What he thinks of Solness
(c) How old he is
(d) How he ill he feels
4. What color jacket does Solness wear?
5. Whose portfolio is Solness reading?
6. Where does Solness suggest they put Hilda for the night?
(a) The nusery
(b) The guest room
(c) The games room
(d) The master bedroom
7. What does Solness hold under his arms?
8. What did the school girls shout up at Solness?
(a) Don't fall Master Builder
(b) Simply the best Master in the world
(c) Hurrah for Master Builder Solness
(d) Hip hip hooray
9. To where does the open door lead?
(a) The games room
(b) The reception
(c) The garden
(d) The draughtsmen's office
10. What is the name of Knut's son?
11. Where do the couple want their villa built?
12. What does Solness say someone will come and say to him?
(a) Lead me to riches
(b) Show me the way
(c) Love me
(d) Give me a chance
13. What does Solness offer Brovik to sit on?
(a) A bed
(b) A sofa
(c) A rocking chair
(d) An armchair
14. What did Solness call Hilda when he saw her in her white dress?
(a) A little princess
(b) A little devil
(c) A little horror
(d) A little flower
15. Why does Dr. Herbal think that Solness should not be afraid?
(a) He is very rich
(b) He has luck on his side
(c) He is a man
(d) He has powerful friends
Short Answer Questions
1. Who says he is feeling ill?
2. Why does Solness say he is willing to give a commission away?
3. What does Hilda ask Solness if his book-keeper is?
4. Why does Solness think it will not be good if Kaia gets married?
5. Where did Dr. Herdal meet Hilda?
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