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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where does this scene take place?
(a) The tower
(b) The veranda
(c) The drawing room
(d) The master bedroom
2. What does Solness say Hilda does not understand?
(a) His business
(b) His hate
(c) His words
(d) His position
3. What does Hilda call their dream home?
(a) Castle in the air
(b) The lover's castle
(c) The fairy palace
(d) Hill top castle
4. What does Solness say he wants to tell Hilda?
(a) Something deep
(b) Something funny
(c) Something ugly
(d) Somthing cruel
5. Which of the following words does Solness use to describe the inside of the house?
6. What did Aline have a talent for?
7. Where does Hilda say it would be wonderful to see Solness?
(a) In a motor vehicle
(b) On top of the tower
(c) In his new house
(d) On his roof
8. What does Solness say that Ragnar should not be allowed to do?
(a) Come to the front
(b) Marry Kaia
(c) Leave his work
(d) Leave the country
9. What does Solness say he needs in his life?
10. Which of the following words does Hilda not use to describe what Solness said to Ragnar?
11. What does Solness say he kept for only three weeks?
(a) His cat
(b) His dog
(c) His first business
(d) His children
12. What does Ragnar take away with him?
(a) His drawings
(b) His magazines
(c) His clean clothes
(d) His books
13. What does Solness use to write on Ragnar's drawings?
(a) A pencil
(b) A crayon
(c) A biro
(d) A fountain pen
14. Where does Aline say the boys are now?
(a) In heaven
(b) In hell
(c) Close to her
(d) In the ground
15. What does Solness show Hilda?
(a) A book
(b) A photograph
(c) A house
(d) A drawing
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Solness presume Hilda and Aline were talking about?
2. Who does Solness say he is thinking of?
3. Why does Hilda say she has come to Solness?
4. Where does Solness tell Hilda she can live?
5. What did Hilda use to collect?
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