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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Mrs. Levi suffer from?
(a) A desire to see others in love.
2. What size is the hat Barnaby wears in Act 2?
3. Mr. Vandergelder is Ermengarde's what?
4. How many entrances exist in Act 1?
5. In what city does Act 2 take place?
(c) New York.
(d) Los Angeles.
6. In Act 2, what purchase do Cornelius and Barnaby fake interest in?
(a) A puppy.
(b) A dress.
(c) A hat.
7. Where does Cornelius sleep at night?
(a) Wherever he can.
(b) His car.
(c) Mr. Vandergelder's bran room.
(d) The Biltmore Hotel.
8. When do Mrs. Levi and Mr. Vandergelder plan to meet outside Mrs. Malloy's store?
(a) 4:30 p.m.
(b) 10 a.m.
(c) 5:00 p.m.
9. What is Mrs. Malloy's marriage status?
10. What does Mr. Vandergelder do to avoid lending money to Mrs. Levi?
(a) Gives her counterfeit bills.
(b) Fakes a fit of coughing and sneezing.
(c) Pretends to lose his hearing.
(d) Leaves the room.
11. In Act 2, what type of outing are Cornelius and Barnaby on?
(a) An adventure.
(b) A shopping expedition.
(c) A drinking binge.
(d) A family meeting.
12. Whom does Mr. Vandergelder reveal he will propose to?
(b) His first true love.
(c) Mrs. Levi.
(d) Mrs. Molloy.
13. Where does Mrs. Levi instruct Mr. Vandergelder to meet his should-be bride?
(a) Harmonia Gardens.
(b) Central Park.
(c) Fifth and Broadway.
(d) Badgley Place.
14. How many entrance doorways are there in Act 2?
15. In Act 2, Mrs. Malloy covers for whom?
(a) Cornelius and Barnaby.
(b) Ermengarde and Ambrose.
(c) Mr. Vandergelder.
(d) Mrs. Malloy.
Short Answer Questions
1. Mrs. Levi claims she will get what out of helping Ambrose and Ermengarde?
2. In Act 2, who claims to find Mr. Vandergelder unattractive?
3. In what location does Act 2 take place?
4. In Act 2, whom does Cornelius develop feelings for?
5. According to Mrs. Levi, Mr. Vandergelder's should-be wife is what?
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