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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Act 2, Scene 2.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How do the children react to Sister Taylor's reprimands?
(a) They quiet down, but continue with their fighting after she leaves.
(b) They say nothing, but look sheepish and wander away.
(c) They apologize and head home.
(d) They tease her and shake themselves at her.
2. What does Sister Taylor do to end the argument with the sassy young girl?
(a) She calls the girl's mother over and lets the mother deal with her.
(b) She embarrasses the girl in front her friends.
(c) She heads to the church to tell the girl's mother.
(d) She turns the girl over her knee and spanks her.
3. What evidence does Sister Hambo provide to prove that she is telling the truth?
(a) She belongs to Macedonia Baptist Church and cannot lie.
(b) She has six children, and they are all as honest as she is.
(c) Everyone in town knows that she always tells the truth.
(d) She swears on her mother's grave that she is telling the truth.
4. What does Deacon Simms say he will use as his legal reference during the trial?
(a) He says he will use the Bible, from beginning to end.
(b) He says he will use his own legal knowledge and experience.
(c) He says he will use the law books that he borrowed from the library.
(d) He says he will use the evidence and let that speak for itself.
5. Where is the notice of Jim Weston's trial displayed?
(a) It is tacked to a big oak tree in town.
(b) It is posted in Joe Clarke's store.
(c) It is posted on both church doors.
(d) It is not posted; everyone just knows about it.
Short Answer Questions
1. How do the Baptists respond to Jim Weston entering the church?
2. How do the men at the store react to Mrs. Roberts' plight?
3. What evidence does Sister Taylor provide to prove that her husband is good to her?
4. Why does Sister Taylor doubt that the girl's mother will influence the girl?
5. For what crime is Jim Weston being tried?
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