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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Act 2, Scene 1.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. As the evening progresses, what games do the men on the porch play?
(a) They play Scrabble.
(b) They shoot dice.
(c) They alternate between cards and playing checkers.
(d) They play hangman.
2. How does Daisy respond to the question of whether she prefers Jim Weston or Dave Carter?
(a) She says she prefers Dave Carter.
(b) She says that she is not interested in either.
(c) She will not say who she would choose.
(d) She says she prefers Jim Weston.
3. How do the men at the store react to Daisy's arrival?
(a) They suddenly become very formal and well-mannered.
(b) They are embarrassed to speak to her.
(c) They flirt with Daisy and ask her to reveal which man she prefer, Jim or Dave.
(d) No one speaks to her, but they all stare at her.
4. When the fighting children enter, what does Sister Taylor look for, and what does she intend to do with it?
(a) She looks for a stick with which she can hit the children.
(b) She looks for another adult to help back her up.
(c) She looks for an easy exit so she can get away from the children.
(d) She looks for a rock to throw at the children.
5. What are Joe Clarke and Deacon Simms doing when Jim Weston and Dave Carter arrive at the store?
(a) They are beating each other with the mule bone.
(b) They are shaking hands and apologizing to each other.
(c) They are still arguing about the town.
(d) They are playing a friendly game of checkers.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which of the following best describes Sister Taylor's position about Daisy's involvement in the fight between Jim Weston and Dave Carter?
2. What does Sister Thomas do after Reverend Childers and his group enter?
3. What does Daisy think of Jim Weston and Dave Carter's music?
4. Where did Joe Lindsay find the mule bone?
5. What does Sister Taylor do to end the argument with the sassy young girl?
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