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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How do Jim Weston and Dave Carter express their love for Daisy?
(a) They try to outdo each other with extremes of what they would do for her.
(b) They arm wrestle for her.
(c) They recite poetry that they have dedicated to her.
(d) They both sing songs that they have written for her.
2. What does Jim Weston assume when he sees Dave coming down the tracks?
(a) That he is lost.
(b) That he has been run out of town, too.
(c) That he is looking for him.
(d) That he is heading out to see Daisy.
3. What does Reverend Childers present as evidence against Jim Weston in the trial?
(a) He presents the biblical story of Sampson and the Philistines.
(b) He cites the rumor that Jim Weston has been stealing chickens.
(c) He uses Jim Weston's own confession against him.
(d) He uses the testimony of witnesses to prove that the beating was violent.
4. Sister Lewis chastises Brother Nixon for what offense?
(a) He let his cow get into her strawberry patch.
(b) He hangs his coat on one of the church's empty lamp brackets.
(c) He was talking during the trial, and she could not hear.
(d) He stepped over her without asking her pardon.
5. Why does Daisy begin to cry when speaking to Jim Weston in Act 3?
(a) He gets angry and slaps her.
(b) He threatens to leave her alone in the dark.
(c) He says he does not love her and he never really loved her.
(d) He says a woman cannot be trusted.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Joe Clarke respond to Mrs. Nixon's accusation that he mistreats his wife and sells rancid bacon?
2. How do the Baptists respond to Jim Weston entering the church?
3. How does Daisy respond when Dave Carter and Jim Weston both choose their music over a life with her?
4. Hambo accuses Deacon Simms of telling what lie?
5. What does Jim Weston say that makes Daisy finally choose him over Dave Carter?
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