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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When Jane and Akiko wake up, where are they?
(a) Sad about their lives.
(b) At their homes.
(c) Tired of their lives.
(d) In the hospital.
2. How did Akiko and Jane begin their connection?
(a) A phone call.
(b) Through email.
(c) Through a reality television show.
(d) Through losing a baby.
3. How does Akiko get even with John?
(a) She exposes him for the alcoholic and drunk he is.
(b) She tells everyone he knows about the abuse.
(c) She kills him.
(d) She takes all the money out of her and John's bank account.
4. Why does she wait until the last minute to give it to John's office?
(a) She thinks they will fire her for the show.
(b) She thinks they will hate the show.
(c) She thinks they will edit the show.
(d) She is afraid they will not air the show.
5. About what does Akiko warn Jane?
(a) John will be coming to Colorado to supervise the show.
(b) John will try to rape Jane again.
(c) Akiko is coming to America.
(d) Her husband is planning to ruin Jane's career.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who gives Jane the bad news that causes Sloan to be mad at her?
2. Why does Akiko bite her husband?
3. To whom does Bunny show Jane's documentary?
4. While Jane's personal life is becoming very happy, what is happening to her career?
5. When John is around his wife, how does he feel about her?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Jane begin to see John?
2. As Akiko wakes up at the hospital, what does she feel?
3. How do the two women's lives change?
4. Why is Jane happy about Suzie Flowers?
5. Why does Jane feel so upset about her life?
6. Although Akiko is not yet in the clear, what does she feel about her life?
7. Why does Gale seem so aggressive?
8. How does Jane help Akiko start her life in America?
9. How do things turn around for Jane?
10. What do Jane and Akiko have in common?
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