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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is it about the writer's experience with Liza that astonishes him?
(a) His sentimentality.
(b) His love.
(c) His pity for her.
(d) His bruteforce.
2. Where is Liza from?
(d) The writer's hometown.
3. Who is Anton Atonych Setchkin?
(a) The writer's only regular acquaintance.
(b) The writer's brother.
(c) The writer's rival.
(d) The writer's neighbor.
4. How many days pass between the writer's first meeting with Liza and the second?
(a) 1 day.
(b) 2 days.
(c) 3 days.
(d) 4 days.
5. How old is the writer when he avoids talking to or associating with others?
(a) 32 years old.
(b) 24 years old.
(c) 29 years old.
(d) 40 years old.
6. What does Ferfichkin say he would have done if he was early for the dinner?
(a) Ordered something.
(c) Waited patiently.
(d) Filed a complaint with the establishment.
7. What does the writer say about Russian romantics?
(a) They are wise men.
(b) They are fools.
(c) They are always intelligent.
(d) They are uneducated.
8. At the beginning of Part 2, Chapter 8, upon waking up, what does the writer decide is the most important thing he must do?
(a) Save his reputation with Zverkov and Simonov.
(b) Find love for himself.
(c) Get back to work.
(d) See Liza again.
9. What effect does the writer's speech about Liza's life have on Liza?
(a) She knows she must change her life.
(b) She become svery upset.
(c) She realizes that her life has meaning.
(d) She hates the writer.
10. What do the writer's colleagues think of him?
(d) An odd fellow.
11. Which of the diners states that he almost got married two days before?
(a) The writer.
12. Why does the writer say he hates Liza?
(a) Because she is kind to him.
(b) Because she is a prostitute.
(c) Because he lies to her.
(d) Because she laughs at him.
13. What reason does the writer give for his behavior at work?
(a) That is how educated men act.
(b) He is a coward.
(c) He is superior to the others.
(d) Out of spite.
14. What does the writer do during the toast to Zverkov?
(a) Shouts "Hurrah!" with the the others.
(c) Drinks before the toast is completed.
(d) Smashes his glass.
15. How much does the writer owe Simonov in this section?
(a) 10 roubles
(b) 6 roubles.
(c) 15 roubles.
(d) 5 roubles.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the writer state happens to stupid Russian romantics?
2. What does the writer write to Simonov as an excuse for his dinner behavior?
3. Despite what the writer wants to do during the dinner, what does he do?
4. When the writer goes back to the dinner party after being outside, what does he find?
5. At the beginning of Part 2, Chapter 5, the writer has left the dinner and is outside. How does he describe the snow?
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