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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. For whom is May waiting?
(a) She is waiting for George to return.
(b) She is waiting for Al Jolson to leave.
(c) She is waiting for George to leave.
(d) She is waiting for their other partner, Jerry, to return.
2. What can this person that May encounters do to someone's career?
(a) Make or break it.
(b) Break it.
(c) Make it legitimate.
(d) Make it.
3. In what city is this building located?
(a) In Los Angeles.
(b) In San Diego.
(c) In San Francisco.
(d) In New York.
4. How does the trio feel about their new idea, as they slowly traverse the land from one side of the continent to the other?
(a) They become more and more angry.
(b) They become more and more irritated.
(c) They become more and more excited.
(d) They become more and more nervous.
5. Why does Glogauer agree to the diction school?
(a) So that he can take the lead by training his actors and actresses.
(b) So he can send them to the Schlepkin brothers.
(c) He wants actors and actresses who speak well.
(d) He wants to practice his own diction.
Short Answer Questions
1. What do many people in Los Angeles want from this person that May encounters?
2. Describe Susan.
3. Who announces that Mr. Glogauer's presence is requested?
4. The setting of this scene has a _________ interior.
5. What does this person that May encounters offer to do?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who works here? Why do they work here?
2. Describe the scene in the lobby.
3. How do they feel about the trip?
4. How does Glogauer respond to what George has to say?
5. What do the playwrights show about the film industry?
6. What is symbolism that is found in this scene?
7. How does Mr. Glogauer respond to this announcement?
8. What has happened to George?
9. Why does Mary feel hesitant and fearful? Should she feel this way? Why or why not?
10. How do May and George feel about Jerry's good news?
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