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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How old is Madge Owens?
2. Rosemary tells Flo that ____________ gave alcohol to Millie.
3. Who does Mrs. Potts want Hal to take to the picnic?
4. What has Howard brought with him this evening?
(a) Bootleg whiskey.
(b) Hand-rolled cigarettes.
5. What do the women find shocking about Hal?
(a) His bare chest.
(b) His haircut.
(c) His shorts.
(d) His blue eyes.
6. Who dances with Madge on the porch?
7. What is unusual about Madge?
(a) She has six toes on her left foot.
(b) She has one brown eye and one blue eye.
(c) One ear is lower than the other one.
(d) She is exceptionally beautiful.
8. Where does Rosemary shout that Hal belongs?
(b) The gutter.
(c) In detox.
(d) On a chain gang.
9. In what state does the play take place?
10. What does Flo comment on when she comes out onto the porch?
(a) The beautiful weather.
(b) Her beautiful daughters.
(c) The train whistle.
(d) The pies she made for the picnic.
11. What do Rosemary and Flo talk about regarding Helen?
(a) Her annulled marriage.
(b) Her needlework skills.
(c) Her garden.
(d) Her chocolate cake recipe.
12. Where does Millie want to go on a train?
(b) Los Angeles.
(c) New York.
13. What is Hal's profession?
14. Instead of going to the picnic, Madge and Hal ______________.
(a) go out for coffee.
(b) play cards.
(c) make love.
(d) go to a movie.
15. Why does Rosemary refuse to go to the picnic?
(a) She doesn't have anything to take.
(b) She has a migraine.
(c) She has to get up early in the morning.
(d) She is embarrassed by her behavior with Hal.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is the owner of one of the homes where the action takes place?
2. Where does Madge work?
3. Madge tells her mother that she is tired of ________________.
4. Where does Rosemary want Howard to take her?
5. What payment does Mrs. Potts give Hal in exchange for his work?
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