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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who is the author of PLAY WITH A TIGER?
(a) Danielle Lawrence.
(b) Deloris Leonard.
(c) Dana Lucas.
(d) Doris Lessing.
2. Why does the man stand there every night?
(a) In anticipation of seeing one of the women who lives across the street.
(b) He is the weather man and presents the forecast.
(c) He is waiting for his wife to come out of the house.
(d) It is a painting of Anna's late husband, standing next to her by their first home.
3. How is Dave unique among Anna's male friends?
(a) He is not in love with her.
(b) He is the only one unconventional enough to appeal to Anna on a long-term basis.
(c) He is the only one who truly understands Anna.
(d) He is not married.
4. When Mary is about to ask Anna if she would like to go for some coffee, what stops her?
(a) She remembers that her laundry is done in the washer.
(b) She hears the phone ring.
(c) She sees Tom.
(d) She sees Anna asleep on the couch.
5. What does Tom use the arrival of this woman to do?
(a) Bother Mary.
(b) Flirt with Janet.
(c) Annoy Anna.
6. What does this person tell Anna she will one day see?
(a) How good this apartment was.
(b) The value of being regularly employed.
(c) How good she had it as his wife.
(d) The value of this woman's friendship.
7. What does Anna think Dave will do?
(a) Move away from London.
(b) Find a woman he loves.
(c) Get married and cheat on his wife.
(d) Understand her.
8. Who is Harry Paine?
(a) Anna's boyfriend.
(b) Anna's neighbor.
(c) Anna's doctor.
(d) A friend of Anna's.
9. What issue does the person put aside?
(a) The issue of Anna marrying him.
(b) The issue of Anna divorcing him.
(c) The issue of Anna wanting to move into another building.
(d) The issue of Anna not wanting to be her friend.
10. When does the play begin?
(a) At nine o'clock in the evening.
(b) At nine o'clock in the morning.
(c) At five o'clock in the evening.
(d) At five o'clock in the morning.
11. Why does Mary feel comfortable telling Tom that Anna will never marry him?
(a) She knows Anna will never marry anyone.
(b) She is very sure of herself.
(c) She dislikes Tom immensely.
(d) She has become Anna's friend over the years.
12. Why has Janet tricked him?
(a) To upset him.
(b) To be cruel.
(c) In order to force him to marry Anna.
(d) In order to force him to marry her.
13. What does this play have to do with women?
(a) It is about the expectations and challenges faced by women who choose less conventional roles than those inherent in marriage.
(b) It is about the love women feel for men.
(c) It is about the friendships that women have with one another.
(d) It is about the fight for equality for all women.
14. What does this person implore Anna to do?
(a) Explain why they are no longer neighbors.
(b) Explain why she no longer wants to marry him.
(c) Explain why they are no longer friends.
(d) Explain why she no longer wants to be his wife.
15. What would Janet like Anna to do for her?
(a) Explain everything to Dave.
(b) Leave Dave alone.
(c) Keep what she has said a secret.
(d) Ignore Dave.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does this person say she will regret?
2. What does Janet know about Anna?
3. Why else is Anna distraught?
4. What does Tom tell Anna regarding her future?
5. Why is Harry at Anna's flat?
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