1. What often happens to the narrator during the night in "Overture"?
(a) He goes out with friends.
(b) He wakes up.
(c) He stays up late.
(d) He can't fall asleep.
2. What is Mme. de Saint-Loup's house?
(a) The boarding house were the narrator stays.
(b) A place the narrator visited when he was younger.
(c) The narrator's aunt's business.
(d) A restaurant that is open late.
3. When did the narrator visit Combray?
(a) He hasn't visited there yet.
(b) As an adult.
(c) As a young boy.
(d) During his early teens.
4. What does the narrator's "magic lantern" do?
(a) Project pictures on the wall.
(b) Record his favorite songs.
(c) Turn off once it is daylight.
(d) Pick up radio broadcasts.
5. In "Overture," what does the narrator's father give him after dinner?
(a) A book.
(d) A lecture.
6. When does the narrator say his mother did not kiss him goodnight as a small child?
(a) When she had guests.
(b) When he had gotten in trouble.
(c) When it was raining.
(d) When his father was late.
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