1. Who speaks in "A Portrait"?
(b) Lady Teazle.
(c) Charles Surface.
2. Why is the speaker of "A Portrait" important?
(a) She is the antagonist.
(b) He is famous.
(c) He is the author of the play.
(d) He is the protagonist.
3. Who does the speaker of "A Portrait" address?
(a) His friend.
(b) The audience.
(c) Her husband.
(d) His lover.
4. What does the speaker of "A Portrait" advise against?
(a) Selling your family portraits.
(b) Getting married.
(c) Creating scandals and listening to tales of scandal about others.
(d) Having children.
5. What does the speaker of "A Portrait" say about appearances?
(a) Appearances are unimportant in all circumstances.
(c) Appearances are not all that they seem.
(d) Appearances are very important.
6. What is the benefit of looking beneath the surface, according to the speaker of "A Portrait"?
(a) One may find gold.
(b) One can find the true worth of people.
(c) One should never look beneath the surface.
(d) One may find their watch.
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