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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Why is Sir Oliver pleased near the end of Act 4, Scene 1?
(a) Because Charles holds him in high regard.
(b) Because he wins money in a poker game.
(c) Because Charles is engaged to Maria.
(d) Because Lady Teazle tells him that she loves him.

2. What does Sir Peter project to Joseph will be the cause of his loss of Lady Teazle?
(a) His dwindling fortune.
(b) His lack of intelligence.
(c) His age.
(d) His weight.

3. How do Charles and his guests react to Trip's announcement in Act 3, Scene 3?
(a) They stare blankly.
(b) Charles fires Trip, and his guests mock Trip.
(c) They sit down to listen to the money-lenders.
(d) They laugh and jeer.

4. Who forces Sir Oliver and his companion to wait in Act 3, Scene 2?
(a) Lady Sneerwell.
(b) Charles.
(c) Trip.
(d) Joseph.

5. How does Joseph feel about saving the situation with Charles and Maria at the beginning of Act 5, Scene 4?
(a) Optimistic.
(b) Angry.
(c) Pessimistic.
(d) Hopeless.

6. What does Mr. Moses point out in Act 4, Scene 2?
(a) That Charles is a good person.
(b) That the stories about Joseph are true.
(c) That Sir Oliver is stupid for agreeing to purchase the family portraits in an auction.
(d) That the stories about Charles are true.

7. In what type of lifestyle does Sir Peter decide that he will allow his wife, Lady Teazle to live?
(a) Carefree.
(b) Independent.
(c) Structured.
(d) Dependent.

8. In essence, what does Trip offer Mr. Moses?
(a) A world of information on how to eat well for very little money.
(b) His unsolicited opinion on Renaissance art.
(c) Some stolen goods in the form of clothes that belong to Charles.
(d) Some sound, practical advice about how to earn respect in the township.

9. Why does Lady Teazle go to Joseph's house in Act 4, Scene 3?
(a) To find her watch.
(b) To borrow money.
(c) To plot against her husband's life.
(d) To consummate their affair.

10. Where does Charles sell his family portraits?
(a) His home.
(b) Crabtree's home.
(c) Lady Sneerwell's home.
(d) Sir Peter's home.

11. Everyone at the table can be considered as which of the following?
(a) Greedy and miserly.
(b) Intellectual and scholarly.
(c) Drunk and obnoxious.
(d) Incommunicative and boring.

12. What does Trip have Sir Oliver and Mr. Moses do?
(a) Review some of his reference material.
(b) Pay for the pastries that they have ordered.
(c) Wait for Charles Surface.
(d) Take a note to Lady Sneerwell.

13. What are the men doing at the table when Mr. Moses and Sir Oliver enter at the beginning of Act 3, Scene 3?
(a) Eating.
(b) Flirting with women.
(c) Drinking.
(d) Playing cards.

14. How much money does Charles make on the sale of the portrait that Sir Oliver had shown interest in buying?
(a) None.
(b) Two hundred pounds.
(c) Five hundred pounds.
(d) Seven hundred pounds.

15. What does Sir Peter decide to do about his suspicions about Lady Teazle?
(a) Divorce her.
(b) Allow her to live independently until his death.
(c) Imprison her.
(d) Have her murdered.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does Sir Peter see protruding from behind the screen in Joseph's room?

2. Who has really impressed Sir Oliver during the portrait auction?

3. What does Sir Oliver prove himself to be?

4. How will the security for the request made in Act 3, Scene 2 be obtained?

5. How much does Charles offer to sell the remainder of his family portraits for?

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