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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Charlie's actions do to his relationship with Nancy?
(a) Brings her closer
(b) Angers her
(c) Alienates her
(d) Delights her
2. What does Charlie ask his wife to find in order to defend themselves against the creatures?
(b) A dead fish
(c) A rock
(d) A stick
3. How does Charlie respond to accusations of infidelity?
(a) There is injustice within the issue
(b) There is truth to the issue
(c) There is no truth to the issue
(d) There is false evidence of the issue
4. What does Nancy suggest her and Charlie do as the lizards approach?
(a) Jump in the water
(b) Lie on the ground
(c) Call for help
5. What does Nancy threaten to do if Charlie is unwilling to go along with her?
(a) Nancy will divorce him
(b) Nancy will find another man
(c) Nancy will sell the house
(d) Nancy will go on her own
Short Answer Questions
1. What kind of man has Charlie become?
2. What concept do the lizards parallel?
3. What does Charlie hope to infuse his marriage with?
4. How does Nancy feel when she sees the creatures?
5. What types of creatures does the beach location allude that humans evolved from?
Short Essay Questions
1. How do Nancy and Charlie react to the sound of a jet overhead interrupting their conversation?
2. What topic does the breast exposure lead to?
3. Describe the opening setting of Act 1.
4. Why does the conversation of exclusivity threaten to create a problem?
5. How do the lizards respond to Charlie's discussion of the theory of evolution?
6. What does the appearance of another jet do to the group?
7. How does Nancy's tone regarding Charlie's role as a husband and father affect him?
8. How does Nancy react to her husband's raving and blaming of why the lizards have appeared?
9. Describe the act of shaking hands between the lizards and the humans.
10. Where would Charlie like to spend his retirement?
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