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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Mr. Hardcastle call his home?
(a) Upson Downs.
(b) Inn and Out.
(c) Liberty Hall.
(d) Hardcastle Castle.
2. What does the landlord say about available accommodations?
(a) He says they are welcome to sleep in the barn.
(b) He says they can sit down and put their heads on a table.
(c) He says they can have the bridal suite.
(d) He says there is only one bed with three men in it already.
3. What is Tony looking forward to in the near future?
(a) Being presented at court.
(b) Coming into his inheritance of 1,500 pounds a year.
(c) Getting even with Kate for standing between him and Constance.
(d) Going abraod for an extended vacation.
4. How is Mr. Hardcastle astonished by Kate's conversation?
(a) She says that Marlow was as much a gentleman as Hastings.
(b) She says Marlow was timid and had a bashful manner.
(c) She says that Marlow is the very image of a grand gentleman.
(d) She says that Marlow spoke well and was very courteous.
5. What is Mrs. Hardcastle's complaint with her husband?
(a) He doesn't dress for dinner.
(b) They do not travel to town now and then.
(c) They never have company come to the house.
(d) He has no taste in furniture.
6. What does Mr. Hardcastle say the neighbors bring back from their trips to town?
(a) Useless furniture and ugly paintings.
(b) Things for which they have no use.
(c) Bills and bad dispositions.
(d) Vanity and affectation.
7. What does Tony volunteer to do as Marlow and Hastings head out the door of the Three Pigeons?
(a) He tries hard to contain his laughter.
(b) He kicks the landlord of the pub under the table.
(c) He offers to go out and point the way.
(d) He tips his hat and wishes them well.
8. What does Hardcastle assume from Kate's comments about Marlow?
(a) That Marlow knows how to speak with a lady.
(b) That her judgement is failing her.
(c) That she finds him as objectionable as he does.
(d) That she must have met someone else.
9. Seeing the good furniture, what does Hasting fear?
(a) That the beds will be hard and uncomfortable.
(b) That it is an antique shop.
(c) That they will be overcharged for their stay.
(d) That this might not be an inn after all.
10. When does Mrs. Hardcastle insist will be the time for Constance to wear jewels?
(a) They are for looking at and not for wearing.
(b) Only when she has paste copies of them.
(c) When she is in her forties and her beauty needs repairing.
(d) Only when she's presented at court.
11. When Kate agrees to accept the young man if he asks for her hand, how does her father tease her?
(a) He says that as her father he might not give his consent.
(b) He says that the young man might be mentally retarded.
(c) He says that it's more than an even wager that he won't have her.
(d) He says that the young man may be deformed in some way.
12. When Mrs. Hardcastle tries to get Tony to say home one night, where is he planning to go?
(a) The theater.
(b) The Cock and Bull pub.
(c) The Three Pigeons pub.
(d) To church.
13. How does Tony calm down Constance?
(a) He tells her that Hastings has the jewels.
(b) He promises to find the jewels.
(c) He gives her brandy to drink.
(d) He makes a joke to make her laugh.
14. What does Kate say about Marlow?
(a) That he was rude and callous and she wanted him to go away.
(b) That he appeared to be a simpleton.
(c) That she didn't know he was Hastings' best friend.
(d) That she expected something extraordinary and she was quite surprised by him.
15. Anxious to be off, what does Marlow ask Tony?
(a) Are there any bridges to cross?
(b) We are to turn right, did you say?
(c) How much do you think they will charge?
(d) Can we purchase some torches here?
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Tony's one word admonition to the landlord of the pub?
2. What is Marlow's experience with proper young ladies?
3. What does Mr. Hardcastle tell his wife when she suggests that Tony is consumptive.
4. What does Tony warn them of once they get to the inn?
5. As the play opens, who are the two characters who enter from the right?
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