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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 reason does the Woman give for how she gets her flowers?
(a) She walks and picks them.
(b) Visitors bring them.
(c) They are left on her doorstep.
(d) She buys them at the market.
2. What does the Man notice the Woman is staring at in Scene 3?
(a) His belly.
(b) The sun.
(c) His eyes.
(d) His muscles.
3. What does the Woman say happens when she takes care of her flowers?
(a) She makes perfume from the flowers.
(b) The flowers start to grow.
(c) The flowers last for months.
(d) She gets magical powers.
4. What is the first thing the Woman does for the Man?
(a) Takes his cloak.
(b) Removes his shoes.
(c) Brings food.
(d) Pours tea.
5. What name does the Woman say the Man can call her?
Short Answer Questions
1. How is the Man dressed in Scene 3?
2. What does the Man get out to look at in Scene 4?
3. How does Scene 1 conclude?
4. Where does the Man hide the flower he takes in Scene 1?
5. What does the Woman tell the Man that he should learn to love?
Short Essay Questions
1. What chore does the Man help the Woman with that he becomes excited about, and how does he react when he completes his task?
2. What does the Woman say about her flowers in Scene 2?
3. What are the Woman and the Man doing at the beginning of Scene 1, and what are they talking about?
4. Why does the Man send the Woman away in Scene 7?
5. Why is the Woman afraid that the Man does not like her anymore in the seventh scene?
6. What does the Man's hesitation to reveal his destination to the Woman in Scene Two reveal about how he feels about the Woman that has carried over from their first meeting?
7. What does the Woman threaten to do to the Man if he does not listen to her while he is meditating, and what is the Man's response to the threat?
8. How does the Man feel about the Woman's taking away his sword?
9. What does the Woman say about her name?
10. What is the symbolism of the flute at the end of the play?
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