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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What hits the old couple's car?
(a) A falling tree limb.
(b) A car.
(c) A bicycle.
(d) A deer.
2. Who turns on a light in the room?
(a) No one.
3. What is the beverage of choice throughout the duration of the conversation?
(a) Gin and tonic.
(b) Rum and Coke.
4. Who is married to Nick?
5. What is Terri's ex-boyfriend's name?
6. Who says they know what love really is and has an example to share?
7. Which of the following does Mel wonder about new love?
(a) What chemical imbalance causes it to happen.
(b) Why it feels so comforting.
(c) Who really believes it will last.
(d) Where it goes.
8. What time of day does the story take place?
(a) Late night.
(b) Late afternoon.
9. What is Mel's ex-wife's name?
10. What is the relationship between Nick and Laura?
(a) Friends since childhood.
(d) Father and daughter.
11. Who wants to know what the characters are going to do after the glass is spilled?
12. Who reminds Mel that it is for the best that he has his current profession?
(d) Himself (Mel).
13. Why does Terri chastise Mel?
(a) For acting childish.
(b) For showing her too much physical affection.
(c) For being insensitive and drinking too much.
(d) For insulting others in the conversation.
14. What happens at the end of the story?
(a) The sun sets.
(b) Everyone goes home.
(c) Everyone starts crying.
(d) The sun rises.
15. What is the old couple's prognosis?
(a) Good, if they get divorced.
(b) They will have to live at an assisted living facility the rest of their lives.
(c) They will be fine after recovering.
(d) They die soon after the accident.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where are additional beverages kept?
2. What does Mel's wife hope will happen to his ex-wife?
3. Whose glass is overturned on the table at the end of the story?
4. Who tells the story of the old couple?
5. Mel claims he loved:
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