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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. How is Jo's boyfriend described in the stage directions?
(a) A colored naval rating.
(b) An Indian colonel.
(c) A light-haired fiddler.
(d) An Italian brigadier.
2. When Peter leaves, what does Jo admit she is afraid of?
(a) Jo is afraid of the dark.
(b) Jo is afraid of spiders.
(c) Jo is afraid of heights.
(d) Jo is afraid of strangers.
3. When do they plan to get married?
(a) They plan to marry in five years, and have a dream wedding.
(b) They plan to marry during his next leave, in six months.
(c) They plan to marry in one year.
(d) They plan to marry the next day.
4. What is Jo's relationship to Helen?
(a) Jo is Helen's mother.
(b) Jo is Helen's sister.
(c) Jo is Helen's aunt.
(d) Jo is Helen's daughter.
5. What is Jo sorting through before Helen and Peter leave?
(a) She is sorting through the kitchen.
(b) She is sorting through books.
(c) She is sorting through clothes.
(d) She is sorting through magazines.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where do Jo and her boyfriend agree to meet the next day?
2. What is Helen's parenting strategy with Jo?
3. Where have Jo and her boyfriend gone to be alone?
4. What does Jo's boyfriend put in her milk?
5. Why has Helen chosen this apartment?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why doesn't Jo want her boyfriend to kiss her?
2. What is Helen's main complaint about Jo?
3. What are Helen's thoughts on destiny, as she tells Jo after their conversation about the shiek?
4. Does Helen feel guilty about Jo's present circumstances? Why or why not?
5. Why has Peter Smith followed Helen to the new apartment?
6. Does Jo think Geof has been a good influence on her?
7. How would you describe Helen's parenting strategy?
8. Who is more suited for motherhood: Geof or Jo?
9. Why is Jo unworried about her longer walk to school from the new apartment?
10. Why is Jo's boyfriend concerned about meeting Helen?
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