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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. To which Shakespeare play does Jo's boyfriend compare?
(a) Antony and Cleopatra.
(c) Romeo and Juliet.
2. What does Jo throw at Peter?
(a) The lid from a box of chocolates.
(b) A pot from the kitchen.
(c) A brand new shoe.
(d) The cushion from the armchair.
3. What does Jo tell Helen she has dreamed?
(a) Jo dreams she was flying, but fell to the ground.
(b) Jo dreams that she has failed all her classes.
(c) Jo dreams that she found her true love.
(d) Jo dreams that policemen found Helen dead under a rosebush.
4. How does Helen feel when she discovers Jo's ring?
(a) She is very jealous and locks Jo in her room.
(b) She is excited and wants to have a double wedding.
(c) She is sad and bursts into tears.
(d) She is angry and disappointed.
5. How old is Jo's boyfriend?
(a) He is thirty.
(b) He is twenty-seven.
(c) He is eighteen.
(d) He is twenty-two.
Short Answer Questions
1. What specific kind of dark scares Jo?
2. What, because of the time period of the play, is the significant difference between Jo and her boyfriend?
3. What has Jo's boyfriend been carrying for her?
4. What does Helen begin to drink when she enters the flat?
5. What is Helen's reaction to Jo's dream?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Peter feel about Jo in the first scene?
2. Describe the dream Jo has about Helen.
3. What does Jo say to make Geof almost leave the apartment?
4. Why has Helen returned to the apartment?
5. Why does Jo lie to Geof about her boyfriend's origins?
6. What school does Helen offer to pay for Jo to attend?
7. How does Jo think of her relationship with Geof? What role has he filled in her life?
8. Who was Jo's first love, as she admits to Helen in Scene 1?
9. Why has Jo decided to let Geof stay, though they are not in a love relationship?
10. How was Jo comforted last Christmas during Helen's absence?
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