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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What do the townspeople want to buy with the money they make from selling liquor?
(a) White coats.
(b) Another Geisha.
(c) More stills.
(d) More lumber.
2. How many lectures has Fisby given to the village children on Democratic Theory?
3. What does Col. Purdy tell Gregovich to do with the stills?
(a) Destroy them all.
(b) Learn how to use them.
(c) Dismantle them and take them back.
(d) Inspect them.
4. What kind of liquor is Fisby going to serve Col. Purdy at the end of the play?
(a) Plum wine.
(b) Rice wine
(c) Apple wine.
(d) 20 Star Brandy.
5. How are goods made in the U.S. according to this story?
(a) Hand-crafted in villages.
(b) In factories, many at a time.
(c) Hand-made at home.
(d) In city schools.
6. What does tsukemono mean?
(a) Salty things.
(b) Tart thing.
(c) Sweet things.
(d) Fragrant things.
7. What does Col. Purdy think of American air and wind?
(a) The air is clean and the wind is fresh.
(b) The air is light and the wind is breezy.
(c) The air is fresh and the wind is clean.
(d) The air is cool and the wind is mild.
8. What does Gregovich really destroy?
(a) Large pots.
(c) Water barrels.
9. What does Lotus Blossom believe happens in American factories?
(a) The machines make goods 10 times faster than hand-made.
(b) The unions run the mills and the workers are treated well.
(c) The workers are treated poorly.
(d) People sit around and drink tea while machines make goods.
10. When Col. Purdy enters during the song after the wrestling match, what does Fisby do about his legs?
(a) He stares down at them.
(b) He tries to cover them.
(c) He puts on his pants to cover them.
(d) He jumps in a chair to hide them.
11. What is eating up the Chinese peas?
(a) The sea beetles.
(b) The Japanese beetles.
(c) The Chinese beetles.
(d) The Asian beetles.
12. What does Fisby say about Col. Purdy's mother?
(a) That she will be disappointed if he doesn't make General.
(b) The he should call his mother and get her thoughts on the teahouse.
(c) That she could see anything that goes on in the teahouse.
(d) That she would disapprove of anything that goes on in the teahouse.
13. How many cricket cages does Fisby own by the time he meets Capt. McLean?
(d) A dozen.
14. What, according to Capt. McLean, do earthworms do?
(a) They are "food for animals in your garden."
(b) They "eat your plants."
(c) They "aereate your soil."
(d) They "feed your plants."
15. Why did the potential buyers think the price was too high?
(a) Americans can buy goods in a five and ten cent store and wouldn't pay more than a nickel.
(b) They are comparing prices with European goods.
(c) They are comparing prices with manufactured goods.
(d) They are comparing the prices with prices on the base.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did the potential buyers think of the straw hats?
2. Fisby tells Capt. McLean that he feels free. When does he say this feeling started?
3. How many castings do earthworms leave behind?
4. What man from town would Lotus Blossom like to marry in the end?
5. What does Capt. McLean say chemicals on plants will do?
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