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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Whom does Fisby call first to try to sell the liquor?
(a) Maj. McEvoy.
(b) Tokyo Bars.
(c) The officer's club in Awasi.
(d) Col. Purdy.
2. What do they call the liquor that was made 10 days ago?
(a) Blue Ribbon Brandy.
(b) Happy Brandy.
(c) 10 star Brandy.
(d) Special Brandy.
3. For what special occasions is the liquor made?
(a) End-of-war dances.
(b) Weddings and funerals.
(c) Spring dances.
(d) Teahouse celebrations.
4. What did some "fool Senator" do back in Washington?
(a) He is using the village as an example of American "Get-up-and-go."
(b) He seized the village's bank account.
(c) He is using the village as an example of Okinawan thought and success.
(d) He is using the village as an example of the decadence of Okinawan life.
5. Where is the paperwork that Col. Purdy wants to see hiding?
(a) Sakini is hiding the paperwork.
(b) Under the cricket cages.
(c) There is no paperwork.
(d) Under Capt. Fisby's bed.
6. How is the group flying over to look at the village going to document the trip?
(a) They are bringing journalists to record interviews.
(b) They are bringing their own cameras.
(c) They have a movie crew with them.
(d) They are bringing photographers from a magazine.
7. What does Fisby say about the villagers' work?
(a) He tells them they should all be proud of their work.
(b) He tells them maybe they can do better work.
(c) He is sorry that their work isn't better.
(d) He says nothing about their work.
8. According to Sakini at the beginning of Act 3, Scene 2, what has the island of Okinawa survived?
(a) Earthquakes and tsunami.
(b) Gypsy moth, frog, and cicada invasion.
(c) Chinese pirates, Japanese warlords, English missionaries, and American Marines.
(d) French and American missionaries and American Marines.
9. What did Lotus Blossom need a teahouse for?
(a) For a place to teach dance.
(b) For a place to teach the ladies how to become Geisha.
(c) For a place to drink tea.
(d) For a place to live.
10. What is the name of the special liquor taste tester?
(b) Elsa Maxwell.
(c) Fisby and McLean.
(d) Lady Astor.
11. What name is the money earned from the sale of liquor kept under?
(a) Tobiki Brandy.
(b) Tobiki Co-Operative.
(c) Tobiki Distillery.
(d) None of the answers is correct.
12. What is Capt. McLean's lie to Fisby about why he is visiting the village?
(a) He's always wanted to see the beach.
(b) He claims to be on leave and wants to make some ethnological studies.
(c) He says he wants to see a teahouse built.
(d) He's always wanted to see the jungle.
13. What does Col. Purdy think of American air and wind?
(a) The air is clean and the wind is fresh.
(b) The air is fresh and the wind is clean.
(c) The air is cool and the wind is mild.
(d) The air is light and the wind is breezy.
14. What does tsukemono mean?
(a) Tart thing.
(b) Salty things.
(c) Fragrant things.
(d) Sweet things.
15. According to Sakini at the beginning of Act 3, Scene 2, what has invaded the island of Okinawa?
(a) Japanese pirates, and plague.
(b) Tsunami, typhoons, and rats
(c) Frogs, cicadas, and American Marines.
(d) Typhoons, locusts, cockroaches, and the sweet potato moth.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Col. Purdy promise his wife?
2. What song do Fisby and Capt. McLean sing after the wrestling match?
3. What does Sakini want to do when he realizes that Fisby is leaving?
4. What is Capt. McLean's retirement plan?
5. Who is thrown from the ring during the wrestling match?
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