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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why can Bitsy not partake in the sumptuous meal?
(a) He was not invited.
(b) He must stay very thin.
(c) He has another obligation.
(d) He has already had dinner.
2. What book does Ferris review and ponder?
(c) Address book.
3. What beverage does Bitsy order at the table?
(a) Seltzer water.
(b) Kentucky bourbon.
4. Who is the father of Madame Zilensky's children?
(a) Her estranged husband.
(b) A Frenchman.
(c) Three different men.
(d) The King of Finland.
5. What do the men note about Bitsy's appearance?
(a) He is very pale.
(b) He is exhausted.
(c) He has lost weight.
(d) He is gaining weight.
6. Who is Martin's son?
7. How many children does Ferris' fiance have?
8. What U.S. state has Ferris recently visited?
(a) New Jersey.
9. What does Mr. Brook do about Madame Zilensky's lies?
(a) Confronts her.
(b) Ignores her.
(c) Fires her.
10. What dominates Madame Zilensky's life?
11. Emily states that Martin always favored _____________.
(c) His ex-wife.
(d) His mother.
12. What is unusual about Madame Zilensky mentioning the King of Finland?
(a) The king is a young boy.
(b) The king is in exile.
(c) Finland does not have a king.
(d) The king is dead.
13. Mr. Brook skipped out on a faculty trip to __________.
14. What does Mr. Brook find unusual about Madame Zilensky's home a few weeks after her arrival?
(a) The windows have been boarded up.
(b) There are no lights in any of the rooms.
(c) The rooms are empty and bare.
(d) All of the rooms are painted pink.
15. Who does Ferris call from his hotel room?
(a) His daughter.
(b) His mother.
(c) His father.
(d) His ex-wife.
Short Answer Questions
1. What musical instrument does Elizabeth play?
2. What is Madame Zilensky's claim to fame?
3. What has Bitsy just done prior to encountering the three men?
4. What does Bitsy realize is coming to an end?
5. What does Mr. Brook ultimately do with Madame Zilensky?
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