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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Tamar resume in this section?
(a) Her relationship with Conrad.
(b) Her relationship with her father.
(c) Her job.
(d) Her studies.
2. What does Crimond tell Jean he wants instead of toast?
3. What is the only information Jean will give Rose?
(a) She is pregnant.
(b) Crimond has finished his book.
(c) Her relationship with Crimond is finished.
(d) Her car id damaged.
4. What country do Duncan and Jean move to?
5. Where has Gerard just left when he rings Jenkin at lunchtime?
(a) The British museum.
(b) The Natural History Museum.
(c) The National Gallery.
(d) The Met Office.
6. What creature does Lily tell Rose she believes is magical?
7. Who does Gerard visit to talk about past events?
8. Where does Jenkin say he is going on holiday?
9. Who does Jenkin say laughs at him?
10. Why does Crimond want to break up with Jean?
(a) She loves Duncan.
(b) She lacks comitment.
(c) She is getting too old.
(d) She is a coward.
11. What kind of mistake does Crimond tell Jean he wants to avoid?
(a) A nothing mistake.
(b) A silly mistake.
(c) A terrible mistake.
(d) A bourgeis mistake.
12. What does Gulliver do with the snail he finds in the trains?
(a) Throws it out of the window.
(b) Eats it.
(c) Put it in his pocket.
(d) Steps on it.
13. What do Jean and Duncan promise to help each other work towards?
14. Which two characters have agreed to marry?
(a) Duncan and Jean.
(b) Lily and Gulliver.
(c) Tamar and Conrad.
(d) Rose and Gerard.
15. What does Gerard tell Rose he has decided to write?
(a) A critique.
(b) A biography.
(c) A film.
(d) A novel.
Short Answer Questions
1. What city does Gulliver decide to catch a train to?
2. Who rescues Jean?
3. What does Gerard tells Rose has impressed him?
4. Who is Jenkin thinking about while Tamar confesses her secret?
5. What newspaper is Gerard reading in the park?
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