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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. Lewis cites that friendship expects which of the following in return for help?
(a) Nothing in return.
(b) Hourly pay.
(c) Reciprocal assistance.
2. What is the key to having friends, according to Lewis?
(a) Being trustworthy.
(b) Being approachable in public places.
(c) Sharing a common thing.
(d) Cultivating acquaintances into friendships.
3. Lewis suggests that anyone who deems spending time with animals to be a relief should examine which of the following?
(a) Their choice of profession or occupation.
(b) Their motives for spending time with animals.
(c) The amount of time that they devote to animals.
(d) Their history in caring for animals.
4. Which of the following is the name of the individual whom Lewis uses in his illustrative story about refusing to release the notion of being needed?
(a) Dr. McGrew.
(b) Dr. Colinot.
(c) Dr. Quartz.
(d) Dr. Keaton.
5. Lewis cites which of the following groups from ancient times as illustrative of friendship and bonding having evolved as a result of necessity and unity?
Short Answer Questions
1. Which of the following does Lewis deem necessary for a man and a woman to make a long-term relationship work?
2. Lewis asserts that an individual in a crowd of a different opinion tends to be which of the following?
3. Lewis refers to Eros as a "he," deeming him which of the following?
4. Lewis notes that a change in societal attitudes relating to friendship label it as which of the following?
5. What is the sole condition under which affection produces happiness according to Lewis?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the author say about the possibility of men and women forming and maintaining friendships?
2. How does the author support his assertion that both single and married women seek ways to cross the barriers that keep them from establishing friendships with men?
3. What is a process that the author mentions that evokes affection in return?
4. Describe the "battle of the sexes" that the author writes about in the friendship section of his book.
5. How does the author describe the general misconception that people maintain about friendship?
6. How does the author, in the Eros section of his book, explain that love is more than just physical?
7. Describe some of the profound observations that the author makes about the real value of friendship.
8. What does the author write in relation to a form of stereotype labeling that tends to follow friends of the same sex?
9. How does the author support his contention that there is advantage to numbers beyond two when applied to friendship?
10. The author basically implies that despite promising to do so, human beings are not capable of establishing everlasting love, and provides support for his assertion. How does he accomplish that?
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