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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. 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. Quartz.
(b) Dr. Keaton.
(c) Dr. McGrew.
(d) Dr. Colinot.
2. Lewis states that finding true affection, friendship, and deeper love for a person takes which of the following actions in order to evoke affection in return?
(b) Conducting one-on-one discussions.
(d) Taking actions that make them happy.
3. Lewis asserts that an individual in a crowd of a different opinion tends to be which of the following?
4. According to Lewis' story illustrating perversion, which of the following can occur if an individual tends to every need that is perceived in relation to their object of affection?
5. Which of the following does Lewis NOT cite as a factor that may have affected your choice in friends?
(a) Choice of university.
(b) Birth year.
(d) Geographic location.
Short Answer Questions
1. Lewis turns to which of the following professions to illustrate a refusal of releasing the notion of being needed?
2. Lewis asserts that all people need which of the following?
3. Which is the least jealous of the loves, according to Lewis?
4. Lewis notes that in prior times, having friendships appeared to raise a person to which of the following?
5. According to Lewis, most friendships exist between men and men and women and women due to which of the following?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does the author describe the general misconception that people maintain about friendship?
2. What was it that the author listed that Mrs. Fidget did for her family?
3. Describe the example that the author mentions in the friendship section of his book that can actually be labeled as "the opposite of friendship."
4. Although he introduces Eros as the state of being in love, in the Eros section of his book, the author personifies Eros. Describe the author's characterization of Eros.
5. What does the author observe about the necessity of friendship?
6. How does the author provide insight to how a man is able to retain his choice of friends despite attempts to eliminate them from his presence that may be made by the woman in his life?
7. How does the author support his contention that there is advantage to numbers beyond two when applied to friendship?
8. 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?
9. What is a process that the author mentions that evokes affection in return?
10. What are some of the exclusion elements relevant to friendship that the author points out?
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