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1. For what does the advertisement in the beginning of the story encourage people to register?
(a) The best tutor available in the United States.
(b) The lottery of a lifetime.
(c) The great pleasure excursion to Europe and the Holy Land.
(d) The Christmas census.
2. What is the name of the ship?
(a) Bon Voyage.
(b) Quaker City.
(c) Samuel Clemens.
(d) Broken Promises.
3. What does Twain imply the advertising program says?
(a) Glorious, glamorous goofiness.
(b) Everything that needs to be said.
(c) Too much to be useful.
(d) Nothing of any substance.
4. How long is the time between registration and the event?
(a) A week.
(b) A month.
(c) Two weeks.
(d) A day.
5. How are the ship's passengers described in Chapter 2?
(a) Long in the tooth.
(b) Excited, confused, and full of chaos.
(c) Anxious and uncomfortable.
(d) Elegant and refined.
6. What is the one thing the passengers have in common once the ship sets sail?
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