1. What play is this for Richard Sheridan?
(a) His first.
(b) His second.
(c) His tenth.
(d) He is not the author of this book .
2. How does the play begin?
(a) With an attorney bribing a sergeant at law.
(b) With two lovers quarreling .
(c) In Bath on a sunny afternoon.
(d) At a party in London .
3. What does the attorney hand to the sergeant at law?
(a) some chocolate.
(b) a piece of paper.
(c) a stick of gum.
(d) a present .
4. What does the sergeant at law claim when he is given this item?
(a) He would like to quit his job.
(b) He would like another peice of chocolate.
(c) That he cannot see the paper.
(d) He wishes for more money .
5. How does the lawyer get the sergeant at law to accept the paper?
(a) He promises to invest in the sergeant at law's business.
(b) He offers to marry his daughter.
(c) He slips money to the sergeant at law.
(d) He invites the sergeant at law to dinner.
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