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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where does Acres send David?
(a) To see Lydia.
(b) To buy new clothes.
(c) To get Jack.
(d) To the post office.
2. How would Sir Lucius like to settle the quarrel?
(a) a freindly game .
(b) with an intervention.
(c) In a duel.
(d) an honest conversation.
3. What happens at the end of their conversation?
(a) Jack pleads for Lydia's forgiveness.
(b) Lydia laughs hysterically.
(c) Sir Anthony calls for amends.
(d) Lydia bursts into tears.
4. What does Jack persuade Lydia to do?
(a) run away with him .
(b) not marry Jack.
(c) not marry Beverly.
(d) be his mistress.
5. Why does Julia take Faulkland back?
(a) He is sullen.
(b) Because she sees he is not so sullen at the duel.
(c) He begs her for forgiveness.
(d) She wants to be with him.
6. How does Acres feel the letter should be written?
(a) in a cold distant voice.
(c) very mean.
(d) in blood.
7. What word does Mrs. Malaprop misuse in this section?
(c) Popsicle .
8. What does Sir Anthony think of the ruse his son has put on?
(a) He does not understand why Jack has played the trick.
(b) He thinks it's funny.
(c) He thinks Lydia is a silly girl to not love his son.
(d) He hates Jack for the prank.
9. What does Jack realize about Lydia?
(a) He does not love her.
(b) She has betrayed their correspondence.
(c) She is even more beautiful than he remembered.
(d) He wishes to break the engagement.
10. What does Jack say he will call Acres?
(a) Failure Bob.
(b) Flailing Bob.
(c) Flagging Bob.
(d) Fighting Bob.
11. How does Lydia feel like she was treated?
(a) Like a child.
(b) Like a smart woman.
(c) As though she has no feelings.
(d) Like a teenager.
12. What time is the duel set for?
(a) 6:00 pm.
(b) 9:00 am .
(c) 12:00 am.
(d) it is not happening.
13. Who does Mrs. Malaprop tell Jack about?
(a) Lydia's love for letters.
(b) Lydia's incompetence.
(c) Jack's rival, Beverly .
(d) Lydia's love for romance novels.
14. Where does Jack wait for Faulkland?
(a) On the North Parade.
(b) In the park.
(c) on the beach .
(d) On the South Parade.
15. Why does Jack refuse to speak?
(a) Because Lydia will know that Jack is Beverly.
(b) Jack is not in this scene.
(c) His throat hurts.
(d) He feels self conscience.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Lydia throw at Jack?
2. How does Lydia feel about the situation?
3. Why is Faulkland afraid to open Julia's letter?
4. What does Mrs Malaprop call Jack?
5. How does Julia react to Faulkland's fake news?
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