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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the gift that arrives for the sisters from the answer to #16?
(a) A large silver samovar
(b) A map of Russia
(c) A large silver statue
(d) A book of medicines
2. Who was born and raised in an aristocratic family?
3. Who have the sisters been teasing for being in love with a girl who is engaged?
4. Who died exactly a year ago to the day on this Saint's Day, according to the sisters and their memories?
(a) The sisters' father
(b) The sister's grandfather
(c) Andrei's brother
(d) The sisters' mother
5. What is the last name of the three sisters who are the title characters of this play?
6. Who whistles quietly to herself as she reads during the opening part of the play?
7. Where exactly is the sisters' mother buried?
(a) The garden
(b) The backyard
(c) She's still alive
8. Who does not like civilians, as she reiterates from a previous discussion?
9. Who does Masha joke is starting to look like a boy?
10. Who brings Vershinin a note during the course of the scene, alerting him to news from home?
11. Who chatters about the Sunday day of rest, talking endlessly about what it should include?
12. Who does Natasha want to not stop by, fearing for her child's rest?
(a) The teacher
(c) The other sisters
(d) Gambling men
13. When Irina turns down the book, to whom is the book next given?
14. Who is suddenly embarrassed when the count of people seems to indicate there are lovers at the table?
15. Who makes a bad joke that is followed by an awkward silence?
Short Answer Questions
1. Natasha wonders if the mismatching clothes are some sort of __________.
2. Who is in love with Masha although it is a bit of scandal that he does?
3. Where does Irina now work as revealed at the start of Act 2?
4. Where would Andrei like to be a famous lecturer if he were to have his way?
5. What does Vershinin learn from the note he receives?
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