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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through The Eighth Tuesday We Talk About Money.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does the media make people believe, according to Morrie?
(a) That more is good.
(b) That more is sad.
(c) That more is stupid.
(d) That more is bad.
2. How did Mitch find out about the TV interview with his mentor?
(a) Somebody told him about the interview.
(b) He was flipping through the TV channels.
(c) He read about it in the TV guide.
(d) His mentor called him.
3. When Morrie's body continued to weaken, he started writing notes about his philosophy of dying. These notes turned into an article and an interview. Which newspaper published this article and interview?
(a) The Washington Times.
(b) The New York Times.
(c) The Boston Times.
(d) The Boston Globe.
4. Morrie continued receiving mail after his appearance on Nightline. How did he sign all the responding letters?
(a) "Thank you."
(b) "Sincerely, Morrie."
(c) "Thank you, Morrie."
(d) "Thanks a lot, Morrie."
5. When Mitch visited his mentor for the first time since college, where was Morrie waiting for him?
(a) In the driveway.
(b) By the front door.
(c) In the study.
(d) In the kitchen.
Short Answer Questions
1. On which night of the week did Morrie perform his favorite hobby?
2. On the second Tuesday meeting, Mitch had a flashback to his junior year in college, when Morrie performed an experiment with the students. What did the professor want each student to do?
3. What did Morrie do when the sociology department learned that male students who don't keep their grades up could lose their draft deferment?
4. During Mitch and Morrie's first visit, Morrie announced to Mitch that dying is just as sad as something else. What does he think is just as sad as dying?
5. After the third Tuesday, Mitch recalled his senior year in college, where he undertook an honor's thesis. What did he write about in this thesis?
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