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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. On the tenth Tuesday, another person was involved in the conversation. Who?
(a) Mitch's brother.
(b) Morrie's wife.
(c) Morrie's son.
(d) Mitch's wife.
2. What did Morrie call the weekly conversations between him and Mitch?
(a) Their highlight of the week.
(b) Their last time together.
(c) Their last thesis together.
(d) Their proof of friendship.
3. Where did Mitch find Morrie when he was ready to see him on this fourteenth Tuesday?
(a) On the toilet.
(b) In his chair.
(c) In the kitchen.
(d) In his bed.
4. At Morrie's funeral, Mitch tried out an imaginary conversation in his head. How did it feel?
5. On the eighth Tuesday, Morrie and Mitch talked about money and values. What is, according to Morrie, the result of people valuing the wrong thing?
(a) They lead rich lives.
(b) They lead disillusioned lives.
(c) The don't care about anything.
(d) They are happy.
Short Answer Questions
1. In the tenth Tuesday meeting, what did Morrie compare marriage to?
2. What do people in the hospital do when somebody dies?
3. During the third interview, Morrie told Ted Koppel that the disease could have his body, but what was the disease not allowed to get?
4. When does society start to go bad, according to Morrie?
5. When did Morrie meet his wife?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did Morrie's family do when he lapsed into a coma?
2. Why did Morrie stop eating the food that Mitch brought?
3. How did Mitch realize the funeral was happening on a Tuesday?
4. What was the bleak truth about Morrie not being able to wipe his own behind anymore by the time of the third Nightline interview?
5. How do readers know that Brandeis college was a hotbed for cultural activism?
6. When Mitch looked around Morrie's home, he saw a certain kind of wealth that had nothing to do with money. How had Morrie's house become a very wealthy home after his disease got diagnosed?
7. Morrie called the third interview with Nightline a compromise. Why?
8. What did Morrie reply when Mitch asked him whether he was ever afraid of growing old?
9. What were the important issues in life, according to Morrie?
10. Nightline returned for a third and final time. Ted Koppel asked Morrie if, as he got closer to dying, he was more afraid. How did Morrie respond?
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