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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does George accuse Martha of doing during these faculty parties?
2. Which of the following is not a university to which George compares the play's university?
(d) Moscow U.
3. What liquor did George's school friend mispronounce?
4. Which of these is not a name that Martha calls George in this section?
5. What did George do at the party when someone sang the Virginia Woolf song, according to Martha?
6. What department is Nick actually in?
(a) Political Science
7. To what literary heroine does Martha compare herself near the end of Act 1?
(a) Anna Karenina
(b) Moll Flanders
(d) Lady Chatterly
8. What does George tell Martha he wants her to stop doing?
(a) Telling lies to his colleagues
(c) Intentionally mispronouncing words
(d) Springing things on him
9. What animal sound does George make late in this section?
10. What comes out of the toy shotgun that George fires?
(a) A tiny flag
(b) A rubber ball
(c) A parasol
11. What game did Nick and Honey play when they were younger?
(a) Hide and Seek
(b) Truth or Dare
(d) Spin the Bottle
12. About what does Martha now want to talk?
(c) Her son
(d) Her father
13. What saying does Honey drink by?
(a) Light before dark
(b) Never mix, never worry
(c) Liquor before beer, in the clear
(d) When in Rome
14. What sport does George invite Nick to play with him?
15. What is the faculty sport, according to George?
(a) Publish or Die
(b) Musical Beds
(c) Snipe and Sorry
(d) Follow the Chair
Short Answer Questions
1. Which of these is not a French insult that George and Martha hurl at each other?
2. What nationality does George say the man who painted their abstract painting is?
3. What does Martha do with chromosomes, according to George?
4. Which actress starred in the film that Martha is trying to think of?
5. What term does George use to describe the faculty parties they have to attend?
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