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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. What does Powers complain was dropped into his lap?
(a) The Laundry Project.
(b) The UFO deal.
(c) Com Air Int.
(d) The Strat-Air Project.
2. What type of trip does Kreton say the trip to Earth was?
(a) An educational trip.
(b) A pleasure trip.
(c) A business trip.
(d) A social trip.
3. What three rooms make up the stage at the beginning of Act 1?
(a) The terrace, living room, and study.
(b) The kitchen, study, and bedroom.
(c) The bedroom, study, and living room.
(d) The living room, kitchen, and study.
4. Why is Conrad forced to spend the night?
(a) The family cannot exit because of the spaceship.
(b) Conrad is marrying Ellen.
(c) Conrad wants to visit with the alien.
(d) The family is under house arrest.
5. What does Kreton seem to affectionately call the people in the house?
(a) Nasty children.
(b) Annoying children.
(c) Old children.
(d) Wicked children.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Reba want to be as a youth?
2. What does Conrad use as a name for hotel reservations at the Jefferson Davis?
3. What does Roger tell Ellen to marry for?
4. What trait does Kreton say is endearing in Earthlings?
5. Where does the spaceship land?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is Powers upset he is in charge of the Kreton project?
2. Explain why Kreton's race no longer multiplies.
3. Kreton makes a comment about why humans are odd when it comes to sex being taboo. Explain his opinion.
4. Kreton notes that war is the specialty of humans. Is this true?
5. Why is Reba concerned about the marriage of Ellen and Conrad.
6. Summarize the argument of Roger against the existence of UFOs.
7. Is Kreton well-organized? Why?
8. How does raising the rifles in the world help to start a war?
9. What does Kreton do to try and entice Conrad to join the fight?
10. Explain why Roger is upset about Powers' revelations on the UFO, and what he tries to do about it.
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