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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 frightens Gitl about Mamie?
(a) She can't understand her.
(b) She threatens Gitl.
(c) She is beautiful.
(d) She goes to college.
2. In "The New York Ghetto," why does Joe want Jake to talk to Mamie?
(a) To tease her.
(b) To find out where she is from.
(c) To ask her out.
(d) To convince her to dance.
3. How does Jake feel the first time he sees Gitl in the United States?
(a) He is ashamed of her.
(b) He is angry at her.
(c) Hei s overcome with love.
(d) He is confused.
4. How does Jake explain Mamie's visit in "A Paterfamilias"?
(a) She was stopping by.
(b) She feels pleased to meet Gitl.
(c) She is playing a prank.
(d) She asks about work.
5. Why does Fieve write to Peretz on behalf of Rouvke?
(a) He writes better than Rouvke.
(b) He believes Rouvke likes Hanele.
(c) He wants Rouvke to borrow money from Peretz.
(d) He wants Rouvke to help Peretz with money.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Jake do when he realizes he can't remember his prayers?
2. What does Shaya secretly study after learning English?
3. Why does Getl get a kerchief?
4. What upsets Rouvke most about learning English?
5. What does Flora's father tell Reb Lippe about Shaya when they leave for America?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is Flora disappointed at the end of "The Imported Bridegroom"?
2. How does Gitl try to fit in with American culture?
3. How does Mrs. Kavarsky try to save Jake and Gitl's marriage?
4. What role does Mrs. Kohan play in Rouvke's marriage?
5. How do Rouvke's old townspeople feel about him?
6. How does Jake feel at his divorce hearing?
7. How does Reb Tzalel feel about Shaya after he spends time in the United States?
8. How does Rouvke feel about American women?
9. How do Flora and her father disagree over her marriage prospects?
10. What does Jake say he did when he came to the United States?
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