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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. How does Flora's father convince Shaya to marry Flora?
(a) With her photograph.
(b) With a Bible passage.
(c) With a threat.
(d) With money.
2. How does Rouvke feel when he sees Hanele for the first time in the United States?
(a) He thinks she is common looking.
(b) He thinks she has changed.
(c) He thinks she won't fit in.
(d) He thinks she is beautiful.
3. Why does Getl not want to ride in a carriage in the United States?
(a) It is the Sabbath.
(b) There's not enough room for her son.
(c) It frightens her.
(d) She thinks that women aren't allowed.
4. In "The New York Ghetto," what does Jake buy both Fanny and Mamie?
5. What does Flora hope her future husband will do for a living?
(a) A lawyer.
(b) A writer.
(c) A doctor.
(d) A cobbler.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Rouvke learn to read and write in English?
2. Where does Flora's father announce he will travel after Passover?
3. What is Flora reading in Chapter One of "The Imported Bridegroom"?
4. What does Rouvke ask his mother to tell him about when he is first in the United States?
5. Why do Shaya's collection of Hebrew books make Flora cry?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Rouvke react to the news that Hanele is engaged to someone else?
2. How does Flora react when Shaya comes home for the first time?
3. Why does Mamie want Jake to go to Philadelphia?
4. What does Hanele tell Rouvke about her trip to the United States?
5. What role does Mrs. Kohan play in Rouvke's marriage?
6. How does Jake feel at his divorce hearing?
7. What is Flora's father's first impression of Pravly when he returns there in Chapter Three of "The Imported Bridegroom"?
8. How does Jake feel when he first sees his wife and son in the United States?
9. How does Gitl try to fit in with American culture?
10. What is Rouvke's life like when he first moves to the United States?
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