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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. In "Jake and Yekl," how long has it been since Jake last saw his parents?
(a) Four years.
(b) Two years.
(c) Three years.
(d) One year.
2. Who does Rouvke say he feels like when he sees Hanele in the United States for the first time?
(b) A professor.
(c) A matchmaker.
3. What upsets Flora's father about Pravly?
(a) The crumbling roads.
(b) The number of billboards.
(c) The presence of a Catholic church.
(d) The lack of old buildings.
4. How does Getl feel the first time she tries on a corset?
(a) Pleased and excited.
(b) Displeased, but excited.
(c) Pleased, but embarrassed.
(d) Displeased and embarrassed.
5. Where does Rouvke learn to read and write in English?
(a) Night school.
(b) An American high school.
(c) From a friend.
(d) From reading newspapers.
Short Answer Questions
1. What frightens Gitl about Mamie?
2. How does Flora feel about Shaya's love of American books?
3. Why does Flora have Tamara send food to Shaya?
4. What upsets Rouvke most about learning English?
5. What does Flora hope her future husband will do for a living?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Jake finally decide to bring his wife and son to the United States?
2. Why is Flora disappointed at the end of "The Imported Bridegroom"?
3. What does Flora do when Shaya listens to her play the piano?
4. How does Rouvke feel about American women?
5. What is Flora's father's first impression of Pravly when he returns there in Chapter Three of "The Imported Bridegroom"?
6. How does Mrs. Kavarsky try to save Jake and Gitl's marriage?
7. What does Hanele tell Rouvke about her trip to the United States?
8. What does Jake say he did when he came to the United States?
9. How does Jake feel at his divorce hearing?
10. What does Fieve tell Rouvke about Hanele and her family after he moved to the United States?
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