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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who will stay at least through dinner?
(a) Mr. Henderson.
(b) The agency men.
(c) Mr. Kirby.
2. In what does Tony remain undaunted?
(a) His love for his family.
(b) His vigil to reach Alice before she leaves.
(c) His desire to go home.
(d) His need to end the relationship.
3. What is Mr. DePinna required to do?
(a) Find an artist's costume for himself.
(b) Carry Penny's paint supplies for her.
(c) Don a Roman toga.
(d) Put the film in the camera for Essie.
4. What does the Grand Duchess Olga do for a living?
(a) She works as a waitress in a coffee shop.
(b) She teaches ballet.
(c) She does nothing.
(d) She sings.
5. What happens to all thirteen people of the household, including the Kirbys?
(a) They are fined for the illegal production of firearms.
(b) They receive suspended sentences for their alleged contributions in making fireworks without a permit.
(c) They are put under house arrest.
(d) They are imprisoned with five-year sentences.
6. What does the doorbell bring?
(a) The unexpected arrival of the Kirbys.
(b) The unexpected arrival of Gay Wellington.
(c) The unexpected arrival of Tony.
(d) The unexpected arrival of Mr. Henderson.
7. What does the word game reveal?
(a) The Kirbys' happiness about Tony's engagement to Alice.
(b) The Kirby's excitement about being at the Sycamore's home.
(c) How happy Alice is to have the Kirbys at her home.
(d) The Kirbys' hidden emotions.
8. Why does this surprise turn of events occur?
(a) The men want to arrest Ed.
(b) The fireworks in the basement were accidently ignited.
(c) Mr. Kirby believes his wife acted irrationally.
(d) Mrs. Kirby feels sorry for the Sycamore family.
9. What happens to Grandpa's Internal Revenue Service problem?
(a) He continues to ignore their letters.
(b) He pays his debt.
(c) They arrest Grandpa.
(d) It is resolved with a letter releasing him from all debt.
10. Why is Gay Wellington at the home?
(a) She is visiting her nephew.
(b) She is borrowing a cup of sugar.
(c) She is visiting her family.
(d) She has come to the apartment to read for one of Penny's plays.
11. What is true?
(a) You cannot take your money with you when you die.
(b) Others will dislike you if you quit high-paying jobs.
(c) It is safe to place faith in financial security.
(d) Money is what matters.
12. Why does Penny initiate a word game?
(a) She is bored.
(b) She loves word games.
(c) To ease the tension.
(d) The Kirbys look bored.
13. What can the pursuit of money be?
(a) Very rewarding.
(b) Very exciting.
(c) Only for the strong-willed.
(d) An especially empty life.
14. To what does the family sit down?
(b) A performance by Essie, Ed, Mr. DePinna, and Paul.
(c) A performance by Essie.
15. For what does Tony plea?
(a) To end the engagement.
(b) To go home.
(c) To speak to his fiancee.
(d) To be released from jail.
Short Answer Questions
1. What continues as usual tonight?
2. What does Donald read in the next day's paper?
3. Who else agrees to stay?
4. What has been finalized?
5. How does Mr. Kirby react when Tony tells him he plans to leave the family firm?
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