1. In what year does the play begin?
2. Where is Will at the top of the play?
(a) On the street waiting for the trolley.
(b) In his garage working on his Packard.
(c) In his living room drinking coffee.
(d) At his desk looking at house plans.
3. How does Will justify the immense cost of his new house?
(a) Will paid for the house with an inheritance from his father.
(b) Will believes his family deserves the best of everything.
(c) Will says he can't take it with him.
(d) Will believes he's about to get very lucky in the market.
4. What does Will say about his family's financial situation after his father died?
(a) Will says they were dirt poor.
(b) Will says they had "some" money.
(c) Will says they came into money from Aunt Mary.
(d) Will says they inherited a great deal of money from his father's life insurance policy.
5. Nothing fires Will up like what?
(a) Hard work.
(b) Beautiful women.
(d) Fine cars.
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