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1. George Bernard Shaw criticized The Importance of Being Earnest for

A.)being too long.
B.)not being funny.
C.)not having real substance.

2. Choose the word below that best completes the sentence:

He’s incredibly ___________; he just can’t make up his mind about anything!

A.)melancholy
B.)utilitarian
C.)vacillating

3. Why doesn’t Cecily want to study German?

A.)She is afraid it makes her less pretty.
B.)She thinks it is boring.
C.)She thinks it is not a romantic enough language.

4. Where does Cecily say Jack is sending Ernest?

A.)Australia
B.)London
C.)the United States

I think the answers are:

1.)C
2.)B
3.)B
4.)A

Thank You.

  • English -

    #2 is incorrect.

    It's been too long since I read this play. These sites may help you with the other three questions:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Importance_of_Being_Earnest

    http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/earnest/

  • English -

    do you know what number to is?

  • English -

    Yes, I do! Have you looked up the other two words?

    http://www.answers.com

  • English -

    yes, now I think 1 is c 2 is c 3 is b 4 is a. I think.

  • English -

    Yes, 2 is C.

    I really don't know about the others. Sorry.

  • English -

    1. George Bernard Shaw criticized The Importance of Being Earnest for
    (1 point)
    (0 pts) being too long.
    (0 pts) not being funny.
    (1 pt) not having real substance.

    2. Choose the word below that best completes the sentence:

    He’s incredibly ___________; he just can’t make up his mind about anything! (1 point)
    (0 pts) melancholy
    (0 pts) utilitarian
    (1 pt) vacillating

    3. Why doesn’t Cecily want to study German? (1 point)
    (1 pt) She is afraid it makes her less pretty.
    (0 pts) She thinks it is boring.
    (0 pts) She thinks it is not a romantic enough language.

    4. Where does Cecily say Jack is sending Ernest? (1 point)
    (1 pt) Australia
    (0 pts) London
    (0 pts) the United States
    100%

  • English -

    C
    C
    A
    A

    I just took this test, these are the correct answers

  • English -

    Thanks for the help! #YASSSS

  • English -

    These are correct, my son just used them.

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