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The passage is The Miracle Worker by William Gibson.
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1)What does Annie's dialogue in the passage reveal about her character?
A) She is proud and indifferent
B) She is sarcastic and cynical
C) She is timid and nervous***
D) She is confident and persistent

2) PART A: Which of the following conflicts does the dialogue reveal?
A) Annie and Captain Keller disagree about how best to handle Helen.***
B) James and Annie disagree about whom Helen is testing with her actions
C) Captain Keller thinks Annie is right about Helen but is reluctant to give in
D) The entire Keller family is angry with Annie for mistreating Helen.

PART B: Which Detail from the dialogue best supports the answer to the previous question?
A) Captain Keller says no one is interested in Jimmie's opinion, but Annie says she is interested.
B) Annie says that teaching Helen will be painful for everyone
C) Annie wants to take Helen from the table, but Captain Keller does not think that is necessary.***
D) James tells Annie that Helen is testing her

3) PART A: Why does Annie oppose some of the Keller family and insist that Helen should not be indulged when she misbehaves?
A)Annie likes to stir up trouble
B) Annie thinks she is smarter than the Keller family.
C) Annie wants to help Helen Learn
D) Annie does not like Helen***

PART B: Which of the following lines of dialogue best supports the answer to the previous question?
A) Mrs. Keller, I don't think we should -- play tug-of-war for her..
B) Let me take her from the table.
C) And ask outsiders not to interfere.
D) Let me keep her to what she's learned and she'll go on learning from me.***

4) What is Kate's probable motivation for surrendering Helen to Annie is Paragraph 40?
A) Kate does not want to fight anymore***?
B) Kate believes that Annie is right
C) Kate is tired of holding Helen's hand
D) Kate think it is what everyone else wants her to do

5) PART A: What do you learn about Annie and Helen from the stage directions in Paragraph 1?
A) how they feel
B) what is important to them
C) their thoughts and motivations
D) how they interact with each other***

PART B: The stage directions in which of the following paragraphs reveals how a character feels?
A) Paragraph 9***
B) Paragraph 21
C) Paragraph 31
D) Paragraph 41

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  1. I know I'm a tad late but here are the answers (if I know which practice test your talking about)
    1. D
    2. A and C
    3. C and D
    4. B
    5. D and A
    6. C
    7. A
    8. A
    9. C
    10. A
    11. D
    12. C
    13. D
    14. A

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  2. 1. D
    2. PartA-A. PartB-C
    3. PartA-C. PartB-D
    4. B
    5. PartA-D. PartB-A
    6. C
    7. A
    8. A
    9. C
    10. A
    11. D
    12. C
    13. D
    14. A

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  4. Sydney is right got 100% thx

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  5. Since I have no idea what dialogue is referred to, and no clue about how your text is annotated as to which paragraph is which, I have no way to check your answers.

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  6. Kate. Miss Annie.

    Annie. No.

    Kate (a pause). It’s a very special day.

    Annie (grimly). It will be, when I give in to that.

    [She tries to disengage HELEN’S hand; KATE lays hers on ANNIE’S.]

    Kate. Please. I’ve hardly had a chance to welcome her home——

    Annie. Captain Keller.

    Keller (embarrassed). Oh. Katie, we—had a little talk, Miss Annie feels that if we indulge Helen in these——

    Aunt Ev. But what’s the child done?

    Annie. She’s learned not to throw things on the floor and kick. It took us the best part of two weeks and——

    Aunt Ev. But only a napkin, it’s not as if it were breakable!

    Annie. And everything she’s learned is? Mrs. Keller, I don’t think we should—play tug-of-war for her, either give her to me or you keep her from kicking.

    Kate. What do you wish to do?

    Annie. Let me take her from the table.

    Aunt Ev. Oh, let her stay, my goodness, she’s only a child, she doesn’t have to wear a napkin if she doesn’t want to her first evening——

    Annie (level). And ask outsiders not to interfere.

    Aunt Ev (astonished). Out—outsi—I’m the child’s aunt!

    Kate (distressed). Will once hurt so much, Miss Annie? I’ve—made all Helen’s favorite foods, tonight.
    [A pause.]

    Keller (gently). It’s a homecoming party, Miss Annie.

    [ANNIE after a moment releases HELEN. But she cannot accept it; at her own chair she shakes her head and turns back, intent on KATE.]

    Annie. She’s testing you. You realize?

    James (to ANNIE). She’s testing you.

    Keller. Jimmie, be quiet. (JAMES sits, tense.) Now she’s home, naturally she——

    Annie. And wants to see what will happen. At your hands. I said it was my main worry. Is this what you promised me not half an hour ago?

    Keller (reasonably). But she’s not kicking, now——

    Annie. And not learning not to. Mrs. Keller, teaching her is bound to be painful, to everyone. I know it hurts to watch, but she’ll live up to just what you demand of her, and no more.

    James (palely). She’s testing you.

    Keller (testily). Jimmie.

    James. I have an opinion, I think I should——

    Keller. No one’s interested in hearing your opinion.

    Annie. I’m interested. Of course she’s testing me. Let me keep her to what she’s learned and she’ll go on learning from me. Take her out of my hands and it all comes apart. (KATE closes her eyes, digesting it; ANNIE sits again, with a brief comment for her.) Be bountiful, it’s at her expense. (She turns to JAMES, flatly.) Please pass me more of—her favorite foods.

    [Then KATE lifts HELEN’S hand, and turning her toward ANNIE, surrenders her; HELEN makes for her own chair.]

    Kate (low). Take her, Miss Annie.

    Annie (then). Thank you.

    [But the moment ANNIE, rising, reaches for her hand, HELEN begins to fight and kick, clutching to the tablecloth and uttering laments. ANNIE again tries to loosen her hand, and KELLER rises.]

    Keller (tolerant). I’m afraid you’re the difficulty, Miss Annie. Now I’ll keep her to what she’s learned, you’re quite right there——(He takes HELEN’S hands from ANNIE, pats them; HELEN quiets down.)——but I don’t see that we need send her from the table. After all, she’s the guest of honor. Bring her plate back.

    Annie. If she was a seeing child, none of you would tolerate one——

    Keller. Well, she’s not, I think some compromise is called for. Bring her plate, please. (ANNIE’S jaw sets, but she restores the plate, while KELLER fastens the napkin around HELEN’S neck; she permits it.) There. It’s not unnatural, most of us take some aversion to our teachers, and occasionally another hand can smooth things out. (He puts a fork in HELEN’S hand; HELEN takes it. Genially.) Now. Shall we start all over?

    [He goes back around the table and sits. ANNIE stands watching. HELEN is motionless, thinking things through, until with a wicked glee she deliberately flings the fork on the floor. After another moment she plunges her hand into her food and crams a fistful into her mouth.]

    James (wearily). I think we’ve started all over——

    [KELLER shoots a glare at him, as HELEN plunges her other hand into ANNIE’S plate. ANNIE at once moves in to grasp her wrist, and HELEN, flinging out a hand, encounters the pitcher; she swings with it at ANNIE; ANNIE, falling back, blocks it with an elbow, but the water flies over her dress. ANNIE gets her breath, then snatches the pitcher away in one hand, hoists HELEN up bodily under the other arm, and starts to carry her out, kicking. KELLER stands.]

    Annie (savagely polite). Don’t get up!

    Keller. Where are you going?

    Annie. Don’t smooth anything else out for me, don’t interfere in any way! I treat her like a seeing child because I ask her to see, I expect her to see, don’t undo what I do!

    Keller. Where are you taking her?

    Annie. To make her fill this pitcher again!

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  7. Okay. Your answer to #1 is wrong.

    I also disagree with your answers to #2 and #3. Your answer to #4 does support the right answer to #3, but your answer to #3 is not the right answer. I also disagree with your answer to #5. #6 I still can't help you with since I don't know how the paragraphs are numbered in your text. My copy of the play does not number paragraphs.

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  17. Dont forget to get 1 or 2 wrong, you don't want teachers questing how you have a perfect 100 in their class.

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