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Test: Mother`s Day- 3 - Question 1

How does the author describe Mrs. Fitzgerald?

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Mrs Fitzgerald is Pearson's neighbour and an exact contrary of Mrs Pearson. She is a bold, dominating woman who lives life on her own terms. She is aggressive in nature and talks aggressively with the Pearson family while acting as Mrs. Pearson.
Test: Mother`s Day- 3 - Question 2

Where did Mrs. Fitzgerald learn to tell the future?

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Mrs Pearson asks where she learnt the art of telling fortune. Mrs Fitzgerald replies that she learnt it from the East. It took twelve years to learn this art. Her husband served there in the army.
Test: Mother`s Day- 3 - Question 3

How would you describe Mrs. Pearson?

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Mrs Pearson is a typical mother. She runs after her husband and children all the time. She takes their orders as if she were their servant. She has to stay at home every night, while they go out enjoying themselves.
Test: Mother`s Day- 3 - Question 4

What is the first thing that Dorris does as soon as she enters the house?

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Doris wanted her to iron her yellow silk dress that she 'must wear' that night. She also wanted her mother to make tea for her
Test: Mother`s Day- 3 - Question 5

“Buck teeth and half-witted…” Who has been described here?

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Mrs Pearson (with Mrs Fitzgerald's personality) doesn't like him at all. She ridicules her daughter Doris for having such a worthless boyfriend. She calls him “buck-teeth” and “half-witted”. She advises Doris to find out a better boyfriend than Charlie Spence.
Test: Mother`s Day- 3 - Question 6

“Well, she’s suddenly all different.” Who said this and for whom?

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“Well, she’s suddenly all different.” Dorris said this line to her Mother.
Test: Mother`s Day- 3 - Question 7

Mrs. Pearson tells George that he is being ___________ at the club.

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Mrs. Pearson tells her husband that they laugh at him at the club and call him Pompy- ompy Pearson because they think he is so slow and pompous. When his son Cyril also confirms it, he is shocked and staggers out of the room.
Test: Mother`s Day- 3 - Question 8

What does George mean when he says ‘we’re at sixes and sevens here’?

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At sixes and sevens" is an English idiom used to describe a condition of confusion or disarray. In simple words you can use it when you are confused or do not understand what you are doing.
Test: Mother`s Day- 3 - Question 9

Mrs. Fitzgerald asks Mrs. Pearson to be ___________ with her family.

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Mrs. Pearson advised her to take strong steps and become the mistress of her house. She told her that she should not be so docile. She should act in such a manner that her family members realize their mistake and show respect towards her.
Test: Mother`s Day- 3 - Question 10

What message does the author of “Mother’s Day” try to convey?

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The play conveys the message that the woman in the house needs to be appreciated for all her efforts in keeping the house and the family in order. Our mothers and wives work hard daily, turning our houses into homes. They receive no wages, have no weekends off and work round the clock.
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