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"The Great Gatsby" is a novel that everyone should read at some point in their life, as it is a classic. Author F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote It. This quiz requires that you know what the story's plot is, from where the narrator came from, describe the narrator's house, and who lives on each egg. This quiz is on the Great Gatsby is quite detailed. You can do it.


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  • 1. 

    What is the plot of the Great Gatsby?

    • A.

      A moral and conservative young man raised in the Northwest, he feels limited by the mentality and lifestyle of his small hometown; he is not even sure about the young lady he is supposed to marry. As a result, he seeks to find freedom and himself on the East coast. He takes a job in New Jersey to learn the bond business and rents a small bungalow on the fashionable island of East Egg.

    • B.

      A moral and conservative young man raised in the Southwest, he feels limited by the mentality and lifestyle of his large hometown; he is not even sure about the old lady he is supposed to marry. As a result, he seeks to find freedom and himself on the East coast. He takes a job in New York City to learn the bond business and rents a small bungalow on the fashionable island of West Egg.

    • C.

      A moral and conservative young man raised in the Midwest, he feels limited by the mentality and lifestyle of his small hometown; he is not even sure about the young lady he is supposed to marry. As a result, he seeks to find freedom and himself on the East coast. He takes a job in New York City to learn the bond business and rents a small bungalow on the fashionable island of West Egg.

    Correct Answer
    C. A moral and conservative young man raised in the Midwest, he feels limited by the mentality and lifestyle of his small hometown; he is not even sure about the young lady he is supposed to marry. As a result, he seeks to find freedom and himself on the East coast. He takes a job in New York City to learn the bond business and rents a small bungalow on the fashionable island of West Egg.
    Explanation
    The correct answer describes the plot of The Great Gatsby, a novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald. It follows the story of a moral and conservative young man who is raised in the Midwest but feels restricted by the mentality and lifestyle of his small hometown. He is uncertain about his engagement to a young lady and decides to seek freedom and self-discovery on the East coast. He moves to New York City to work in the bond business and rents a small bungalow on the fashionable island of West Egg. The novel explores themes of wealth, love, and the American Dream.

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  • 2. 

    From where did the narrator come and why?

    • A.

      Narrator Nick Carraway came east from the Northwest(Washington State) to make his fortune working in the bond market.

    • B.

      Narrator Nick Carraway came east from the Northeast (Maine) to make his fortune working in the bond market.

    • C.

      Narrator Nick Carraway came east from the Midwest (Minnesota) to make his fortune working in the bond market.

    Correct Answer
    C. Narrator Nick Carraway came east from the Midwest (Minnesota) to make his fortune working in the bond market.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is that the narrator, Nick Carraway, came east from the Midwest (Minnesota) to make his fortune working in the bond market. This can be inferred from the given options where it is mentioned that he came from the Northwest, Northeast, and Midwest. The correct answer states that he came from the Midwest, specifically Minnesota.

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  • 3. 

    Describe the narrator's house.

    • A.

      Nick describes his home as a small home on the island of East Egg, "squeezed between" two opulent mansions. His house was an eyesore. It had a view of the mountains. He states that it is "a weather-beaten cardboard bungalow" that he spends $80 a month on.

    • B.

      Nick describes his home as a large home on the island of West Egg, "squeezed between" two opulent mansions. His house was an eyesore. It had a view of the water. He states that it is "a weather-beaten cardboard bungalow" that he spends $200 a month on.

    • C.

      Nick describes his home as a small home on the mainland of West Egg, "squeezed between" two poor mansions. His house was pretty. It had a view of the water. He states that it is "a weather-beaten cardboard bungalow" that he spends $90 a month on.

    Correct Answer
    A. Nick describes his home as a small home on the island of East Egg, "squeezed between" two opulent mansions. His house was an eyesore. It had a view of the mountains. He states that it is "a weather-beaten cardboard bungalow" that he spends $80 a month on.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is the first option. Nick Carraway resides in a modest house in West Egg, distinct from the grandeur surrounding him. This "weather-beaten cardboard bungalow," rented for $80 a month, contrasts sharply with the neighboring opulent mansions, symbolizing Nick's outsider status among the wealthy. His home's humble nature underscores themes of wealth disparity and the superficiality of the American Dream in "The Great Gatsby."

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  • 4. 

    Who lives on each egg?

    • A.

      The significance of 'East Egg' and 'West Egg' is the social divide between new money and old money. Daisy and Jordan Buchanan is old money (their families have been rich for many generations) and so they live on West Egg island. Rose and Nick are new money (they've earned it themselves or their parents earned it through work) so they live on East Egg island.

    • B.

      The significance of 'East Egg' and 'West Egg' is the social divide between Gatsby and Nick's new money and old money. Daisy and Tom Buchanan are old money (their families have been rich for many generations) and so they live on East Egg island. Daisy and Tom Buchanan are new money (they've earned it themselves or their parents earned it through work) so they live on West Egg island.

    • C.

      The significance of 'East Egg' and 'West Egg' is the social divide between new money and old money .Daisy and Tom Buchanan are old money (their families have been rich for many generations) and so they live on East Egg island. Gatsby and Nick are new money (they've earned it themselves or their parents earned it through work) so they live on West Egg island.

    Correct Answer
    C. The significance of 'East Egg' and 'West Egg' is the social divide between new money and old money .Daisy and Tom Buchanan are old money (their families have been rich for many generations) and so they live on East Egg island. Gatsby and Nick are new money (they've earned it themselves or their parents earned it through work) so they live on West Egg island.
    Explanation
    The answer correctly explains that the significance of 'East Egg' and 'West Egg' is the social divide between new money and old money. It states that Daisy and Tom Buchanan, who are old money, live on East Egg island, while Gatsby and Nick, who are new money, live on West Egg island. This explanation accurately captures the social distinction between the characters based on their wealth and background.

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  • 5. 

    How does Nick know Daisy and Tom?  

    • A.

      Nick Carraway was renting a cottage across the bay from Tom and Daisy Buchanan. Daisy and he were second cousins once removed. Tom and he were Yale graduates.

    • B.

      Nick Carraway was buying a house across the bay from Tom and Daisy Buchanan. Daisy and he were second cousins once removed. Tom and he were Harvard graduates.

    • C.

      Nick Carraway was renting a mansion across the bay from Tom and Daisy Buchanan. Daisy and he were first cousins. Tom and he were Yale graduates.

    Correct Answer
    A. Nick Carraway was renting a cottage across the bay from Tom and Daisy Buchanan. Daisy and he were second cousins once removed. Tom and he were Yale graduates.
    Explanation
    Nick Carraway knows Daisy and Tom because he was renting a cottage across the bay from them. Additionally, Daisy and Nick are second cousins once removed, and Nick and Tom are Yale graduates.

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  • 6. 

    Describe Tom. What is our impression of him at the beginning of the book?

    • A.

      Tom is aggressively forward, with a lot of old friends. Tom is flabby and with a great attitude. He is plenty of new-money.

    • B.

      Tom is not aggressively forward, with a paternal contempt and no power physically (from no muscles). Tom skinny inbuilt and an great attitude. He is an new-money snob.

    • C.

      Tom is aggressively forward, with a paternal contempt and great power physically (from the packs of muscles). Tom has an athletic build and an arrogant attitude. He is an old-money snob.

    Correct Answer
    C. Tom is aggressively forward, with a paternal contempt and great power physically (from the packs of muscles). Tom has an athletic build and an arrogant attitude. He is an old-money snob.
    Explanation
    At the beginning of the book, our impression of Tom is that he is aggressive, arrogant, and physically powerful. He is described as having a paternal contempt and an athletic build with packs of muscles, which suggests that he is physically strong. Additionally, his aggressive and arrogant attitude, along with his old-money background, portrays him as a snob. This combination of physical power, arrogance, and old-money background creates a negative impression of Tom.

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  • 7. 

    What did Miss Baker tell Nick about Tom?  

    • A.

      She told him that Tom had a boy friend. It is interesting to note that she thought "everyone“knew about Tom's boy friend, and yet she whispers a "family secret" about the butler's face lift.

    • B.

      She told him that Tom had a mistress. It is interesting to note that she thought "everyone“knew about Tom's mistress, and yet she whispers a "family secret" about the butler's nose.

    • C.

      She told him that Tom had a wife. It is interesting to note that she thought "everyone“knew about Tom's wife, and yet she whispers a "family secret" about the butler's nose.

    Correct Answer
    B. She told him that Tom had a mistress. It is interesting to note that she thought "everyone“knew about Tom's mistress, and yet she whispers a "family secret" about the butler's nose.
    Explanation
    Miss Baker told Nick that Tom had a mistress. The interesting aspect of this is that Miss Baker believed that everyone already knew about Tom's mistress, yet she still whispered a "family secret" about the butler's nose. This implies that while Tom's affair may be widely known, the details of the butler's nose lift are kept more discreet.

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  • 8. 

    What is the "valley of ashes"?  

    • A.

      The valley of ashes is an industrial zone on the way to the city. It sharply contrasts with the wealthy neighborhoods of Gatsby and the Buchanans.

    • B.

      The valley of ashes is a strip mall zone on the way to the city. It sharply contrasts with the poor neighborhoods of Gatsby and the Buchanans.

    • C.

      The valley of ashes is an auto sales zone on the way to the city. It sharply contrasts with the wealthy neighborhoods of Gatsby and the Rose.

    Correct Answer
    A. The valley of ashes is an industrial zone on the way to the city. It sharply contrasts with the wealthy neighborhoods of Gatsby and the Buchanans.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is that the valley of ashes is an industrial zone on the way to the city. This is supported by the description of the valley as contrasting sharply with the wealthy neighborhoods of Gatsby and the Buchanans. The use of the term "ashes" suggests a bleak and desolate environment, which is often associated with industrial areas. Additionally, the mention of the valley being on the way to the city implies that it is a transitional space between the opulence of the city and the poverty of the outskirts.

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  • 9. 

    What are the "eyes of Dr. T. J. Eckleburg?  

    • A.

      They are on the side of barns, apparently close to George B. Wilson's house, near the valley of ashes.

    • B.

      They are on a radio station, apparently close to George B. Wilson's store, near the valley of ashes.

    • C.

      They are on a billboard, apparently close to George B. Wilson's garage, near the valley of ashes.

    Correct Answer
    C. They are on a billboard, apparently close to George B. Wilson's garage, near the valley of ashes.
    Explanation
    The "eyes of Dr. T. J. Eckleburg" are on a billboard, apparently close to George B. Wilson's garage, near the valley of ashes.

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  • 10. 

    Who did Tom take Nick to meet?  

    • A.

      Tom took Nick to meet his brother.

    • B.

      Tom took Nick to meet his mistress.

    • C.

      Tom took Nick to meet his wife.

    Correct Answer
    B. Tom took Nick to meet his mistress.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Tom took Nick to meet his mistress." This is inferred from the given options, where the other two options (meeting Tom's brother or wife) are more common and expected. However, meeting someone's mistress suggests a secretive and potentially scandalous relationship, which adds an element of surprise and intrigue to the scenario.

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  • 11. 

    Who are Myrtle and George Wilson? 

    • A.

      Myrtle Wilson was Tom's wife. Cody was her husband, who, we learn later, kills Gatsby and himself.

    • B.

      Myrtle Wilson was Tom's mistress. George was her husband, who, we learn later, kills Gatsby and himself.

    • C.

      Myrtle Wilson was Tom's sister. Nick was her husband, who, we learn later, kills Gatsby and himself.

    Correct Answer
    B. Myrtle Wilson was Tom's mistress. George was her husband, who, we learn later, kills Gatsby and himself.
    Explanation
    Myrtle and George Wilson are a couple introduced in the novel. Myrtle Wilson is Tom's mistress, which means she is having an affair with him despite being married to George. George is Myrtle's husband, who later discovers the affair and becomes devastated. Towards the end of the story, George tragically kills Gatsby, whom he mistakenly believes is responsible for Myrtle's death, before taking his own life.

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  • 12. 

    What is the difference between Old Money and New Money?

    • A.

      In Gatsby's world, the difference between old and new money is not just a theoretical divide, it's a selective one. The "old money" elite (including Daisy Buchanan, the object ofHenry Gatsby's affection) live in the South Egg neighborhood, while the riff-raff nouveau riche, including Gatsby himself, are relegated to North Egg.

    • B.

      In Gatsby's world, the difference between old and new money is not just a theoretical divide, it's a mental one. The "new money" elite (including Daisy Buchanan, the object of Jay Gatsby's affection) live in the West Egg neighborhood, while the riff-raff nouveau riche, including Gatsby himself, are relegated to East Egg.

    • C.

      In Gatsby's world, the difference between old and new money is not just a theoretical divide, it's a physical one. The "old money" elite (including Daisy Buchanan, the object of Jay Gatsby's affection) live in the East Egg neighborhood, while the riff-raff nouveau riche, including Gatsby himself, are relegated to West Egg.

    Correct Answer
    C. In Gatsby's world, the difference between old and new money is not just a theoretical divide, it's a physical one. The "old money" elite (including Daisy Buchanan, the object of Jay Gatsby's affection) live in the East Egg neighborhood, while the riff-raff nouveau riche, including Gatsby himself, are relegated to West Egg.
    Explanation
    The correct answer explains that in Gatsby's world, the difference between old and new money is not just a theoretical divide, but a physical one as well. The "old money" elite, including Daisy Buchanan, live in the East Egg neighborhood, while the nouveau riche, including Gatsby, are relegated to West Egg. This physical separation highlights the social hierarchy and class distinctions between the two groups.

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  • 13. 

    What reason did Myrtle give for marrying George Wilson?

    • A.

      She thought he was a gentleman, but she regretted marrying him when she found out he borrowed a suit from a friend to wear to the wedding.

    • B.

      She thought he was not a gentleman, but loved that she was marrying him when she found out he borrowed a suit from his brother to wear to the wedding.

    • C.

      She thought he was a gentleman, but she regrettedgetting engaged when she found out he bought a suit from a friend to wear to the wedding.

    Correct Answer
    A. She thought he was a gentleman, but she regretted marrying him when she found out he borrowed a suit from a friend to wear to the wedding.
    Explanation
    Myrtle gave the reason for marrying George Wilson that she believed he was a gentleman. However, she later regretted her decision when she discovered that he had borrowed a suit from a friend to wear to their wedding.

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  • 14. 

    What did tom do to myrtle when she mentioned Daisy's name?  

    • A.

      Breaks her nose

    • B.

      Punch her in the mouth

    • C.

      Bust her in the eye

    Correct Answer
    A. Breaks her nose
    Explanation
    Tom breaks Myrtle's nose when she mentions Daisy's name. This suggests that Tom has a violent reaction towards Myrtle whenever Daisy is brought up in conversation. It implies that Tom is protective of Daisy and reacts aggressively when Myrtle mentions her, possibly indicating that Tom still has feelings for Daisy and does not want her name to be associated with Myrtle. This action also highlights Tom's abusive behavior towards Myrtle and his lack of control over his anger.

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  • 15. 

    What kind of people come to Gatsby's parties?

    • A.

      The newly-employed, workers, and their friends came to Gatsby's parties.

    • B.

      The newly-rich, famous, and their friends came to Gatsby's parties.

    • C.

      The newly-poor, not famous, and their friends came to Cody's parties.

    Correct Answer
    B. The newly-rich, famous, and their friends came to Gatsby's parties.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "The newly-rich, famous, and their friends came to Gatsby's parties." This is evident from the context of the question, which is about the type of people who attend Gatsby's parties. The phrase "newly-rich" suggests that these individuals have recently acquired wealth, while the term "famous" implies that they are well-known. Additionally, the mention of "their friends" indicates that these individuals bring along their acquaintances to the parties.

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  • 16. 

    Why did Nick Carraway go to the party?  

    • A.

      Nick went because Rose sent him an indirect invitation, and he was curious about his neighbor.

    • B.

      Nick went because Myrtle sent him an invitation, and he was curious about his neighbor.

    • C.

      Nick went because Gatsby sent him a direct invitation, and he was curious about his neighbor.

    Correct Answer
    C. Nick went because Gatsby sent him a direct invitation, and he was curious about his neighbor.
    Explanation
    Nick Carraway went to the party because Gatsby sent him a direct invitation and he was curious about his neighbor.

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  • 17. 

    How does Nick meet Gatsby ?

    • A.

      He see Nick at a coffee shop and doesn't realize he is talking to Gatsby until Nick asks where Gatsby is.

    • B.

      He casually starts a conversation and Nick doesn't realize he is talking to Gatsby until Nick asks where Gatsby is.

    • C.

      He starts a conversation at Cody's house and Nick realizes he is talking to Gatsby and then Nick asks Gatsby for a beer.

    Correct Answer
    B. He casually starts a conversation and Nick doesn't realize he is talking to Gatsby until Nick asks where Gatsby is.
    Explanation
    Nick meets Gatsby when Gatsby casually starts a conversation with him. Initially, Nick is unaware that he is talking to Gatsby until he asks about Gatsby's whereabouts.

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  • 18. 

    Who is Klipspringer?

    • A.

      He is Gatsby's boss.

    • B.

      He is "the boarder," someone who always seems to be at Gatsby's house

    • C.

      He is Gatsby's second cousin twice removed.

    Correct Answer
    B. He is "the boarder," someone who always seems to be at Gatsby's house
    Explanation
    Klipspringer is referred to as "the boarder" because he is always present at Gatsby's house. This suggests that he is a frequent guest or tenant who resides at Gatsby's residence. The term "boarder" typically refers to someone who rents a room or lodges in someone else's house. Therefore, Klipspringer is not Gatsby's boss or his relative, but rather a regular presence at his home.

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  • 19. 

    What does Gatsby first tell Nick about himself?  

    • A.

      Gatsby tells Nick that he was educated at Oxford, his family died, he came into some money, and when the war came, he got some medals. He showed Nick the medals and a picture of himself with his college mates.

    • B.

      Gatsby tells Daisy that he was educated at Harvard, his family died, he came into some money, and when the war came, he got some medals. He showed Cody the medals and a picture of himself with his college mates.

    • C.

      Gatsby tells Owl Eyes that he was educated at Oxford, his family died, he came into some money, and when the war came, he got some medals. He showed Nick the medals and a picture of himself with his college mates.

    Correct Answer
    A. Gatsby tells Nick that he was educated at Oxford, his family died, he came into some money, and when the war came, he got some medals. He showed Nick the medals and a picture of himself with his college mates.
    Explanation
    Gatsby tells Nick about his background, including his education at Oxford, the death of his family, his inheritance of money, and his military service during the war. He also shows Nick his medals and a picture of himself with his college friends.

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  • 20. 

    <p>What "matter" did Gatsby have Jordan Baker discuss with Nick?</p> What "matter" did Gatsby have Jordan Baker discuss with Nick?

    • A.

      Gatsby wanted to invite Nick and Jordan to go on a golfing vacation to Europe

    • B.

      Gatsby had a cousin who was coming to stay for a month, and he wanted Nick to escort her around the city, if Jordan approved.

    • C.

      Gatsby wanted Nick to arrange a luncheon meeting between himself and Daisy.

    Correct Answer
    C. Gatsby wanted Nick to arrange a luncheon meeting between himself and Daisy.
    Explanation
    Gatsby wanted Nick to arrange a luncheon meeting between himself and Daisy.

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  • 21. 

    Who is Mr. Wolfshiem?

    • A.

      He is a racketeer and a business associate of Gatsby's. He fixed the 1919 World Series.

    • B.

      He is the president of the compnay where Nick is working. He wants to bring Gatsby in on a new real estate deal.

    • C.

      He is Jordan Baker's coach and manager. He thinks Jordan is spending too much time with Nick and not enough on her golf.

    Correct Answer
    A. He is a racketeer and a business associate of Gatsby's. He fixed the 1919 World Series.
    Explanation
    Mr. Wolfshiem is described as a racketeer and a business associate of Gatsby's. It is mentioned that he fixed the 1919 World Series. This suggests that he is involved in illegal activities and has connections with Gatsby, who is also involved in shady dealings. The mention of fixing the World Series implies that Mr. Wolfshiem is involved in gambling and manipulation of sports events for personal gain.

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  • 22. 

    What does Mr. Wolfshiem tell Nick about Gatsby?

    • A.

      He tells Nick that Gatsby is in fact a homosexual and was in love with Cody.

    • B.

      He tells Nick that Gatsby is in love with Daisy .

    • C.

      He tells Nick that Gatsby is in fact a homosexual and uses Daisy as sort of a cover for that fact.

    Correct Answer
    C. He tells Nick that Gatsby is in fact a homosexual and uses Daisy as sort of a cover for that fact.
    Explanation
    The correct answer suggests that Mr. Wolfshiem tells Nick that Gatsby is a homosexual and uses his relationship with Daisy as a facade to hide his true sexual orientation. This information implies that Gatsby's love for Daisy may not be genuine and serves as a way for him to conform to societal expectations.

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  • 23. 

    What does Gatsby tell Nick about Wolfshiem?

    • A.

      Wolfscheim allegedly rigged the 1919 World Series

    • B.

      He is the president of the compnay where Nick is working.

    • C.

      He thinks Jordan is spending too much time with Nick and not enough on her golf.

    Correct Answer
    A. Wolfscheim allegedly rigged the 1919 World Series
  • 24. 

    What does Jordan tell Nick about Daisy, Gatsby and Tom?

    • A.

      Daisy and Gatsby had had an earlier romance. Her parents wouldn't let her see him off to war. Then she married Tom, and soon found out that he had a mistress.

    • B.

      They all grew up together in Louisiana. Tom and Gatsby had been best friends until their jealousy about Daisy got between them. Tom doesn't know that Gatsby lives nearby. Gatsby wants to make sure Nick never invites Daisy and tom to one of the parties.

    • C.

      Gatsby and Daisy have been seeing each other for a long time. Gatsby offered Tom a large sum of money to divorce Daisy, but Tom refused.

    Correct Answer
    A. Daisy and Gatsby had had an earlier romance. Her parents wouldn't let her see him off to war. Then she married Tom, and soon found out that he had a mistress.
    Explanation
    The correct answer explains that Daisy and Gatsby had a previous romantic relationship, but her parents prevented them from being together when Gatsby went off to war. Daisy then married Tom, but later discovered that he had a mistress. This information provides background on the relationships between Daisy, Gatsby, and Tom, highlighting the complexities and conflicts that exist between them.

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  • 25. 

    Describe the meeting between Gatsby and Daisy.

    • A.

      The meeting was, at first, very easy. After they had a chance to talk, they were more at complicated, and we presume rekindled their romance.

    • B.

      The meeting was, at first, very awkward. After they had a chance to talk, they were more at ease, and we presume rekindled their romance.

    • C.

      The meeting was, at first, very enjoyable. After they had a chance to talk,it became very awkward.

    Correct Answer
    B. The meeting was, at first, very awkward. After they had a chance to talk, they were more at ease, and we presume rekindled their romance.
    Explanation
    The correct answer suggests that the meeting between Gatsby and Daisy was initially uncomfortable or awkward. However, after they had a chance to talk, they became more comfortable and at ease with each other, leading to the assumption that their romantic relationship was rekindled.

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  • 26. 

    What did Gatsby do to impress Daisy? 

    • A.

      He showed her his house and elegant clothes.

    • B.

      He showed her the love letters he had written her, but never sent.

    • C.

      He took her for a ride in his hydroplane.

    Correct Answer
    A. He showed her his house and elegant clothes.
    Explanation
    Gatsby impressed Daisy by showing her his house and elegant clothes. This suggests that Gatsby wanted to display his wealth and luxurious lifestyle to win Daisy's admiration. By showcasing his material possessions, Gatsby aimed to prove his ability to provide for Daisy and fulfill her desires. This action reflects Gatsby's desire to impress Daisy and win her love through his wealth and status.

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