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  • 1. 

    Which character was the last to join the annex?

    Explanation
    Dussel, also known as Mr. Dussel, was the last character to join the annex. This is evident from the given options where both "Dussel" and "Mr. Dussel" are mentioned as the correct answer. Therefore, it can be concluded that Dussel, also known as Mr. Dussel, was the last character to join the annex.

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  • 2. 

    Who said "sorta a lone wolf"?

    Explanation
    The given information states that Peter said "sorta a lone wolf". This implies that Peter is referring to himself as a lone wolf.

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  • 3. 

    Who said, "His father will kill him if he sees him with that cat"?

    Explanation
    Mrs. Van Daan said, "His father will kill him if he sees him with that cat."

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  • 4. 

    Who found Anne's diary?

    Explanation
    Miep is the correct answer because she was one of the people who helped hide Anne Frank and her family during the Nazi occupation. Miep, along with a few others, provided food, supplies, and support to the Frank family while they were in hiding. After the family was discovered and arrested, Miep found and kept Anne's diary, hoping to one day return it to her. The diary was eventually published and became a significant historical document, providing insight into the experiences of Jewish people during the Holocaust.

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  • 5. 

    Which character is protective of their mother and very shy?

    Explanation
    Margot is the character who is protective of her mother and very shy. This can be inferred from the information given in the question.

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  • 6. 

    Which character focuses on the children and is always polite?

    Explanation
    Edith Frank and Mrs. Frank both focus on the children and are always polite.

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  • 7. 

    Who said, "There are no walls... that anyone can put on your mind"?

    Explanation
    Otto Frank and Mr. Frank are both correct answers to the question of who said, "There are no walls... that anyone can put on your mind." Both names refer to the same person, as "Otto" is often short for "Mr." in informal contexts. Therefore, both options are valid and refer to the same individual, who made this statement.

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  • 8. 

    Who said, "3 ration books among 7... now you make 8"?

    Explanation
    In the given question, the correct answer is Mr. Van Daan. This suggests that Mr. Van Daan is the one who said, "3 ration books among 7... now you make 8."

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  • 9. 

    Who said, "I'm going to be a famous dancer or singer"?

    Explanation
    Anne Frank said, "I'm going to be a famous dancer or singer."

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  • 10. 

    Who is in charge of providing rations?

    Explanation
    Kraler, also known as Mr. Kraler, is the person responsible for providing rations.

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  • 11. 

    Why do the characters arrive at the Annex wearing several layers of clothing?

    • A.

      The weather is cold.

    • B.

      The furnace is broken.

    • C.

      They would look suspicious carrying luggage.

    Correct Answer
    C. They would look suspicious carrying luggage.
    Explanation
    The characters arrive at the Annex wearing several layers of clothing because they would look suspicious carrying luggage. This suggests that they are trying to hide the fact that they are going into hiding, as carrying luggage would draw attention and raise suspicion. Wearing multiple layers of clothing allows them to conceal any items they may need to bring with them without attracting unwanted attention.

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  • 12. 

    Which one of the following actions shows Anne's growing sensitivity to other people's feelings?

    • A.

      Anne sends her mother away after her nightmare.

    • B.

      Anne defends Peter's cat to Dussel.

    • C.

      Anne explains that her father is the only one she loves.

    Correct Answer
    B. Anne defends Peter's cat to Dussel.
    Explanation
    Anne defending Peter's cat to Dussel shows her growing sensitivity to other people's feelings. By standing up for the cat, Anne is showing empathy and understanding towards Peter, who cares deeply for his pet. This action demonstrates Anne's increasing awareness and consideration for the emotions and attachments of others, indicating her growing sensitivity.

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  • 13. 

    In the crisis following the lampshade crash, Mr. Frank's actions show that he is

    • A.

      Concerned about his own safety

    • B.

      Worried about the condition of the hiding place

    • C.

      The most logical thinker in the group

    Correct Answer
    C. The most logical thinker in the group
    Explanation
    Mr. Frank's actions in the crisis following the lampshade crash indicate that he is the most logical thinker in the group. This can be inferred from his behavior, such as calmly assessing the situation, considering the potential consequences, and making rational decisions based on the available information. His focus on logical reasoning and problem-solving suggests that he prioritizes rationality and critical thinking, making him the most logical thinker among the group.

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  • 14. 

    For most of the play, Anne feels closest to

    • A.

      Her mother

    • B.

      Mrs. Van Dann

    • C.

      Her father

    Correct Answer
    C. Her father
    Explanation
    Anne feels closest to her father for most of the play. This is evident through their close bond and the special moments they share. Anne often seeks comfort and support from her father during the difficult times they face in hiding. She confides in him, seeks his advice, and cherishes the moments they spend together. Her father is a source of strength and understanding for Anne, making her feel loved and protected.

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  • 15. 

    At first Peter thinks Anne is too

    • A.

      Greedy

    • B.

      Selfish

    • C.

      Talkative

    Correct Answer
    C. Talkative
    Explanation
    Peter initially believes that Anne is talkative.

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  • 16. 

    Where does the play take place?

    Correct Answer
    Amsterdam
    Annex
    The Annex
    Holland
    Explanation
    The play takes place in Amsterdam, specifically in the Annex, which is a hidden space behind a bookcase in a building. The Annex is where Anne Frank and her family hide during the Nazi occupation of Holland. Therefore, all of the given options are correct as they all refer to the location where the play is set.

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  • 17. 

    Which of the following actions in Act Two reveals a character trait not previously seen by the audience?

    • A.

      Mrs. Frank demands that the Van Daans leave and find another hiding spot

    • B.

      Mr. Dussel divides the potatoes evenly for each person

    • C.

      Mr. Frank comforts the others as the soldiers pound violently on the door

    Correct Answer
    A. Mrs. Frank demands that the Van Daans leave and find another hiding spot
    Explanation
    Mrs. Frank demanding that the Van Daans leave and find another hiding spot reveals a character trait not previously seen by the audience. This action shows Mrs. Frank's assertiveness and willingness to take charge in a difficult situation. Up until this point, she may have been seen as more passive or submissive, but her demand demonstrates her strength and determination to protect her family.

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  • 18. 

    The play's climax occurs when

    • A.

      Mrs. Frank asks Mr. Van Daan to leave

    • B.

      Miep brings news of the Allied Invasion at Normandy

    • C.

      The police arrive at the Annex

    Correct Answer
    C. The police arrive at the Annex
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "The police arrive at the Annex." This event marks the climax of the play because it brings a significant change in the situation for the characters. The arrival of the police creates a sense of danger and uncertainty, as the characters are at risk of being discovered and captured. It raises the stakes and intensifies the conflict, leading to a pivotal moment in the story.

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  • 19. 

    How does the news of the Allied invasion change the mood of Mrs. Frank and Mr. Van Daan?

    • A.

      It causes them to become closer friends.

    • B.

      It makes them feel relieved, but ashamed to have quarreled.

    • C.

      It makes them feel happy and carefree.

    Correct Answer
    B. It makes them feel relieved, but ashamed to have quarreled.
    Explanation
    The news of the Allied invasion brings a sense of relief to Mrs. Frank and Mr. Van Daan. They feel relieved because the invasion signifies a potential turning point in the war and a step towards liberation. However, their relief is mixed with shame as they realize the insignificance of their previous quarrels in the face of the larger conflict. The news serves as a reminder of the importance of unity and cooperation in such challenging times.

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  • 20. 

    Anne is faced with an internal conflict in Act Two between

    • A.

      Her love her Peter and her love for mother

    • B.

      Her childish side and her maturing side

    • C.

      Her religious beliefs

    Correct Answer
    B. Her childish side and her maturing side
    Explanation
    In Act Two, Anne is torn between her childish side and her maturing side. On one hand, she wants to embrace her youth and enjoy her time with Peter, whom she loves. On the other hand, she also feels the pressure to grow up and take on more responsibilities, as she is aware of the seriousness of their situation. This conflict reflects Anne's struggle to balance her desire for freedom and fun with the need to mature and face the challenges of their circumstances.

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  • 21. 

    Why is Mrs. Frank so upset when Mr. Van Daan is caught stealing food in the Annex?

    • A.

      They previously believed it was rats eating the food.

    • B.

      The children continued getting fatter and fatter.

    • C.

      The black market dealer for ration books was arrested.

    Correct Answer
    C. The black market dealer for ration books was arrested.
    Explanation
    Mrs. Frank is upset when Mr. Van Daan is caught stealing food in the Annex because the black market dealer for ration books was arrested. This suggests that the stolen food was obtained through illegal means, which could have severe consequences for all the people in hiding. The arrest of the black market dealer likely means that their access to ration books, which are necessary for obtaining food legally, has been compromised. This puts their survival at risk and adds to Mrs. Frank's distress.

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  • 22. 

    Who is jealous about how much time Anne and Peter are spending together in his room?

    • A.

      Mrs. Frank

    • B.

      Mrs. Van Daan

    • C.

      Margot

    Correct Answer
    B. Mrs. Van Daan
    Explanation
    Mrs. Van Daan is jealous about how much time Anne and Peter are spending together in his room. This can be inferred from the dynamics between the characters in the context of the question. Mrs. Van Daan may feel left out or excluded, leading to her jealousy towards their close bond.

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  • 23. 

    The theme of this play can be expressed as all of the following statements except:

    • A.

      "In spite of everything, I still believe that people are really good at heart"

    • B.

      The world contains both good and evil.

    • C.

      Children suffer more than adults in time of war.

    Correct Answer
    A. "In spite of everything, I still believe that people are really good at heart"
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "In spite of everything, I still believe that people are really good at heart." This statement contradicts the theme of the play, as it suggests that people are inherently good despite the presence of evil in the world. The other statements, on the other hand, align with the theme by acknowledging that the world contains both good and evil and that children suffer more than adults in times of war.

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  • 24. 

    What amazing news does Miep bring to the Annex?

    • A.

      Mr. Kraler was no longer sick.

    • B.

      She informed them the war was over.

    • C.

      The invasion, D-day, had begun.

    Correct Answer
    C. The invasion, D-day, had begun.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "The invasion, D-day, had begun." This is because Miep brings the news to the Annex that the invasion, known as D-day, has started. This is significant because it means that the Allies have launched a major offensive against the Nazis, which gives hope to those in hiding that the war may soon come to an end.

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  • 25. 

    Who said, "You know what I do when it seems as if I couldn't stand being cooped up for one more minute? I think myself out."?

    Correct Answer
    Anne Frank
    Anne
    Explanation
    Anne Frank said, "You know what I do when it seems as if I couldn't stand being cooped up for one more minute? I think myself out." This quote suggests that when Anne Frank felt trapped or confined, she would mentally escape by using her imagination. This allowed her to find solace and cope with the difficult circumstances she faced while in hiding during World War II.

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  • 26. 

    Who said "Whose fault is it we're here? We could have been safe somewhere in America or Switzerland."?

    Correct Answer
    Mr. Van Daan
    Explanation
    In this question, the correct answer is Mr. Van Daan. The quote suggests that Mr. Van Daan is expressing frustration and blaming someone for their current situation. He mentions that they could have been safe in America or Switzerland, indicating that he believes someone is responsible for their current unsafe circumstances.

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  • 27. 

    Who said, "I'll do nothing that might let anyone know we're in the building" ?

    Correct Answer
    Mr. Frank
    Explanation
    Mr. Frank said, "I'll do nothing that might let anyone know we're in the building." This statement suggests that Mr. Frank is cautious and wants to keep their presence in the building a secret. It implies that he wants to avoid any actions or behaviors that could reveal their presence to others.

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  • 28. 

    Who said, "I want to see something now... not a thousand years from now"?

    Correct Answer
    Peter
  • 29. 

    Who said, "We made it our business to know how they knew. It was the thief.. the thief who told them."?

    Correct Answer
    Mr. Kraler
    Kraler
    Explanation
    Mr. Kraler said, "We made it our business to know how they knew. It was the thief... the thief who told them." This suggests that Mr. Kraler is referring to himself when he says "we" and he is explaining how they discovered certain information. The thief is the one who revealed this information to them. Therefore, the correct answer is Mr. Kraler.

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  • 30. 

    Who said, "Your own son Peter.... I hear him moan in his sleep, he's so hungry?

    Correct Answer
    Mrs. Frank
    Explanation
    Mrs. Frank is the correct answer because she is the one who is aware of her son Peter's hunger and hears him moaning in his sleep. This implies that she is directly involved in taking care of her son's needs and is concerned about his well-being.

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  • 31. 

    Who said, "He needs more food than the rest of us. He's used to more, he's a big man"?

    Correct Answer
    Mrs. Van Daan
    Explanation
    Mrs. Van Daan said, "He needs more food than the rest of us. He's used to more, he's a big man." This statement suggests that Mrs. Van Daan is referring to a specific person who requires a larger portion of food due to his size and appetite. The context implies that this person is accustomed to having more food and may have a higher metabolism or greater dietary needs compared to the others.

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  • 32. 

    Who said, "You don't understand mother at all, do you? She can't talk back. She's not like you. It's just not in her nature to fight back."?

    Correct Answer
    Margot
    Explanation
    Margot said, "You don't understand mother at all, do you? She can't talk back. She's not like you. It's just not in her nature to fight back." This suggests that Margot is speaking about someone's mother, possibly her own. She is explaining that the person she is speaking to does not understand the mother's nature, as she is not confrontational or inclined to argue. Margot is highlighting the differences between the person she is speaking to and the mother, implying that the person does not have the same understanding or empathy towards the mother.

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