Act 2

Why does Gerald want Sheila to leave the room?
To hide his involvement from the inspector and possibly hide further details from Sheila
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How does Mrs Birling criticise Eva Smith?
She refers to her lower-class status
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How does Mrs Birling behave in front of the Inspector?
She acts in a grand and superior manner
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Why is Sheila worried by her mothers behaviour?
Sybil is behaving how the others behaved before the Inspector exposed them
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What was Geralds relationship with Daisy like?
It started as him innocently helping her but then they became lovers
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What immediately turned Mrs Birling against Eva
She was using the false name Mrs Birling
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Does Mrs Birling regret rejecting the girls claim for charity?
No, she thinks it was justified
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How do Sheila and Mr Birling respond differently to the news that Mrs Birling didnt help a pregnant girl who was asking for charity?
Sheila thinks it was horrible; Arthur worries it might make them look bad
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What did Mrs Birling think the girl was lying about?
She thought Eva was lying about the lover offering money but her refusing because she thought it was stolen
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Why does Sheila try to stop Mrs Birling from criticising the father of Evas child?
Sheila works out that Eric is the father of Evas child before her parents do
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How does Mrs Birling criticise Eva Smith?

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She refers to her lower-class status

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How does Mrs Birling behave in front of the Inspector?

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Why is Sheila worried by her mothers behaviour?

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What was Geralds relationship with Daisy like?

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