1. How could Arthur be described at the start of the play?
- Loud, showing off, arrogant.
- Shy, quiet, hidden away.
- Childish, immature, stupid.
- Foolish, drunk, assertive.
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2. What does the Inspector do at the end of the play?
- Takes members of the family away for further questioning.
- Sums up the morals and teachings of the play.
- Leaves without speaking.
- Arrests the family.
3. At the end, what does Sybil have to face?
- The fact that Sheila has changed and is no longer an innocent child.
- Eric's drinking problems and the fact he was the father of an unborn baby.
- Her part in the death of Eva Smith and how she believes it will strongly affect her.
- The idea that the Birling name has been disrespected more as the night has gone on.
4. What was Eric's involvement in Eva Smith's death?
- He was violent and cruel towards her.
- He had a relationship with her, stole money for her but she left.
- He refused her help.
- He fired her due to jealously and anger.
5. At the beginning of the play, how can Sheila be described?
- Loud, arrogant, foolish.
- Childish, innocent, immature.
- Grown-up, mature, civilised.
- In charge, has power, snob.