An Inspector Calls – Act 3 Cloze

Eric first met Eva Smith in ………. Eric met Eva in the ……… bar. Eric was drunk an ……… to make a row. Eva told Eric that she thought she was going to have a ……… . Eric was very ……… about it. Eva did not want Eric to ……… her. Eric started to give Eva ……… money. Eric gave Eva about ……… pounds. He had stolen money from his father’s ……… . Eric said he did mean to ……… the money back. Eric said he couldn’t go to his ……… when he was in trouble. Eva would not take any more stolen ……… from Eric. Eva asked Mrs Birling’s ……… for help. They ……… to help her. Eric said his mother had killed her ……… . Eric was very angry with his ……… .

The inspector said it was too ……… to help Eva Smith. He explained, ‘We are ……… for each other’ before leaving.

Mr Birling said he ……… Eric for the trouble. Mr Birling said there would be a public ……… . Eric’s father said he had to pay the ……… back. Eric said he was ………  of his parents. Mrs Birling said the inspector was ……… and assertive. Sheila said the Inspector had made them ……… . Mrs Birling thought that she had only done her ……… .  Gerald said he had asked a police ……… about inspector Goole. Mr Birling ……… the Chief Constable.  The Chief Constable was called Colonel ……… .

Eric and Sheila still felt ……… about what they had done.  Eric said they had all helped to ……… Eva.  His father told him to hold his ……… .  Gerald said the Inspector might have had more than one ……… .  Mr Birling said there was no ……… that Daisy Renton was really Eva Smith.  Gerald said that perhaps no one committed ……… .  He rang the ……… in Brumley.  No girl had been brought in.

Gerald and the elder Birlings celebrate that they are not going to face …….. . They cannot understand why Eric and Sheila are so …….. . Finally, in the last moments of the play the family receive a …….. . Another ……… was on his way.