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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In what room of the house does Marchman spend most of his time with Elizabeth?
(a) The kitchen.
(b) The study.
(c) The greenhouse.
(d) The bedroom.
2. Which of the following activities most interests Sir Belhaven?
3. Which of the following characteristics is NOT important in the search for Elizabeth's husband?
(a) His social standing.
(b) His morals.
(c) His wealth.
(d) His title.
4. Why does Lucinda think Ian is the grandson of the Duke of Stanhope?
(a) Because she remembers when Ian was born.
(b) Because Ian told her so.
(c) Because she has heard rumors.
(d) Because they look very similar.
5. Who accompanies Jake into town to find a cook to bring back to the cottage?
Short Answer Questions
1. After the duel with Ian, how many men does Elizabeth's uncle set her up on dates with?
2. What card game does Ian engage in at the party where he meets Elizabeth?
3. If Elizabeth were to leave Jake's house and travel to the nearest city, how long would it take her to arrive there?
4. Where does Ian's friend Jake live?
5. Why doesn't Elizabeth leave the party with her traveling group?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who raised Elizabeth when she was growing up?
2. How does Ian realize that Elizabeth didn't set him up in the greenhouse, but someone else did?
3. What is a duenna?
4. Why does Elizabeth's family decide that it is time for her to be married?
5. How does Lord John Marchman react to Elizabeth after their first date together?
6. What does the mysterious note that Elizabeth receives tell her to do?
7. How does Elizabeth react the first time Ian kisses her?
8. How does Elizabeth trick Sir Frances Belhaven into thinking that she is not marriage material?
9. Why do Jake and Lucinda abandon Elizabeth and Ian at the cottage?
10. What do Elizabeth and Ian discuss over their first meal together in the cottage?
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