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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where did Mr. Wraxall travel on his last trip?
2. What type of writing does the Englishman see in the Canon Alberic's scrapbook?
(a) Invisible ink.
3. What does Parkins find at the job site, in "Oh Whistle, and I'll come to You, My Lad"?
(a) A feather.
(d) A metal object.
4. Where does Mr. Anderson find the mysterious papers at the end of "Number 13"?
(a) In the air duct.
(b) Under the floor.
(c) In the bathroom.
(d) In room 13.
5. How many wills did Mary Simpson's uncle make?
6. How does Mr. Somerton learn of Abbot Thomas's treasure?
(a) His Aunt.
(b) A friend.
(c) A book.
(d) His father.
7. Who does Mr. Wraxall learn was born in Chorazin?
(a) Magnus De La Gardie.
(b) The anti-christ.
(c) His brother.
(d) George Higer.
8. What does Parkins realize is wrong with the figure that appears in his room?
(a) He has one leg.
(b) He has one arm.
(c) He is blind.
(d) He is deaf.
9. What does Frank hear while standing near the rose garden?
(a) A train.
(b) A trial.
(c) A giggle.
(d) A news report.
10. Who tells Parkins he saw someone in his hotel window?
(a) A girl.
(b) The maid.
(c) A boy.
(d) His friend.
11. What does Parkins discover on the whistle he found?
(b) A string.
12. How many beds are in the room Perkins sleeps in, during the story "Oh Whistle, and I'll come to You, My Lad."
13. How is Mr. Anderson related to the narrator in "Number 13"?
14. What sport does Parkins play with his friend, in the story "Oh Whistle, and I'll come to You, My Lad"?
15. What appears in the Englishman's room after he buys Canon Alberic's scrapbook?
(a) A demon.
(b) A horse.
(c) A priest.
(d) A child.
Short Answer Questions
1. In what town does Parkins work?
2. What is Mr. Anderson researching in Denmark?
3. What happens when Mr. Somerton grabs the bag of treasure?
4. What is in the painting that Mr. Williams orders?
5. What happens when Parkins blows the whistle, in "Oh Whistle, and I'll come to You, My Lad."
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