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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. What does Catherine realize about her engagement to Shaggy Beard in July?
(a) He will need her consent for a real wedding.
(b) She will no longer be a child soon.
(c) She will have to leave her family soon.
(d) She will have to obey his every whim.
2. What does Catherine do when the riders come for her for the wedding?
(a) She yells at them.
(b) She runs to Perkin's.
(c) She hands them her bags in silence.
(d) She tells them to leave.
3. What is the Crossbridge Miracle?
(a) A man woke up with the supposed ability to speak fluent Hebrew.
(b) An impressive result in a crossbow tournament.
(c) A mother gave birth to eighteen children within five years.
(d) A formerly paralyzed man crossed a thirty-feet bridge on foot.
4. Where does Catherine think of running away to in September?
(b) London or Ireland.
5. Who is not feeling well in April?
(b) Catherine's mother.
(c) Catherine's father.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is George married to?
2. What change does Catherine notice in George in April?
3. What event is approaching in April?
4. How does Catherine describe Stephen?
5. Who does Catherine see on the road at the end of April?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Catherine learn when she returns home with George in September? How does she feel about this news?
2. What does Catherine note of her impending marriage to Shaggy Beard in July?
3. What is Holy Week? How do the characters prepare for Holy Week?
4. Why does Catherine consider running away in March?
5. What ailment does Catherine's father have in June?
6. Who is Meg? What happens to Meg in March?
7. What happens in regards to Catherine's engagement in May?
8. What do monks find in Rome? What does the church do with the monks' findings?
9. Describe Aunt Ethelfritha.
10. Describe Catherine's mother's childbirth experience in September.
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