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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 David often do while staying in Yarmouth?
(a) Get drunk.
(b) Visit his old home, The Rookery.
(c) Visit Peggotty.
2. Who does David have tea with?
(a) Uriah Heep and Heep's mother.
(b) Mr. Wickfield.
3. When the Murdstones arrive at Miss Betsey's house and express their intentions to treat David as they wish, what does Miss Betsey tell them?
(a) Miss Betsey tells the Murdstones that they will not ruin David as they ruined his mother.
(b) Miss Betsey tells the Murdstones that they should beat David for running away.
(c) Miss Betsey tells the Murdstones that she will kill them if they do not leave immediately.
(d) Miss Betsey tells the Murdstones to take David away immediately.
4. Where has Steerforth come from when he arrives after David's dinner party with the Micawbers and Traddles?
5. Who does David have a crush on in Yarmouth?
Short Answer Questions
1. How is David's mother's health affected by her marriage?
2. What does David try to do after finishing school?
3. Why is Emily being let out of her apprenticeship?
4. What student is first to return when the London school reopens after the holiday?
5. What happens while David is in Yarmouth with Peggotty?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the state of Tommy Traddles' affairs in Chapter 27.
2. Describe David's job at Murdstones and Grindy.
3. What do you think about Miss Betsey's conversation with the Murdstones?
4. What does Miss Betsey suggest David pursue as a career, and why?
5. What does Ham tell David about Emily in Chapter 31?
6. Describe David's dinner party in Chapter 28.
7. What happens when David arrives at Salem House?
8. While David visits Traddles, who arrives and what do they tell David?
9. Describe the friendship between David and Steerforth.
10. What news does David learn when he visits Yarmouth in Chapter 30?
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