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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. How is David's mother's health affected by her marriage?
(a) She gets diabetes.
(b) It is not.
(c) She falls into bad health and seems unlikely to recover.
(d) She has a heart attack.
2. What is the name of the carriage driver who wants to marry Peggotty?
(a) Mr. Murdstone.
(b) Mr. Barkis.
(c) Mr. Micawber.
(d) Mr. Creakle.
3. Who does David have tea with?
(b) Uriah Heep and Heep's mother.
(d) Mr. Wickfield.
4. What does Agnes confess to being worried about before David leaves Canterbury?
(a) Her job and her boyfriend.
(b) Her dog and her cat.
(c) Her father's drinking problem and Uriah Heep's influence.
(d) Her hair is falling out.
5. What happens while David is in Yarmouth with Peggotty?
(a) His mother marries Mr. Murdstone.
(b) He gets sick.
(c) His mother has a baby.
(d) His aunt dies.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does David feel in his new lodgings with the Wickfields?
2. What student is first to return when the London school reopens after the holiday?
3. Who is suspicious about Steerforth at Steerforth's house?
4. Why does Littimer bring Miss Mowcher to Steerforth?
5. What happens when Miss Betsey privately speaks with a man on the street who obviously disturbs her?
Short Essay Questions
1. What do you think about Miss Betsey's conversation with the Murdstones?
2. How does Steerforth spend his time in Yarmouth in Chapter 22?
3. How does Littimer make David feel?
4. What happens immediately after David's mother's funeral?
5. Describe David's job at Murdstones and Grindy.
6. What happens during and after David's dinner party in Chapter 24?
7. Describe the state of Tommy Traddles' affairs in Chapter 27.
8. Describe the interaction between Rosa Dartle and Steerforth in Chapter 29.
9. Describe the conversation between David and Agnes in Chapter 25.
10. How do the other characters feel about Mr. Murdstone?
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