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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. Where does David go in Chapter 30?
2. What announcement at Peggotty's home is interrupted by David and Steerforth's arrival?
(a) Emily and Ham are engaged.
(b) Emily is moving to Australia.
(c) Peggotty is getting married.
(d) Emily is pregnant.
3. What does Miss Betsey suggest that David become?
(a) A teacher.
(b) A proctor.
(c) A librarian.
(d) A doctor.
4. Why does David go to Yarmouth?
(a) To visit Peggotty's family.
(b) To visit his aunt.
(c) To find a wife.
(d) To go to school.
5. How does Mr. Spenlow celebrate David's official apprenticeship?
(a) By offering to let him marry Mr. Spenlow's daughter.
(b) By giving him money.
(c) By sending him to prison.
(d) By inviting him to spend the weekend at his house and introducing David to his daughter, Dora.
Short Answer Questions
1. What happens between David and Dora in Chapter 32?
2. Why does David sell most of his clothes on his journey?
3. What does David learn about Emily shortly after arriving in Yarmouth?
4. Where does Miss Betsey decide to send David to school?
5. What does Emily's uncle, Mr. Peggotty, decide to do when Emily runs away?
Short Essay Questions
1. How do the other characters feel about Mr. Murdstone?
2. Describe the interaction between Rosa Dartle and Steerforth in Chapter 29.
3. What happens when David arrives at Salem House?
4. How does Mrs. Steerforth react to learning her son has run away with Emily?
5. Describe the friendship between David and Steerforth.
6. What does Ham tell David about Emily in Chapter 31?
7. Describe the two women that David tells Agnes about having crushes on in Chapter 18.
8. What does Miss Betsey suggest David pursue as a career, and why?
9. Why does David's mother die, and how/when does David find out?
10. How does David feel about Dora, and what does he worry about?
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