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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Who takes the finished art project to London for framing?
(a) Mrs. Weston.
(b) Mr. Elton.
(c) Mr. George Knightley.
(d) Harriet.

2. Who is unable to attend due to a sore throat?
(a) Mrs. Weston.
(b) Harriet.
(c) Miss Bates.
(d) Mr. George Knightley.

3. Who interferes with Emma's participation in the conversation upon her arrival at Randall's?
(a) Mr. Elton.
(b) Harriet.
(c) Mr. George Knightley.
(d) Miss Bates.

4. What is Emma's first impression of the mysterious Mr. Churchill?
(a) That is very handsome and would make a good husband.
(b) That they will be instant friends.
(c) That he is conceited and unfriendly.
(d) That he is inconsiderate and rude.

5. Who would prefer to avoid all talk about Miss Fairfax?
(a) Miss Bates.
(b) Emma.
(c) Harriet.
(d) Mrs. Cole.

6. Why did Mr. John Knightley spend the summer at the seashore rather than at Hartfield?
(a) Because Isabella was ill.
(b) Because they were attending a wedding.
(c) Because a child had a throat ailment.
(d) Because they did not want to see Mr. Woodhouse.

7. About whom does Mr. Churchill agree with Emma's opinion regarding their behavior and secret affairs?
(a) Miss Fairfax.
(b) Mr. George Knightley.
(c) Mrs. Weston.
(d) Mr. Weston.

8. What does Harriet find in her room at the boarding school that surprises her?
(a) A new pianoforte.
(b) The art project Emma created.
(c) A letter from Mr. Elton.
(d) A package from Elizabeth and her brother.

9. Who does Mr. John Knightley suggest is in love with Emma?
(a) Mr. Martin.
(b) Mr. Weston.
(c) Mr. George Knightley.
(d) Mr. Elton.

10. What complaint does Mr. Woodhouse have regarding the food served at a dinner party at Hartfield?
(a) It is too wholesome.
(b) It is not wholesome enough.
(c) It is too salty.
(d) It is too cold.

11. How does Emma feel about Mr. Churchill's departure?
(a) She is relieved.
(b) She is surprised by how much she misses him.
(c) She could care less.
(d) She is sad, but has too much going on to miss him much.

12. Who claims they will never get married?
(a) Mr. George Knighley.
(b) Mr. Woodhouse.
(c) Emma.
(d) Harriet.

13. Why does Mr. Woodhouse request that Emma not dabble in matchmaking any longer?
(a) Emma has hurt too many people with her matching.
(b) Emma is bad at choosing mates for her friends.
(c) Emma was the one to match Miss Taylor with her husband, Mr. Weston.
(d) Emma's matches always end badly.

14. Who does Emma believe the riddle was meant for?
(a) Harriet.
(b) Mrs. Weston.
(c) Herself.
(d) Mr. Woodhouse.

15. What is Harriet's response?
(a) Yes, but only if Emma approves.
(b) No, because the proposal in a letter is inappropriate.
(c) No, because she does not like Mr. Martin.
(d) Yes, but only if Mrs. Goddard approves.

Short Answer Questions

1. Whose arrival in Highbury has been delayed?

2. What does Emma believe the theme of the riddle is?

3. Who is having a party but fails to send the Woodhouses an invitation along with ones sent to the other families in Highbury?

4. Where is this ball to be held?

5. Whose engagement is announced in Volume 2, Chapter 3?

(see the answer keys)

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