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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why is Mrs. Elton's picnic at Box Hill delayed?
(a) A broken carriage wheel.
(b) A lame carriage horse.
(c) A rainstorm.
(d) A servant strike.
2. Who volunteers to host the party while the problem is resolved?
(a) Mr. Weston.
(b) Mr. Knightley.
(c) Mr. Woodhouse.
(d) Mr. Churchill.
3. How does the revelation of the father of Harriet change her social status upon her marriage?
(a) It means Harriet can no longer spend time with Emma and her other friends.
(b) It means her intended marriage is below her and cannot take place.
(c) Her father ensures that Harriet will remain a part of high society despite marrying a farmer.
(d) It has no affect.
4. Why does Harriet announce she never plans to marry?
(a) Harriet wants to be just like Emma.
(b) Harriet is tired of attempting to seduce men.
(c) Harriet feels she will only love Mr. Elton.
(d) Harriet feels she is not worthy of a good man.
5. What is Emma's opinion of the new bride?
(a) Emma thinks she is beautiful and polite.
(b) Emma thinks she is perfect for her new groom.
(c) Emma thinks she is morose and sickly.
(d) Emma thinks she is vulgar and too familiar.
6. What visitor interrupts Emma's attempts at apologizing to this person she was previously unkind to?
(a) Miss Fairfax.
(b) Mrs. Bates.
(c) Mrs. Elton.
(d) Miss Bates.
7. What does Mr. George Knightley confess to Emma?
(a) That he is in love with Miss Fairfax.
(b) That he is in love with Mrs. Elton.
(c) That he is in love with her.
(d) That he is in love with Harriet.
8. Who is most scandalized by Mr. George Knightley's decision to move into Hartfield?
(a) Mr. Woodhouse.
(b) Mrs. Elton.
(c) Mrs. Weston.
9. Why does Mr. Woodhouse change his mind about Emma marrying Mr. George Knightley?
(a) Because he knows he will die soon and does not want to leave Emma alone.
(b) Because he would feel safer with a man in the house.
(c) Because he can see how much Emma loves him.
(d) Because he knows Mr. George Knighley can make his daughter happy.
10. Why are Mr. Churchill's aunt and uncle moving to London?
(a) To provide a home for an orphaned cousin.
(b) To provide a warmer climate for the aunt's illness.
(c) To be closer to Highbury.
(d) To be closer to social season.
11. What letter does Emma force Mr. George Knightley to read?
(a) A letter of apology from Mr. Churchill.
(b) A letter of praise from Mrs. Weston.
(c) A letter of friendship from Harriet.
(d) A love letter from Mr. Elton.
12. Who chastises Emma, causing her to feel mortified?
(a) Mr. George Knightley.
(b) Mr. Churchill.
(c) Mr. Woodhouse.
(d) Mr. Weston.
13. What is Mr. John Knightley's response to Emma's engagement?
(a) That Emma has done well, but he is unsure about his brother.
(b) That Emma is the wrong choice for his brother.
(c) That it is an exciting prospect.
(d) That it is a poor match.
14. What invitation do Emma and Mr. Knightley discuss as they walk in the garden at Hartfield?
(a) The invitation to Mrs. Elton's picnic.
(b) The invitation to Mr. Churchill's wedding.
(c) The invitation to Mrs. Weston's baby shower.
(d) The invitation to the Weston's party.
15. What does Emma believe Harriet would be if allowed to remain in Hartfield?
(a) A sounding board for wedding preparations.
(b) A distraction.
(c) Dead weight.
(d) A good helper.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who becomes ill, causing Emma plenty of time to think of her regrets?
2. Why is Emma happy about this incident in which Mr. Churchill has been forced to save Harriet?
3. To what town does Mr. Churchill move with his aunt and uncle?
4. Why does Emma begin regretting her treatment of Miss Fairfax?
5. Who is Emma afraid will not approve of Mr. George Knightley's solution to their problem?
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