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

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Why does Emma begin regretting her treatment of Miss Fairfax?
(a) Because she thinks flirting with Mr. Churchill hurt Miss Fairfax's feelings.
(b) Because she thinks Miss Fairfax would have made a better friend because it would not have been hard to make a love match for her.
(c) Because she wants to remain on Mr. Churchill's good side.
(d) Because she learns that Miss Fairfax regretted keeping her secret.

2. Why is Emma excited about this death in Volume 3, Chapter 9?
(a) Because it will mean a funeral and a reason for old friends to see each other.
(b) Because the old woman was mean and her death will free everyone around her.
(c) Because it will mean a trip to London.
(d) Because it will clear the way for Mr. Churchill to be married, hopefullly to Harriet.

3. Who does Emma regret attempting to play matchmaker with?
(a) Harriet.
(b) Mr. Churchill.
(c) Mr. Elton.
(d) Mrs. Weston.

4. What game does Emma play with Mr. Churchill after tea at Hartfield?
(a) A card game.
(b) Chess.
(c) A riddle game with alphabet letters.
(d) Checkers.

5. Who does Emma deduce Harriet is in love with?
(a) Mr. Martin.
(b) Mr. Churchill.
(c) Mr. Elton.
(d) Mr. George Knightley.

6. What does Emma question Mr. Knightley about as they discuss Miss Fairfax's new friendship?
(a) If Mr. Knightley knows who the donor of the pianoforte is.
(b) Whether Mr. Knightley is in love with Miss Bates.
(c) If Mr. Knightley knows who Miss Fairfax is in love with.
(d) Whether Mr. Knightley is in love with Miss Fairfax.

7. What does Harriet think of the newly married couple?
(a) Harriet is happy they found happiness.
(b) Harriet is depressed, convinced she will never be married.
(c) Harriet is jealous of their union.
(d) Harriet is happy there is one less man for Emma to match her with.

8. 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.

9. What mementos did Harriet keep of her brief courtship with Mr. Elton?
(a) A piece of plaster from an injured finger and a riddle.
(b) A cigarette butt and a riddle.
(c) A pencil and a piece of plaster.
(d) A glass he used and a pencil.

10. What is the result of this meeting between Harriet and a visitor from Highbury?
(a) Mr. Churchill confesses he paid the gypsies to rob Harriet.
(b) Mr. Martin proposes again.
(c) Miss Fairfax accuses Harriet of attempting to steal Mr. Churchill away.
(d) Mr. Elton suggests he made the wrong choice in wives.

11. Why does Emma try to keep word of the incident from her father?
(a) Emma knows her father will not approve of Harriet being alone with Mr. Churchill.
(b) Emma worries it will cause her father to become ill.
(c) Emma is afraid he will want to fix the situation himself.
(d) Emma knows it will only upset him.

12. What is the urgent message Mrs. Weston has for Emma?
(a) That Harriet has become engaged to Mr. Martin.
(b) That Mrs. Weston is about to deliver her baby.
(c) That Miss Fairfax has eloped with Mr. Churchill.
(d) That Mr. Churchill has been engaged to Miss Fairfax for months.

13. What causes the number to unavoidably increase to nine?
(a) Harriet's illness.
(b) Mr. Weston ends his business early and is able to attend despite an earlier refusal.
(c) Mr. John Knightley's unexpected arrival.
(d) Mr. Elton is called out of town for business.

14. Why is Emma glad Harriet does not want to see her?
(a) Because she is eager to stay away from such a depressing person.
(b) Because she does not like her anymore.
(c) Because she hopes this means Harriet has met a man.
(d) Because she can continue to put off telling her about her engagement to Mr. George Knightley.

15. Who is Emma afraid will not approve of Mr. George Knightley's solution to their problem?
(a) Mr. John Knightley.
(b) Mr. Woodhouse.
(c) Mr. Elton.
(d) Mr. William Larkin.

Short Answer Questions

1. Why are Mr. Churchill's aunt and uncle moving to London?

2. Who does Emma reach out to, and is rebuffed, when she learns of this person's illness?

3. Who is the first of the three local couples to get married?

4. What number of guests does Emma try to keep her party to in order to appease her father?

5. Why is Mr. Knightley concerned about Mr. Churchill's interest in Emma?

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