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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why did Mrs. Weston believe this news would upset Emma?
(a) She though Emma disliked Mr. Martin and believed him to be below Harriet.
(b) She though Emma disliked Miss Fairfax and would not want to see her married to Mr. Churchill.
(c) She thought Emma was in love with Mr. Churchill.
(d) She thought Emma would be frightened to attend her baby's birth.
2. Why is Mr. Knightley concerned about Mr. Churchill's interest in Emma?
(a) Because he is also flirting with Miss Fairfax.
(b) Because he loves Emma himself.
(c) Because he simply does not like him.
(d) Because he is unreliable and untrustworthy.
3. Why is Emma put off with Mr. Churchill at this party?
(a) He is rude and leaves the party early.
(b) He only attends the party for a moment and then rushes off to have his haircut in London.
(c) He spends all his time talking to Miss Fairfax.
(d) He is angry and at first refuses to attend the picnic at Box Hill.
4. What do Emma and Mr. Churchill discover they have in common?
(b) Their taste in food.
(c) Their plans for their mutual weddings.
(d) Many of their thoughts and opinions.
5. Why does Emma believe Mr. Churchill is anxious when he visits her?
(a) Emma believes he is no longer in love with her.
(b) Emma believes he ia upset with something Mrs. Weston said.
(c) Emma believes he is trying not to love her.
(d) Emma believes he is concerned for his aunt.
6. Who continues to be unpleasant and make rude comments, even at Emma's wedding?
(a) Mrs. Elton.
(b) Mr. Elton.
(c) Mrs. Weston.
(d) Miss Fairfax.
7. Who dies in Volume 3, Chapter 9?
(a) Mr. Woodhouse.
(b) Mrs. Churchill, Mr. Churchill's aunt.
(c) Mr. Churchill.
(d) Mr. Weston.
8. What event does Emma feel should take place before she can marry?
(a) Miss Fairfax's wedding.
(b) Harriet's wedding.
(c) Her father's death.
(d) The birth of Mrs. Weston's child.
9. What does Mr. George Knightley think of Mr. Churchill now, in light of his secret?
(a) Mr. Knightley regrets his attitude toward Mr. Churchill and hopes they can become friends.
(b) Mr. Knightley has changed his mind and begun to think Mr. Churchill is a kind man.
(c) Mr. Knightley believes Mr. Churchill used Emma and therefore is a poor husband for Miss Fairfax.
(d) Mr. George Knightley still thinks Mr. Churchill is irresponsible and unkind.
10. Why does Emma believe she cannot move to Donwell Abbey after she marries Mr. George Knightley?
(a) Because she does not like Donwell Abbey and neither does her father.
(b) Because Donwell Abbey is too large for her to care for along with her father.
(c) Because she cannot imagine leaving Hartfield or her father.
(d) Because her father would not be able to move there and cannot be left alone.
11. Who is the first of the three local couples to get married?
(a) Emma and Mr. George Knightley.
(b) Miss Fairfax and Mr. Churchill.
(c) Miss Bates and Mr. Elton.
(d) Harriet and Mr. Martin.
12. What causes the number to unavoidably increase to nine?
(a) Mr. Weston ends his business early and is able to attend despite an earlier refusal.
(b) Mr. Elton is called out of town for business.
(c) Harriet's illness.
(d) Mr. John Knightley's unexpected arrival.
13. How is the humiliation of Harriet smoothed over?
(a) Mr. George Knightley asks her to dance.
(b) Mr. Weston asks Mr. Elton to leave.
(c) Mr. Churchill asks her to dance.
(d) Mr. Elton apologizes.
14. Who does Emma deduce Harriet is in love with?
(a) Mr. George Knightley.
(b) Mr. Churchill.
(c) Mr. Martin.
(d) Mr. Elton.
15. Where does Miss Fairfax intend to move to?
(d) Maple Grove.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Emma respond to the news from Harriet?
2. Who interrupts this visit, angry with Mr. George Knightley?
3. How does Emma feel when she sees Mr. Churchill and Miss Fairfax?
4. Why does Harriet announce she never plans to marry?
5. What is the result of this meeting between Harriet and a visitor from Highbury?
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