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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. From what does Mr. Churchill save Harriet in Volume 3, Chapter 3?
(a) A robbery by gypsies.
(b) A broken carriage wheel.
(c) A fainting spell.
(d) An attack by an unknown man.
2. Why is Mrs. Elton's picnic at Box Hill delayed?
(a) A broken carriage wheel.
(b) A lame carriage horse.
(c) A servant strike.
(d) A rainstorm.
3. Who refuses to dance with Harriet in an attempt to humiliate her?
(a) Mr. George Knightley.
(b) Mr. Weston.
(c) Mr. John Knightley.
(d) Mr. Elton.
4. Where does Emma send Harriet?
(a) To Bath to visit a resort.
(b) To Cambridge to attend classes.
(c) To Essex to visit family.
(d) To London to stay with the John Knightley family.
5. What number of guests does Emma try to keep her party to in order to appease her father?
6. Why does Emma decide to host a party at Hartfield?
(a) To please her father.
(b) To avoid appearing rude.
(c) To celebrate Mr. Churchill's return.
(d) To attempt to befriend Mrs. Elton.
7. Why is Emma excited about this death in Volume 3, Chapter 9?
(a) Because it will mean a trip to London.
(b) Because it will clear the way for Mr. Churchill to be married, hopefullly to Harriet.
(c) Because it will mean a funeral and a reason for old friends to see each other.
(d) Because the old woman was mean and her death will free everyone around her.
8. Why would Emma think Mr. Churchill's engagement might upset Harriet?
(a) Because Harriet is depressed that everyone is getting married except her.
(b) Because she has been trying to match Harriet and Mr. Churchill together.
(c) Because Harriet is in love with Mr. Churchill.
(d) Because Harriet dislikes Miss Fairfax.
9. Why is Emma happy about this incident in which Mr. Churchill has been forced to save Harriet?
(a) Emma believes it proves Mr. Churchill cares for Harriet.
(b) Emma believes it proves Harriet is worthy of the attentions of a gentleman like Mr. Churchill.
(c) Emma believes it will aid in her matchmaking attempt between Harriet and Mr. Churchill.
(d) Emma believes it will help Harriet see that not all men are cruel.
10. What does Mrs. Elton constantly compare Highbury to?
(a) London society.
(c) Her home, Maple Grove.
11. Who befriends Miss Fairfax in the beginning of Volume 2, Chapter 15?
(a) Mrs. Weston.
(c) Mrs. Elton.
12. Why does Harriet announce she never plans to marry?
(a) Harriet is tired of attempting to seduce men.
(b) Harriet feels she will only love Mr. Elton.
(c) Harriet wants to be just like Emma.
(d) Harriet feels she is not worthy of a good man.
13. Who finds this decision on Miss Fairfax's part appalling?
(b) Mrs. Elton.
(d) Mrs. Weston.
14. To what town does Mr. Churchill move with his aunt and uncle?
15. Why does Emma try to keep word of the incident from her father?
(a) Emma knows it will only upset him.
(b) Emma is afraid he will want to fix the situation himself.
(c) Emma worries it will cause her father to become ill.
(d) Emma knows her father will not approve of Harriet being alone with Mr. Churchill.
Short Answer Questions
1. What letter does Emma force Mr. George Knightley to read?
2. What is the result of this meeting between Harriet and a visitor from Highbury?
3. What causes Emma to suspect she might be in love with Mr. Churchill?
4. What do Emma and Mr. Churchill discover they have in common?
5. Why is Emma glad Harriet does not want to see her?
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