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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who offers Harriet advice about the question Mr. Martin asks?
(a) Mr. George Knightley.
(b) Mrs. Goddard.
(d) Mrs. Weston.
2. What does Emma believe the theme of the riddle is?
3. Who is kept from Mr. Woodhouse to prevent annoying him?
(b) Mr. Churchill.
(c) Mr. George Knightley.
(d) The grandchildren.
4. Why does Mr. Woodhouse request that Emma not dabble in matchmaking any longer?
(a) Emma's matches always end badly.
(b) Emma was the one to match Miss Taylor with her husband, Mr. Weston.
(c) Emma is bad at choosing mates for her friends.
(d) Emma has hurt too many people with her matching.
5. What does this riding companion confess to Emma on the ride home?
(a) That he believes she is a conceited young woman.
(b) That he is in love with Harriet.
(c) That he dislikes her matchmaking attempts.
(d) That he is in love with her.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Emma believe the riddle was meant for?
2. Who becomes the center of gossip in Highbury?
3. Who is Emma concerned about telling this confession to?
4. Who has recently left the Woodhouse home in order to marry?
5. Who does not think highly of Mr. Churchill because of his recent inaction?
Short Essay Questions
1. What long awaited visitor finally arrives in Highbury?
2. What reason does Emma have to not get married right away?
3. Who does Harriet run into in town and later invites Harriet to have tea?
4. Who does Harriet want to be matched with?
5. Who does Emma decide to match Harriet with next?
6. What happens when Emma maneuvers to leave Mr. Elton and Harriet alone together?
7. Whose engagement has the entire village talking?
8. What causes a delay in the delivery of an invitation to the Coles' party for the Woodhouses?
9. Why do Mr. John Knightley and Mr. Woodhouse fight over dinner?
10. What subject does Miss Fairfax refuse to elaborate on with Emma?
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