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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 sends a letter to Mr. Woodhouse announcing his intentions of going to Bath for an indeterminate amount of time?
(c) Mr. George Knightley.
(d) Mr. Elton.
2. Who would prefer to avoid all talk about Miss Fairfax?
(a) Mrs. Cole.
(d) Miss Bates.
3. Who does Emma believe the riddle was meant for?
(c) Mrs. Weston.
(d) Mr. Woodhouse.
4. Who does Emma decide to match Harriet with instead?
(a) Mr. Weston.
(b) Mr. Martin.
(c) Mr. Knightley.
(d) Mr. Elton.
5. Why was Miss Churchill, first wife of Mr. Weston, disowned by her family?
(a) She got a divorce.
(b) She married a man they did not approve of.
(c) She got pregnant before she was married.
(d) She married a man below her social station.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Harriet run into while shopping in Highbury?
2. How does Emma meet Harriet?
3. Who does Emma take Harriet to visit in hopes of distracting her from her depression?
4. What is all the gossip centering around this person about?
5. What is Harriet's response?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Mr. John Knightley's relationship to Emma? To Mr. Knightley?
2. Why does Mr. Churchill cancel his plans to visit the Westons? Why is Mrs. Weston upset by this?
3. What does Mr. Churchill do that causes Emma to rethink her opinion of him? How does it affect Mr. Knightley's opinion of Mr. Churchill?
4. What causes a delay in the delivery of an invitation to the Coles' party for the Woodhouses?
5. Who does Emma want to pair with her neighbor, Mr. Elton, in a matchmaking attempt?
6. Who does Harriet want to be matched with?
7. Why does Mr. Churchill abruptly leave Highbury? How does this make Emma feel?
8. Why do Mr. John Knightley and Mr. Woodhouse fight over dinner?
9. What did Mr. Knightley give the Bateses that causes Emma's curiosity to be aroused?
10. Who does Mr. John Knightley believe is in love with Emma?
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