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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. For what reason does Mr. Churchill go to London shortly after his arrival?
(a) To visit an old friend.
(b) To buy a new suit.
(c) To buy Emma a peice of jewelry.
(d) To get a haircut.
2. Where is this ball to be held?
(a) At Donwell Abbey.
(b) At Crown's.
(c) At Randalls.
(d) At Hartfield.
3. Who sends a letter to Mr. Woodhouse announcing his intentions of going to Bath for an indeterminate amount of time?
(a) Mr. George Knightley.
(c) Mr. Elton.
4. Who do Emma and Harriet run into while Emma escorts Harriet to Ford's to buy fabric?
(a) Mr. George Knightley and Miss Fairfax.
(b) Mr. and Mrs. Weston.
(c) Mrs. Weston and Mr. Churchill.
(d) Mr. Churchill and Miss Fairfax.
5. What time limit does Emma place on Harriet's visit to Abbey Mill?
(a) One half hour.
(b) One hour.
(c) Two hours.
(d) Fifteen minutes.
Short Answer Questions
1. What recent wedding is the main topic of conversation?
2. Where does Mrs. Weston repeatedly attempt to persuade Emma to go?
3. Who gives Emma a riddle?
4. Who would prefer to avoid all talk about Miss Fairfax?
5. Who does Emma take Harriet to visit in hopes of distracting her from her depression?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Harriet decline Mr. Martin's proposal?
2. What is Mr. John Knightley's relationship to Emma? To Mr. Knightley?
3. What long awaited visitor finally arrives in Highbury?
4. Who does Mr. John Knightley believe is in love with Emma?
5. What caused Mr. Weston's first marriage to be an unhappy one?
6. Who does Emma want to pair with her neighbor, Mr. Elton, in a matchmaking attempt?
7. What visitor to the Bates household does Emma not want to see?
8. Whose engagement has the entire village talking?
9. Who does Harriet run into in town and later invites Harriet to have tea?
10. Who is the intended recipient of the riddle Mr. Elton leaves at Emma's home?
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