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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where is Nikolai waiting?
(a) The airport
(b) The train station
(c) The car park
(d) The postal station
2. What is Bazarov's opinion on the aristocracy?
(a) They are cultured
(b) They are communists
(c) They are out of date
(d) They are unnecessary
3. Why does Arkady's comment infuriate Pavel?
(a) Because it lacks free thinking
(b) Because of its philosophical nature
(c) Because its wrong
(d) Because Arkady should be supporting him
4. What is the name of the main protagonist?
5. Who overhears Bazarov lecturing Arkady on old ways of thinking?
6. What does Arkady say Pavel was a victim of?
(b) Unrequited love
7. What does Nikolai say people should do instead of destroy?
(a) Find understanding
(b) Kiss and make up
8. Where does Anna invite the two young men?
9. What did Pavel love as a young man?
10. What four things does Pavel say that Bazarov derides?
(a) Family, working class, principles and progress
(b) Aristocracy, progress, principles and liberalism
(c) Liberalism, love, famiy and aristocracy
(d) Communism, progress, human nature and women
11. How does Bazarov respond to Anna'a flirtations?
(a) He argues with her
(b) He kisses her
(c) He leaves her room
(d) He becomes silent
12. When does Bazarov tell Anna he will be leaving?
(a) Next week
(b) In two hours
(c) In a month's time
(d) Tomorrow morning
13. Who is the first awake in the morning?
14. Who does Arkady say changed Pavel's life?
(b) A Russian princess
(c) A science teacher
(d) A Indian guru
15. In what city does Arkady attend university?
(d) St. Petersburg
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Anna declare when Bazarov tells her he is leaving?
2. Where does Anna ask Bazarov to accompany her the next morning?
3. What kind of property does Nikolai own?
4. What does Bazarov send Anna in this chapter?
5. What is the name of the young woman living with Nikolai?
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