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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Arkady do after his marriage to Katya?
(a) Become a doctor
(b) Become a psychologist
(c) Help his father on the farm
(d) Move to St. Petersburg
2. How many weddings take place at Nikolai's farm?
3. What do Bazarov and Arkady have a heated discussion about later that afternoon?
(b) The nature of human beings
(d) How to make porridge
4. Who witnesses the kiss between Bazarov and Fenitchka?
5. Who does Bazarov think that Arkady is having an affair with?
6. Where does Anna summon Arkady the next morning?
(a) The conservatory
(b) The drawing room
(c) Her room
(d) The kitchen
7. What does Bazarov tell Arkady about?
(a) His experiments
(b) The duel
(c) His love for Anna
(d) His kiss with Fenitchka
8. Who has the final word in the story?
(d) The author
9. How long do Arkady and Bazarov stay at Nikolskoe?
(a) Two days
(b) One night
(c) Four hours
(d) One hour
10. Whose voices do Arkady and Katya hear as they sit in the garden?
(a) Pavel and Bazarov
(b) Anna and Bazarov
(c) Anna and Victor
(d) Nikolai and Pavel
11. Why won't Katya come out of her room?
(a) She is not wearing her make up
(b) She is crying
(c) She is with a man
(d) She is ill
12. What is the baby's name?
13. Where do Arkady and Bazarov go after Nikolskoe?
(a) Bazarov's parents house
(b) St. Petersburg
(c) Arkady's cousin's house
(d) Nikolai's farm
14. What does Arkady do immediately after telling Kaya he puts her above anyone else?
(a) Thumps his chest
(b) Pulls out an engagement ring
(c) Kisses her
(d) Goes to his room
15. Who does Bazarov ask his father to send a letter to?
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Bazarov decide to go at the end of the chapter?
2. What kind of nature does the author say the flowers tells us of?
3. Who does Vassily now serve as doctor?
4. Why can Bazarov not allow the duel to continue?
5. Who does the servant say has arrived to see Arkady?
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