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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who moves into the Gargery's house after Pip's sister is injured?
(b) Mr. Pumblechook.
(c) Mr. Wopsle's great aunt.
2. What is Joe asked to do when his Christmas dinner is interrupted?
(a) Feed some hungry men.
(b) File a chain.
(c) Shoe a horse.
(d) Pick a lock.
3. What is the name of Jagger's maid?
4. What is Joe's profession?
5. Where does Drummle grow up?
(d) The Marshes.
6. Why does Pip lie to his sister about Miss Havisham?
(a) To make his sister happy.
(b) To be allowed to go there again.
(c) To cover up his mistakes.
(d) To protect Miss Havisham.
7. What is the name of the tavern that Joe frequents?
(a) The Three Jolly Bargemen.
(b) The Three Happy Sailors.
(c) The Three Merry Gentlemen.
(d) The Three Cheerful Kingsmen.
8. Who shows up at the doorstep during the Gargery's Christmas dinner?
(d) The Constable.
9. What is the name of Pip's servant?
10. Who rides in the carriage with Pip when he leaves London for the first time?
(a) A fine young lady.
(c) Police officers.
11. How does Pip feel about his apprenticeship?
(a) He is excited.
(b) He is frustrated.
(c) He is nonplussed.
(d) He is ashamed.
12. What does Pip say interrupts the learning at Mr. Wopsle's house?
13. Who is coming to visit Pip at his hotel room?
(b) Miss Havisham.
14. What is the name of the young lady Pip meets at Miss Havisham's house?
15. What is peculiar about the younger convict who Pip sees?
(a) His skin looks red.
(b) He is wearing no clothes.
(c) His face is bruised.
(d) His eyes are black.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Pip tell his sister he was doing when he comes home after helping the convict?
2. What is Mrs. Joe unable to do after her injury?
3. Where does Pip meet an escaped convict?
4. What nickname is given to Drummle when Pip and his schoolmates dine with Jaggers?
5. How long is Pip indentured to Joe?
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