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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Belinda Pocket think she will be as she is growing up?
(a) A teacher.
(b) A nurse.
(c) A mother.
2. Who does Pip avoid when he goes home from London for the first time?
(b) Mr. Pumblechook.
(d) His sister.
3. Where does Pip stay on his first day away from the marshes?
(a) Brewer's Place.
(b) Bronco Inn.
(c) Barnard's Inn.
(d) Brecker's Place.
4. What profession does Mr. Wopsle hope to pursue?
5. What is the convict doing when Pip delivers some goods to him?
(a) Hugging himself trying to keep warm.
(b) Filing down his irons.
(d) Digging a hole.
6. Who rides in the carriage with Pip when he leaves London for the first time?
(c) A fine young lady.
(d) Police officers.
7. What is the name of Joe's journeyman?
8. Where has Pip previously met his roommate in London?
(a) The forge.
(b) The Blue Boar.
(c) Miss Havisham's house.
(d) Mr. Jaggers's office.
9. What song does Pip sing for Miss Havisham?
(a) God Save Our King.
(b) Merrily We Roll Along.
(c) Going Home.
(d) Old Clem.
10. What is the name of Pip's servant?
11. Who teaches Pip the alphabet?
(b) Mrs. Joe.
(c) Mrs. Wopsle.
12. Who keeps Pip working at his apprenticeship?
(a) Mrs. Joe.
13. Who does not look at Pip a single time while Pip is visiting Miss Havisham's estate?
(b) Mr. Jaggers.
(c) Miss Havisham.
14. Where does Pip stay when he leaves London for the first time?
(a) Joe's house.
(b) The Blue Boar.
(c) Biddy's house.
(d) Miss Havisham's house.
15. What does Pip tell his sister he ate at Miss Havisham's house?
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Pip go to become a gentleman?
2. What does Pip do with the young girl on his first visit to Miss Havisham's house?
3. Why does Pip not want to stay at the Pocket's house?
4. How does Pip feel as he runs to deliver some goods to the convict?
5. Who is coming to visit Pip at his hotel room?
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