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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. What is peculiar about the younger convict who Pip sees?
(a) He is wearing no clothes.
(b) His eyes are black.
(c) His skin looks red.
(d) His face is bruised.
2. Pip is given a tour of what place on his first day away from the marshes?
(a) The Prison.
(b) The school.
(c) His new home.
(d) A garden.
3. What song does Pip sing for Miss Havisham?
(a) God Save Our King.
(b) Old Clem.
(c) Merrily We Roll Along.
(d) Going Home.
4. What nickname is given to Drummle when Pip and his schoolmates dine with Jaggers?
(a) Praying Mantis.
5. What does the lawyer in the tavern tell Pip he must call himself in order to capitalize on his strange fortune?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Belinda Pocket think she will be as she is growing up?
2. What does the convict ask Pip to bring to him?
3. Why does Pip not want to stay at the Pocket's house?
4. What nickname does Pip's London roommate give him?
5. In whom does Jaggers take an immediate interest when Pip and his schoolmates dine with him?
Short Essay Questions
1. What do Joe and Biddy do as Pip leaves, and why?
2. What does the convict say to keep Pip out of trouble when he is found on the marshes?
3. What does the convict do with the file Pip brought to him?
4. How does Pip feel about his sister's injury, and who does he think caused it?
5. Why does Pip not tell Joe about his experience with the convict?
6. What causes Mrs. Pocket to burst into tears when Pip first meets her?
7. What happens when Pip goes to find Joe at a local tavern after his first day at Miss Havisham's house?
8. What happens when Pip is challenged to a fight at Miss Havisham's house?
9. What does Pip bring to the escaped convict after going to his sister's house to find supplies?
10. What surprising event does Pip see on a handbill when he returns to London after visiting Estella?
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