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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 does Theo accuse Eleanor of doing?
(a) Paying Luke to write the words to frighten everyone.
(b) Erasing the words before they could document them.
(c) Writing the words herself.
(d) Trying to draw attention to herself by becoming hysterical at the sight of the words.
2. Who hears a child singing?
(a) Dr. Montague
(d) Mrs. Montague
3. Whose call did Eleanor not heed the night of his/her death?
(a) Her father's
(b) Her mother's
(c) Her neice's
(d) Her sister's
4. Where do Luke and Eleanor go to spend an afternoon alone in chapter 6?
(a) The basement
(b) The summer house
(c) The tower
(d) The garden
5. What does Eleanor want to do to Theo when she sees her wearing her new red sweater?
(a) Hug her and apologize for her trying day.
(b) Rip the sweater away.
(c) Compliment her, even though she does not look as good as Eleanor did.
(d) Bash her with rocks and sticks.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Theo confess she did while going back to Hill House?
2. What does Eleanor expect to feel under her feet as she goes back to Hill House?
3. What nickname does Theo use with Eleanor?
4. Why do Dr. Montague and Luke believe Theo accuses Eleanor?
5. What are the lessons illustrated in the book Luke found?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who accuses Eleanor of writing the message? Why?
2. What does Luke find written in the hallway?
3. What does Theo confess when they return to the house?
4. Whom does Eleanor eavesdrop on to see if they are speaking about her?
5. What does Eleanor say out loud after the crash sounds through the room?
6. What does Eleanor confess to Theo as they walk the grounds?
7. With whom does Eleanor sit in the summer house?
8. What do Eleanor and Theo find when they reach the garden?
9. What is Mrs. Montague's opinion of Dr. Montague's research thus far?
10. Where does Eleanor go when Theo teases her?
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