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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. Why do Dr. Montague and Luke believe Theo accuses Eleanor?
(a) To distract her while they slip her a calming drug.
(b) Because she really believes it.
(c) Because she hates Eleanor.
(d) To take her focus away from her fear.
2. Who insists on sleeping in the nursery?
(a) Eleanor's sister
(b) Mrs. Montague
(c) Theo's girlfriend
(d) Mrs. Dudley
3. What is Theo's response to this request.
(a) She believes they should all go back to their own lives.
(b) Yes, it will be fun.
(c) Yes, she needs help with the rent.
(d) She has a roommate already.
4. What nickname does Theo use with Eleanor?
5. What upsets the group about the illustrations in the book Luke found?
(a) The illustrations are graphic and violent.
(b) The illustrations are badly done.
(c) The illustrations are too childish.
(d) The illustrations are inappropriate to the material they represent.
Short Answer Questions
1. What impedes their investigation of the cold spot?
2. How do Eleanor and the others feel when they wake up?
3. What does Luke tell Eleanor about his mother?
4. Who refuses to allow the group to linger over their breakfast?
5. Who belittles Dr. Montague's investigation?
Short Essay Questions
1. Whom does Eleanor eavesdrop on to see if they are speaking about her?
2. With whom does Eleanor sit in the summer house?
3. Who plans to roam the halls all night? Why?
4. What is Mrs. Montague's opinion of Dr. Montague's research thus far?
5. Why is Dr. Montague concerned that everyone is happy?
6. What does Eleanor hear as she walks the grounds of Hill House?
7. What warning does Dr. Montague address directly to Eleanor?
8. Who wants to move in with Theo after the summer. What does Theo say to this?
9. What does Eleanor confess to Theo as they walk the grounds?
10. Where does Theo spend the following night?
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