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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 10.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How did Dr. Mortimer deduce that Sir Charles had stood at the gate for five to ten minutes?
(a) Sir Charles marked time with pebbles.
(b) Sir Charles's watch had been smashed.
(c) He noticed that cigar ash had dropped twice.
(d) He watched Sir Charles the night he died.
2. To what does Stapleton seem opposed?
(a) He appears to be opposed to all the constables in the area.
(b) He appears to be opposed to walking on the moor alone.
(c) He appears to be opposed to Sir Henry's Americanisms.
(d) He appears to disapprove of the growing affection between his sister and Sir Henry.
3. How did Barrymore make the discovery of why Sir Charles went to the gate the night he died?
(a) Barrymore overheard a conversation with Sir Charles.
(b) Mrs. Barrymore found the charred remains of a letter.
(c) Mrs. Barrymore made plans to help Sir Charles to the gate.
(d) Barrymore followed Sir Charles to the gate.
4. What impression does Watson have of Baskerville Hall in the morning in Chapter 7?
(a) He finds that he does not care for it very much.
(b) He finds it much lighter and more cheerful.
(c) He finds it to be just as gloomy as the night before.
(d) He finds it to be singularly unattractive.
5. What do Watson and Stapleton see at the bog-hole?
(a) A boot.
(b) A skeleton.
(c) A pony is slowly sinking into the mire.
(d) A hound.
Short Answer Questions
1. Watson tells Sir Henry that the postmaster claims that the telegram was actually delivered to Mrs. Barrymore, and Barrymore himself was nowhere in sight. When Sir Henry questions his servant, what does Barrymore reveal to Sir Henry?
2. Before the death of Sir Charles, what had appeared to people on the moor?
3. What does Stapleton reveal that shocks Watson?
4. When Holmes and Watson arrive at the hotel, what does Sir Henry claim to have lost this time?
5. What does Mrs. Barrymore confess?
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