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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Mr. Frankland spend his time when at home?
(a) He spends time restoring his home.
(b) He uses his telescope to look at the moor, ostensibly for the convict.
(c) He is writing a history of Devonshire.
(d) He spends time with his daughter, who is a painter.
2. What manner of narration is used in Chapter 10?
(a) Dr. Mortimer's journal entries.
(b) Dr. Watson's journal entries.
(c) Letters to Holmes.
(d) Letters to Dr. Mortimer.
3. What sort of dog is the hound?
(a) Pure great dane.
(b) Part great dane and part greyhound.
(c) Part mastiff and bloodhound.
(d) English sheepdog.
4. What does Holmes's discovery of the portrait reveal?
(a) Stapleton is a Baskerville.
(b) Hugo never existed.
(c) Sir Henry is not a Baskerville.
(d) Sir Charles is still alive.
5. After hearing a man scream on the moor, what do Watson and Holmes hear next?
(a) The baying of the hound.
(b) A woman sobbing.
(d) A carriage rattling behind them.
6. Where is the man on the moor staying?
(a) The Grimpen Mire.
(b) A tin miner's hut.
(c) Fox Tor.
(d) The stone huts on the hillside.
7. Who is L.L.?
(a) There is no L.L.
(b) Laura Lancaster, the youngest sister of Frankland.
(c) Laura Lyons, the daughter of Frankland.
(d) Laura Lols, the cousin of Stapleton.
8. While Sir Henry is being entertained in Merripit House, what do Holmes and Watson observe Stapleton doing?
(a) Stapleton lets his horses loose.
(b) Stapleton goes to the Grimpen Mire.
(c) Stapleton goes to the outhouse.
(d) Stapleton is sobbing.
9. What must Sir Henry do to help Holmes solve the case?
(a) Sir Henry must call to the hound.
(b) Sir Henry must blindly do whatever Holmes tells him.
(c) Sir Henry must fake his own death.
(d) Sir Henry must learn the lay of the land between his house and Stapleton's house.
10. Who is the man that was killed on the moor?
(b) Dr. Mortimer.
11. How is Chapter 8 narrated?
(a) The narration is in the form of newspaper articles.
(b) The narration is in the form of letters from Watson to Holmes.
(c) The narration is in the form of letters between Watson and Dr. Mortimer.
(d) The narration is in the form of Watson's journal.
12. Why is Watson glad to see Holmes after going to the stone hut?
(a) The case is beginning to overwhelm Watson.
(b) He was worried for Holmes's safety.
(c) He is scared to walk back to Baskerville Hall alone.
(d) He believes he is being followed.
13. Why does Sir Henry decide that they must go capture Selden?
(a) He wants the reward money.
(b) Selden is a dangerous, violent murderer.
(c) He believes that the Stapletons are in danger from Selden.
(d) He wants to get back at the Barrymores.
14. What state is Sir Henry left in after the attack and the truth about the Stapletons is revealed?
(a) Sir Henry becomes murderously angry.
(b) Sir Henry becomes deliriously ill from strain.
(c) Sir Henry is immensely relieved to be rid of them.
(d) Sir Henry is in a vegetative state of shock.
15. What is the deal Stapleton strikes with Sir Henry?
(a) Henry will allow Stapleton to inspect the grounds every night for signs of the hound.
(b) Henry will build a friendship with Miss Stapleton for three months, after which he will be allowed to start wooing her.
(c) Henry will go with Stapleton on a moth-catching expedition so that he might get to know his sister's suitor better.
(d) Henry will allow Miss Stapleton to accompany him on a trip to London.
Short Answer Questions
1. What had Stapleton falsely promised Mrs. Lyons?
2. According to Barrymore, what is the plan for Selden?
3. How did Holmes know it was Watson in his hut?
4. What does Frankland show Watson on his telescope?
5. How did the man found on the moor die?
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