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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When Holmes has Watson focus solely on the face in the portrait, what does Watson see?
(a) Frankland looks exactly like Hugo.
(b) Sir Charles and Hugo look identical.
(c) Stapleton looks exactly like Hugo.
(d) Barrymore looks exactly like Hugo.
2. What does Holmes's discovery of the portrait reveal?
(a) Stapleton is a Baskerville.
(b) Sir Henry is not a Baskerville.
(c) Hugo never existed.
(d) Sir Charles is still alive.
3. What does Watson deduce about the candle?
(a) He realizes that Barrymore is using it to burn letters.
(b) He realizes it is a signal.
(c) He realizes that Barrymore is merely trying to write in secret at night.
(d) He realizes that Barrymore is plotting to burn down Baskerville Hall.
4. After learning that Mrs. Barrymore answered the telegram for her husband, what does Watson observe about the lady?
(a) She appears to be very frightened at the story of the hound.
(b) She appears to be very ill.
(c) She appears to not have a care in the world.
(d) She appears to be in a deep sorrow of mysterious origin.
5. What does Watson believe is the identity of the man on the moor?
(a) The convict.
(b) Barrymore sneaking out to see his brother-in-law.
(c) The man who followed Sir Henry in London.
(d) Stapleton on the hunt for moths.
6. What does Frankland show Watson on his telescope?
(a) Watson sees the young boy delivering food to the man on the moor.
(b) Watson sees Sir Henry out by himself.
(c) Watson sees the man on the moor.
(d) Watson sees the hound.
7. What does Watson keep hearing from the moor?
(a) A man screaming.
(b) A train.
(c) The baying of a hound.
(d) A woman sobbing.
8. Why did Mrs. Lyons wish to meet with Sir Charles on the night of his death?
(a) She wished to warn him.
(b) She was hoping that he would give his blessing to her divorce.
(c) She needed his help and he was going to be away to London for a long time.
(d) She was hoping that he would propose to her.
9. What state is Sir Henry left in after the attack and the truth about the Stapletons is revealed?
(a) Sir Henry is immensely relieved to be rid of them.
(b) Sir Henry is in a vegetative state of shock.
(c) Sir Henry becomes murderously angry.
(d) Sir Henry becomes deliriously ill from strain.
10. Who arrives from London to help Holmes?
(a) Sir Charles.
(b) Stapleton's brother.
11. How did Sir Charles hear about Mrs. Lyons's situation?
(a) Dr. Mortimer told him.
(b) Barrymore told him.
(c) Stapleton told him.
(d) Frankland told him.
12. In his correspondence with Holmes, what happens the previous night that rouses Watson's suspicion?
(a) He sees Barrymore quickly packing his trunk.
(b) He sees Barrymore sneak to a window and light a candle.
(c) He sees Mrs. Barrymore going outside by herself.
(d) He sees Mrs. Barrymore burning a letter.
13. How is Chapter 8 narrated?
(a) The narration is in the form of Watson's journal.
(b) The narration is in the form of letters from Watson to Holmes.
(c) The narration is in the form of newspaper articles.
(d) The narration is in the form of letters between Watson and Dr. Mortimer.
14. How did Holmes know it was Watson in his hut?
(a) His cigarette stub.
(b) His footprints.
(c) He watched Watson all the way from Frankland's manor.
(d) He heard Watson mumbling to himself.
15. 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.
(c) A carriage rattling behind them.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does the hound die?
2. While searching for Selden on the moor, what frightens both Sir Henry and Watson?
3. What must Sir Henry do to help Holmes solve the case?
4. According to the letter to Holmes, what is the status on the escaped convict?
5. What does Stapleton do when he visits Baskerville Hall after Watson has followed Sir Henry?
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