The Hound of the Baskervilles Test | Final Test - Easy

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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What is the deal Stapleton strikes with Sir Henry?
(a) Henry will go with Stapleton on a moth-catching expedition so that he might get to know his sister's suitor better.
(b) Henry will allow Miss Stapleton to accompany him on a trip to London.
(c) Henry will build a friendship with Miss Stapleton for three months, after which he will be allowed to start wooing her.
(d) Henry will allow Stapleton to inspect the grounds every night for signs of the hound.

2. What is Frankland wishing to celebrate?
(a) He found the hound.
(b) He has decided to reunite with his daughter.
(c) He won a large settlement.
(d) He won a lawsuit.

3. In what matter is everyone in Baskerville Hall on the wrong side of the law?
(a) They allowed drugs to flow through the moor.
(b) They covered up the murder of Selden.
(c) They concealed Selden's presence on the moor from the police.
(d) They allowed Sir Charles to be murdered.

4. What do Sir Henry and Watson do to entrap Barrymore?
(a) They trick Barrymore into coming outside with them at night.
(b) They ask Mrs. Barrymore what her husband's habits are at night.
(c) They stay up all night until they hear him come to the window with a candle.
(d) They have Dr. Mortimer follow Barrymore around for a day.

5. What does Stapleton do when he visits Baskerville Hall after Watson has followed Sir Henry?
(a) Stapleton strikes Sir Henry for talking to his sister.
(b) Stapleton tries to hire the Barrymores away from Sir Henry.
(c) Stapleton apologizes for his rudeness to Sir Henry in regards to his sister.
(d) Stapleton attempts to pay Sir Henry to leave for London.

6. Who is bringing Holmes supplies at the hut?
(a) Lestrade.
(b) Sir Henry.
(c) Anthony.
(d) Cartwright.

7. On the moor, what does Watson find himself unable to do?
(a) Shoot the unarmed convict.
(b) Reassure Sir Henry that the hound is not real.
(c) Go further into the Grimpen Mire.
(d) Leave a hurt animal behind.

8. What is Sir Henry to do while at dinner with the Stapletons?
(a) He is to ask Mrs. Stapleton to marry him.
(b) He is to tell them that Sherlock Holmes died on the moors.
(c) He is to tell them that he is walking home alone.
(d) He is to tell Mrs. Stapleton of Mrs. Lyons.

9. Where does Stapleton take Sir Henry and Watson in Chapter 8?
(a) The area where, according to the story, Hugo Baskerville was killed.
(b) The Grimpen Mire.
(c) Hound's Tor.
(d) The place where the convict is believed to have been last seen.

10. What was spread over the hound to give it a ghoulish look?
(a) Oil.
(b) Swamp water.
(c) Ink.
(d) Phosphorous.

11. When Holmes has Watson focus solely on the face in the portrait, what does Watson see?
(a) Sir Charles and Hugo look identical.
(b) Frankland looks exactly like Hugo.
(c) Stapleton looks exactly like Hugo.
(d) Barrymore looks exactly like Hugo.

12. While returning to Baskerville Hall after trying to find Selden, what does Watson observe on one of the tors?
(a) He sees a hound baying at the moon.
(b) He sees Stapleton on the hunt for more insect specimens.
(c) He sees a tall, thin man looking out on the moor.
(d) He sees Barrymore running after the convict.

13. What does Holmes's discovery of the portrait reveal?
(a) Sir Henry is not a Baskerville.
(b) Hugo never existed.
(c) Stapleton is a Baskerville.
(d) Sir Charles is still alive.

14. How did Stapleton convince Mrs. Lyons to not meet with Sir Charles the night he died?
(a) Stapleton convinces her that Sir Charles does not wish to see her.
(b) Stapleton tells her that Sir Charles is too ill to meet with her.
(c) Stapleton said he was too proud to allow another man to help her.
(d) Stapleton says that he fears it is too dangerous for her to go alone.

15. To what does Stapleton seem opposed?
(a) He appears to be opposed to walking on the moor alone.
(b) He appears to disapprove of the growing affection between his sister and Sir Henry.
(c) He appears to be opposed to all the constables in the area.
(d) He appears to be opposed to Sir Henry's Americanisms.

Short Answer Questions

1. What assures Watson that the hound is mortal?

2. While searching for Selden on the moor, what frightens both Sir Henry and Watson?

3. Why is the woman who wrote the letter to Sir Charles estranged from her family?

4. While Sir Henry is inside Merripit House, what begins to happen that Holmes fears could disrupt their plan?

5. According to the letter to Holmes, what is the status on the escaped convict?

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