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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. At their spring home, why does Michel leave his wife to take walks?
(a) Someone else is there to take care of her.
(b) He has been neglecting his own exercise.
(c) To get away so his wife won't see him cry.
(d) Her health has improved and he can leave her alone for a short time.
2. Who returns a stolen item to Michel?
3. Who denies the request to have the person stay on at the estate instead of leaving in the autumn?
4. Who is poaching at Michel's family estate?
(a) Charles and Michel.
(b) Bocage and Michel.
(c) Alcide and Marceline.
(d) Alcide and Michel.
5. What does the caretaker try to explain to Michel?
(a) The estate and tenant farm operations.
(b) How to budget for the estate.
(c) How to harvest the crops and fruit.
(d) How to plant the crops.
6. What does Michel think when the prostitute tells him why she thinks he stays in Tunis?
(a) He denies her accusations.
(b) He thinks she might be right.
(c) He dismisses the thoughts of a prostitute.
(d) He knows she is wrong.
7. In Part 2, Chapter 3, which character misses dinner due to illness?
8. Whose homosexual tendencies are surfacing stronger in Part 2, Chapter 1?
9. Does Michel love his wife?
(a) Yes, with all his heart.
(b) No, she has angered him for the last time.
(c) He tries to.
(d) No, he thinks she is weak.
10. Who is Charles' father?
11. What distracts Michel once he begins concentrating on his academics again?
(a) Planting the fall crops and fruit trees.
(b) The opulence and sensuality of the ripening crops and fruit trees.
(c) The work of harvesting the crops and fruit trees.
12. What city do Michel and his wife move to in Part 2, Chapter 2?
13. Where is El Kantara located?
(a) Near the family estate in Normandy.
(b) In Florence.
(c) Near the apartment in Paris.
(d) Near a private garden Marceline liked.
14. According to Michel's friend in Part 2, Chapter 2, having possessions gives a man...
(a) A false sense of security.
(b) A sense of security.
(c) Something to be proud of.
(d) Something to pay more taxes on.
15. The author uses a sentence twice: "The autumn was advancing." This technique creates a sense of urgency. The technique is called...
Short Answer Questions
1. Which is an example of simile?
2. How much money does Michel spend on furnishing his new dwelling?
3. How does Michel resolve the jealousy?
4. Who runs errands for Michel every day?
5. Which is an example of alliteration?
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