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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where does Joss take Mary in Chapter 11?
(a) To the moors.
(b) To the cliffs.
(c) To Launceston.
(d) To the coast.
2. When does Mr. Davey get out of the carriage?
(a) At the turn for Altarnun.
(b) At the same time Mary gets in.
(c) A few yards from Jamaica Inn.
(d) When the carriage reaches his house.
3. Who is Mary told Jem left with?
(a) A young lady.
(b) A man in a carriage.
(c) A group of rough looking men.
(d) A vicar.
4. About how long does Mary wait for Jem to return?
(a) Two hours.
(b) Ten minutes.
(c) One hour.
(d) Half and hour.
5. Why does Mary feel the need to quickly return home in Chapter 14?
(a) To collect her things.
(b) To stop Joss from murdering again.
(c) To see her aunt.
(d) To clear her name.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Jem ask Mary to do in Launceston?
2. What does Mr. Davey say will stop Joss from causing ships to wreck?
3. What do Jem and Mary attend in Chapter 9?
4. What does Mrs. Bassat provide for Mary in Chapter 14?
5. What is the weather like as Mary is walking?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who finally buys Jem's second pony? Why did he try to prevent the sale to this person?
2. What trouble does Jem encounter as he tries to sell the second pony in Chapter 9?
3. What accusation does Harry make against Joss in Chapter 12? What does Joss decide to do following Harry's interruption?
4. Why is Mr. Davey gagging Mary when she awakes in Chapter 17?
5. What does Jem tell Mary when they meet on the moors in Chapter 18? What does Mary decide?
6. Why do Joss and his men burn the carriage?
7. Why does Mary snoop around the vicarage in Chapter 16? What does she find?
8. What does Mary tell Joss when he questions her about her trip to Launceston?
9. How does Mary disappoint the squire in Chapter 15?
10. What does Mary witness when she reaches the beach in Chapter 11?
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