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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. Who is the second person Mary suspects of Joss's murder?
(a) Mr. Davey.
(c) Joss's friend.
(d) The squire.
2. What does Mr. Davey give Mary in Chapter 10?
(a) A blanket.
(b) A note.
(c) A cloak.
(d) A flask.
3. What does Mr. Davey say will stop Joss from causing ships to wreck?
(a) Finding employment.
(b) The threat of divine judgement.
(d) Coastal guards.
4. When does Mr. Davey get out of the carriage?
(a) A few yards from Jamaica Inn.
(b) At the turn for Altarnun.
(c) When the carriage reaches his house.
(d) At the same time Mary gets in.
5. What does Mary explain to Jem when he enters her bedroom?
(a) Why Patience can be heard crying.
(b) Why the building smells of smoke.
(c) What happened to her on Christmas Eve.
(d) Where Harry is hiding.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Chapter 13, what does Mary convince Joss to let them do in the afternoon?
2. What does Mary leave for the vicar?
3. Who arrives shortly after Mary finds Joss dead?
4. What does Jem assure Mary about Joss in Chapter 9?
5. What disappoints the squire in Chapter 15?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Joss drag Mary with him to the coast in Chapter 10?
2. How does Mary feel staying at the Bassat's? What does she dream of doing?
3. How does Mary disappoint the squire in Chapter 15?
4. How does Mary decide she will travel home in Chapter 9? Who saves her at the end of the Chapter?
5. When Mary goes to North Hill, what does Mrs. Basset tell her?
6. What does Mr. Davey confess to Mary over dinner in Chapter 16?
7. What does Jem tell Mary when they meet on the moors in Chapter 18? What does Mary decide?
8. Why do Joss's men fight after destroying the carriage?
9. Why does Mary convince Joss to let her and Patience take a nap in Chapter 13?
10. When Mary goes downstairs in Chapter 12, how is Joss acting?
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