Chapter 1 through Chapter 3
1. What is Bertie doing at the opening of the novel?
(a) Taking a bath.
(b) Playing chess.
(c) Eating breakfast.
(d) Reading a book.
2. Which of Bertie's aunts has requested he entertain some guests at dinner in Chapter 1?
(a) Aunt Betty.
(b) Aunt Agatha.
(c) Aunt Dahlia.
(d) Aunt Gemma.
3. Who has Bertie's aunt asked him to entertain in Chapter 1?
(a) The Trotters.
(b) The Threepwoods.
(c) The Mulliners.
(d) The Moresbys.
4. How are Bertie's evening guests characterized by Bertie's aunt?
(a) As boring.
(b) As reclusive.
(c) As excitable.
(d) As arrogant.
5. Why is Bertie feeling lost in Chapter 1?
(a) Jeeves is using technical terms to explain how radios work.
(b) Jeeves is away on holiday.
(c) Bertie has driven into an unknown area of London.
(d) Bertie has been dumped by his fiancee.
6. Where does Jeeves intend to go while Bertie is out for dinner?
(a) The Junior Ganymede.
(b) The Senior Conservative Club.
(c) The Pelican Club.
(d) The Buttles Club.
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