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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. What is Bertie doing at the opening of the novel?
(a) Taking a bath.
(b) Eating breakfast.
(c) Playing chess.
(d) Reading a book.
2. How did Dahlia acquire her booming voice?
(a) From working in music halls.
(b) From being hard of hearing.
(c) From years of hunting.
(d) From living in a huge house.
3. Who does Stilton blame for Bertie's moustache?
4. What is Florence's and Stilton's relationship?
(a) They are cousins.
(b) They are co-workers.
(c) They are classmates.
(d) They are engaged.
5. What does Jeeves ask Bertie's permission to do in Chapter 8?
(a) Remain at Bertie's flat while he is at Brinkley.
(b) Attend the Junior Ganymede Club luncheon.
(c) To drive the car to Brinkley.
(d) Speak to Percy about his problems.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Percy's mood like in Chapter 10?
2. What does Bertie's uncle notice about Dahloa in Chapter 11?
3. What does Bertie notice out of the corner of his eye while speaking on the phone?
4. What is Lord Sidcup well informed about?
5. In Chapter 6, what does Bertie do after breakfast?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is Lord Sidcup invited to Brinkley?
2. Who is Daphne Dolores Morehead?
3. When meeting Stilton in the hall in Chapter 14, what does Bertie say to stop Stilton from beating him up?
4. Where did Seppings find Mrs. Trotter's necklace?
5. In Chapter 1, why does Stilton take issue with Bertie having a drink?
6. Why is Bertie apprehensive about going to Brinkley?
7. What is Stilton's reason for calling off his engagement in Chapter 10?
8. Why does Aunt Dahlia want Bertie to come to Brinkley in Chapter 8?
9. In Chapter 18, what does Bertie discover when he takes the pearl necklace from the safe to Dahlia?
10. Where does Bertie find himself after climbing through a bedroom window? What does Bertie think Dahlia has done?
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