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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 does L.G. Trotter claim is giving him health problems in Chapter 20?
(a) The country air.
(b) French food.
(c) His wife's nagging.
(d) The pressures of doing business.
2. What does Florence ask Bertie to do after he climbs into her room?
(a) Bring her a cup of tea.
(b) Read her some poetry.
(c) Make friends with Stilton.
(d) Kiss her.
3. How does Florence suggest Bertie escape from Stilton?
(a) By jumping out the window.
(b) By climbing onto the roof.
(c) By going down the laundry chute.
(d) By climbing into the attic.
4. Who does Bertie describe as nice and caring in Chapter 22?
5. What item does Dahlia direct Bertie to find?
(a) A safe.
(b) A ladder.
(c) A rope.
(d) A trenchcoat.
Short Answer Questions
1. How do Jeeves and Bertie decide to solve Dahlia's problem at the end of Chapter 14?
2. What does Jeeves have extensive knowledge of?
3. What do they prevent butlers from doing?
4. How does Stilton act toward Bertie at breakfast in Chapter 20?
5. What does Dahlia do in Chapter 21, which Bertie says "must have taken a bit of doing"?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Jeeves realize about Lord Sidcup?
2. Describe the encounter between Dahlia and Spode in Tom's study in Chapter 18.
3. What does Mrs. Trotter demand of Dahlia in Chapter 19?
4. How does Jeeves prevent Mr. Trotter from leaving Brinkley in Chapter 21?
5. Where does Bertie find himself after climbing through a bedroom window? What does Bertie think Dahlia has done?
6. Why is Bertie's hiding spot in Florence's closet revealed to Stilton?
7. What does Jeeves suggest is done to solve Dahlia's problem in Chapter 12?
8. How does Jeeves explain being in possession of Mrs. Trotter's necklace?
9. What does Bertie decide to do at the end of the novel? Why does he do it?
10. Why is Dahlia distraught when Bertie arrives back at Brinkley in Chapter 16?
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