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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. In regards to Bertie, what does Florence admit she likes the idea of doing?
(a) Dedicating a book to him.
(b) Cooking for him.
(c) Marrying him.
(d) Molding him.
2. Who does Jeeves suggest blackmailing in Chapter 19?
(c) Mr. Trotter.
3. Where does Stilton chase Bertie in Chapter 17?
(a) Around the couch.
(b) Up and down the stairs.
(c) In the garden.
(d) Around the dining table.
4. What does Bertie notice is open at the end of Chapter 17?
(a) A second-floor window.
(b) The safe.
(c) The front door.
(d) All of the drawers and cupboards in Dahlia's room.
5. What does Bertie ask Percy for in Chapter 22?
(a) A ride back to London.
(b) An invitation to his birthday party.
(c) His autograph.
(d) A ticket to his play.
Short Answer Questions
1. What falls on Bertie's head in Chapter 13?
2. What does Florence recall seeing Bertie buy?
3. Who does Mrs. Trotter rise to call in Chapter 21?
4. What does L.G. Trotter claim is giving him health problems in Chapter 20?
5. Who credits Seppings with finding the pearl necklace?
Short Essay Questions
1. What punishment does Mr. Trotter mete out for his son?
2. How does Jeeves explain being in possession of Mrs. Trotter's necklace?
3. Why is Bertie's hiding spot in Florence's closet revealed to Stilton?
4. What dilemma is Dahlia facing in Chapter 12?
5. How does Jeeves propose to solve Dahlia and Bertie's predicaments in Chapter 19?
6. What does Bertie arm himself with in Chapter 16? Where did he get the weapon from?
7. What is Seppings' reason for interrupting Stilton and Bertie's scuffle in Chapter 17?
8. How does Jeeves prevent Mr. Trotter from leaving Brinkley in Chapter 21?
9. Describe the encounter between Dahlia and Spode in Tom's study in Chapter 18.
10. What does Jeeves suggest is done to solve Dahlia's problem in Chapter 12?
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