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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 Bertie ask Florence use to lower him out of the window?
(a) A rope.
(b) Her dressing gown.
(c) Her sheets.
(d) A garden hose.
2. What does L.G. Trotter claim is giving him health problems in Chapter 20?
(a) His wife's nagging.
(b) The pressures of doing business.
(c) French food.
(d) The country air.
3. What does Stilton claim he has brought for Florence?
(a) Her mail.
(b) Her research notes.
(c) Her shawl.
(d) Her wrist watch.
4. What is Florence's mood like in Chapter 22?
(a) Florence is giddy.
(b) Florence is distraught.
(c) Florence is content.
(d) Florence is angry.
5. What does Jeeves give to Dahlia when he arrives in Chapter 12?
(a) Her laundry.
(b) A cup of tea.
(c) A copy of the newspaper.
(d) Bertie's drink.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Jeeves have extensive knowledge of?
2. What excuse does Bertie give Florence for climbing into her room?
3. Where does she assume Seppings found the pearl necklace?
4. How is Daphne Dolores Morehead described?
5. What did Jeeves believe of the necklace when he found it?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is the plan to stage a robbery foiled by Uncle Tom?
2. What punishment does Mr. Trotter mete out for his son?
3. How does Jeeves explain being in possession of Mrs. Trotter's necklace?
4. Where does Bertie find himself after climbing through a bedroom window? What does Bertie think Dahlia has done?
5. What dilemma is Dahlia facing in Chapter 12?
6. What does Percy admit to doing with his mother's necklace in Chapter 21?
7. What puts Dahlia in a happy mood in Chapter 22?
8. When meeting Stilton in the hall in Chapter 14, what does Bertie say to stop Stilton from beating him up?
9. Why is Bertie's hiding spot in Florence's closet revealed to Stilton?
10. Why is Dahlia distraught when Bertie arrives back at Brinkley in Chapter 16?
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