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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. Caroline sends James to give what to Poirot?
(a) A jar of jam
(b) A loaf of bread
(c) A note
(d) His hat that he left at their house
2. What was discovered about Parker when James and Poirot questioned him?
(a) He blackmailed his former employer.
(b) He blackmailed Mr. Ackroyd.
(c) He knew the owner of the ring.
(d) He stole the money.
3. Miss Ganett thinks who might be guilty of the crime?
(a) Mrs. Ackroyd
4. Half an hour before Mr. Ackroyd's death, Ursula met whom in the summer house?
(b) Mr. Ackroyd
(d) Mrs. Ackroyd
5. James, Caroline, and Poirot's dinner is interrupted by a call from whom?
(a) Mr. Hammond
(c) The police
Short Answer Questions
1. Mrs. Ackroyd says that Ursula once caught her doing what?
2. Inspector Raglan tells James what about Kent?
3. Poirot wants James to do what regarding his manuscript?
4. Who tries to save Flora from her confession by confessing to the same thing?
5. What does Poirot ask Caroline to find out about Ralph's shoes?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the story of Ursula and Ralph?
2. What idea does Poirot have about why Charles Kent went to Fernly Park the night of the murder?
3. At the meeting, how do Flora and Mrs. Ackroyd react to Poirot's announcement that Ursula and Ralph are married?
4. Poirot makes it known that he thinks James is guilty and offers James what way out?
5. What suggestions do James and Caroline make about Flora's love life, in Chapter Sixteen?
6. In Chapter Twenty-four, Poirot unexpectedly produces Ralph at the meeting, saying what about Ralph's whereabouts during the time he was missing?
7. Who do James and Caroline invite over, in Chapter Sixteen, and why?
8. In Chapter Fifteen, what is the significance of homemade jam?
9. Why do the police call, near the end of Chapter Seventeen?
10. In Chapter Twenty-six, what does Poirot tell James is the only reason he never considered James as a suspect?
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