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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. Poirot has a newspaper announcement sent saying that Ralph was captured where?
2. Why doesn't Poirot want James to be arrested?
(a) Because he and James have become friends
(b) Because he knows James didn't mean to commit murder
(c) To protect Caroline's feelings
(d) Because he still needs more information from James
3. Caroline thinks that who might have secretly married Flora already?
4. James seems unconcerned by Poirot's accusations and even does what during the exchange?
(a) Calmly drinks tea
(c) Accuses Poirot of the murder
(d) Walks into the other room
5. What does Poirot ask Caroline to find out about Ralph's shoes?
(d) Who else owns similar shoes
Short Answer Questions
1. Poirot wants everyone at Fernly Park to meet where?
2. Miss Ganett thinks who might be guilty of the crime?
3. Mrs. Ackroyd says that Mr. Ackroyd was what, regarding money?
4. Who is in such disbelief that he/she calls the police to confirm the situation?
5. Poirot and James next go to confront whom?
Short Essay Questions
1. What idea does Poirot have about why Charles Kent went to Fernly Park the night of the murder?
2. What does Poirot ask Caroline to do, in Chapter Fourteen, and what is the result?
3. Who do James and Caroline invite over, in Chapter Sixteen, and why?
4. What does Raymond reveal to James and Poirot, in Chapter Fifteen?
5. In Chapter Twenty-one, what does Poirot ask James to do, regarding people at Fernly Park?
6. In Chapter Nineteen, explain why Poirot suggests to the Inspector that he hold Charles Kent longer?
7. Poirot makes it known that he thinks James is guilty and offers James what way out?
8. In Chapter Twenty, Poirot and James go to see Miss Russell because Poirot wants to confront her about what?
9. At the meeting, how do Flora and Mrs. Ackroyd react to Poirot's announcement that Ursula and Ralph are married?
10. In Chapter Twenty-three, Poirot insinuates that nobody was actually in the room when Mr. Ackroyd died. How does he account for the conversation that was heard?
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