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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. While dancing with John, where does Catherine find herself looking?
(a) The part of the room where she had left Mr. Tilney.
(b) At the decorations in the room.
(c) Around the room in search of Mrs. Allen.
(d) Down at the floor.
2. Of what skill does Catherine praise Henry to his sister?
(a) His dancing skills.
(b) His conversational skills.
(c) His riding skills.
(d) His hunting skills.
3. At the dance in Chapter 8, who is Catherine's only company for most of the evening?
(b) Mr. Tilney.
(c) Mrs. Thorpe and Mrs. Allen.
4. What does Mr. Tilney say the sexes are equal at?
(b) Riding horses.
(c) Writing letters.
5. How many children do Catherine's parents have?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Catherine see speaking with General Tilney?
2. How did Isabella already know of Catherine?
3. What advice does Mrs. Allen give Catherine for visiting the Tilneys?
4. Why is Catherine not concerned by the fashionable young woman on Mr. Tilney's arm?
5. What does Isabella look forward to on the trip?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Isabella already know of Catherine?
2. What is puzzling to Catherine about her conversation with John Thorpe on the topic of the carriage her brother drives?
3. What are Catherine's feelings as she climbs into the carriage for the trip to Bristol?
4. How does Henry support his suggestion that a country-dance is like a marriage?
5. Who do Catherine and Isabella meet on the streets at the beginning of Chapter 7?
6. How is the character of Mrs. Allen described in Chapter 9?
7. What is strange about Isabella's behavior with the two men that show interest in the girls at the end of Chapter 6?
8. Describe Catherine at the age of seventeen.
9. Why is Catherine invited to Bath with the Allens?
10. Does Mr. Tilney feel that women are better at writing than men?
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