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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. Who is James Morland?
(a) Isabella's fiance.
(b) Catherine's older brother.
(c) Catherine's uncle.
(d) Catherine's cousin.
2. What does Catherine lay awake for ten minutes debating?
(a) Whether James and Isabella are a suitable match.
(b) What book she should read next.
(c) Which dress she should wear to the ball.
(d) Whether Henry likes her.
3. What is the weather like at the opening of Chapter 11?
4. At the beginning of Chapter 10, where have the Allens, Thorpes and Morlands met?
(a) At the theatre.
(b) At the tea-room.
(c) At the pump-room.
(d) In the street.
5. What does Isabella look forward to on the trip?
(a) The dances.
(b) Country air and quiet.
(c) Visiting her school friend.
(d) Dining at a famous restaurant.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Isabella write a list of for Catherine?
2. What does Mrs. Allen ask Catherine to take out of her sleeve?
3. After breakfast, what does Catherine resolve to do until one o'clock?
4. How long did Isabella have to wait for Catherine at the pump-rooms in Chapter 6?
5. Upon their arrival at Upper Rooms, where does Mr.Allen go directly?
Short Essay Questions
1. At the beginning of Chapter 11, what is Catherine's main concern and why?
2. What does Catherine tell Mr. Tilney she does not do, and how does he react?
3. Why is Catherine invited to Bath with the Allens?
4. What misunderstanding does John apparently have of the Morland family?
5. What comment does Austen make about fashion?
6. What explanation is given for Catherine being turned away at the Tilney home?
7. How does Isabella already know of Catherine?
8. Why is Catherine mortified following her visit to the Tilney home?
9. How do Isabella and James know each other?
10. What is strange about Isabella's behavior with the two men that show interest in the girls at the end of Chapter 6?
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