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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 Mr. Brownlow say that Oliver must do to get his help?
(a) Get well.
(b) Be honest.
(c) Work hard.
2. What is Oliver accused of stealing when Nancy and Bill take him away?
(b) Some books.
(d) Pocket change.
3. Where is Oliver born?
(a) On the streets.
(b) In a hospital.
(c) In a train.
(d) In a workhouse.
4. What does Mr. Bumble do to entertain himself while Mrs. Corney is away with the dying woman?
(a) Take inventory of her possessions.
(b) Take a tour of her home.
(c) Read some of her books.
(d) Take a nap.
5. What is the name of Bill Sikes' girlfriend?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Oliver think Bill wants to do with him as they travel to the site of the big robbery?
2. How much longer is the dying woman expected to live when she speaks with Mrs. Corney?
3. What happens to Oliver during his hearing?
4. Who summons Mrs. Corney while she is visiting with Mr. Bumble?
5. What is Oliver given on the day of the big robbery?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Nancy offer to do so that Rose can reach her if need be, and what is she risking to do this?
2. What happens when Oliver finally loses patience with Noah and his mocking?
3. What does Oliver decide to do during the big robbery?
4. What is the secret that Sally confesses to Mrs. Corney just before she dies?
5. What does Mr. Giles say when he is asked by the police if Oliver is the child he saw with the robbers the night before?
6. What is the game that Fagin teaches Oliver, and what is it meant to teach?
7. What condition is given in Oliver's father's will about his son receiving an inheritance?
8. Why does Mr. Brownlow leave so suddenly for the West Indies?
9. What does Oliver do when he is punished for his attack after Mr. Sowerberry comes home?
10. What information does Mr. Brownlow need from Fagin before Fagin is hung?
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