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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 the rich man in Book 1, Chapter 11 who has a daughter called Georgiana and is full of himself?
(a) John Harmon.
(b) Alfred Lammle.
(c) Eugene Fox.
(d) John Podsnap.
2. What does Bradley Headstone try to convince Lizzie to accept?
(a) Him as her teacher.
(b) Money as a loan.
(c) An engagement ring.
(d) A new position at the school.
3. What does Jenny Wren want in Book 2, Chapter 1?
(a) To be appreciated.
(b) To buy a house.
(c) To get married.
(d) To own her own shop.
4. Who is the man that is infatuated with Georgiana according to Mrs. Lammle?
5. In Book 2, Chapter 15, who schemes to win over Lizzie?
(a) James Marks and Joseph Smiley.
(b) Silas Wegg and Mr. Boffin.
(c) Bradley Headstone and Charley Hexam.
(d) Eugene Fox and Mortimer Lighthouse.
Short Answer Questions
1. Whose stubbornness lay in the way of Lizzie's advancement?
2. What was John Rokesmith afraid of becoming that made him take on a different persona?
3. Where is the inspector investigating a report of missing lime?
4. What does Headstone accuse Lizzie of accepting in Book 2, Chapter 15?
5. Who does John Rokesmith meet with in Book 2, Chapter 9 about the orphan for adoption?
Short Essay Questions
1. When Eugene is dying, what is revealed about Lizzie in Book 4, Chapter 9?
2. Describe Mr. Venus.
3. Describe how Harmon became Rokesmith.
4. In the office where Mortimer and Eugene are sitting, what is revealed about Lizzie in Book 2, Chapter 6?
5. Describe the arrangement Betty makes with the Boffins in Book 2, Chapter 14.
6. Why is the river important to Jessie Hexam?
7. Describe Bradley's interactions at Wrayburn's house in Book 3, Chapter 11.
8. Describe Bella's role in John Harmon's fortune in Book 1, Chapter 4.
9. How does Eugene reveal his interest in Lizzie in Book 1, Chapter 13?
10. What happens to Rogue in Book 3, Chapters 2 and 3?
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