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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. With whom is Anne in love?
2. Henrietta appears to favor whom?
(a) Captain Wentworth
(c) Charles Musgrove
(d) Charles Hayter
3. To whom does Sir Elliot agree to rent the house?
4. How many children does the admiral have?
5. Where does everyone wind up after the walk?
(a) Charles Hayter's house
(c) the Hardy's house
6. Who is Miss Clay?
(a) Lady Russell's friend
(b) Mr. Shepherd's niece.
(c) Mr. Shepherd's daughter.
(d) Sir Elliot's cousin
7. Captain Wentworth says what about his love for Anne?
(a) He no longer wants her, but no other woman compares to her.
(b) He will always love her, but cannot marry her.
(c) He never loved her.
(d) He wants to be married to her immediately.
8. How does Sir Elliot feel the Admiral's stature compares to his own?
(a) Title does not matter to Sir Elliot.
(b) Admiral is a better title.
(c) Admiral is a worse title.
(d) Admiral is an equal title.
9. Mary wonders if the visitor will be Frederick or ____________.
10. Who is pleased that Anne is staying until they can bring Anne to Bath themselves?
(a) Sir Elliot
(b) Lady Russell
(d) Mrs. Clay
11. It is soon discovered that the visitor will be _____________.
12. Of Anne, Charles and Mary, who does not attend the party?
(d) None of them attend.
13. Mary resents which person when he/she is gone for too long?
(a) her daughter
(b) her son
(c) her husband
14. Where does Captain Wentworh's sister invite him to stay?
15. Who fills the role of lady of the house since Mrs. Elliot's death?
(a) Lady Russell
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Mr. Elliot choose the person to whom he rents the house?
2. Sir Elliot's oldest daughter is which one?
3. Anne is more open about her opinions after what happens?
4. Captain Wentworth's warm reception at ___________ convinces him to stay on in the area.
5. Who does not even remember Anne's connection to Frederick?
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