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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. Why does Anne break off the engagement?
(a) She is no longer in love.
(b) She feels that the captain will be better off without her.
(c) She finds out that the captain is a liar.
(d) She is dying.
2. Who is going to find a family to rent the home?
(a) Miss Andrews
(b) Lady Russell
(c) Mr. Shepherd
(d) Mr. Raymond
3. The group meets which gentlemen on the beach two days after they arrive?
(a) Mr. Hooper
(b) Sir Elliot's heir
(c) Mr. Hargrove
(d) Sir Elliot
4. It upsets lady Russell that who is going with Sir Elliot and Elizabeth?
(a) Mr. Shepherd
(b) Mrs. Clay
(d) Mr. Croft
5. Anne and which person do not speak, even though they see each other often?
(b) SIr Elliot
(c) Captain Wentworth
Short Answer Questions
1. It is soon discovered that the visitor will be _____________.
2. To whom does Sir Elliot agree to rent the house?
3. About what does Sir Elliot asks Lady Russell for advice?
4. Who is one of the friends the group is traveling to see?
5. Who is very needy and cannot stand being alone?
Short Essay Questions
1. In the final chapter, why does Sir Elliot not object to Anne marrying Frederick?
2. Describe how Sir Elliot wants Mr. Shepherd to rent out the house.
3. In Chapter 23, as he leaves the gathering, Captain Wentworth does what, with regard to Anne and what is the result?
4. Explain what Anne thinks of staying at Uppercross.
5. What does Anne overhear Frederick telling Louisa that hurts Anne?
6. Describe the major event that happens in Chapter 12.
7. Explain Anne and Lady Russell's opinions about whether or not Anne should marry Mr. Elliot.
8. How does Sir Elliot feel about naval officers?
9. Now that Anne and Captain Wentworth are in the same social circle, describe how they interact.
10. Why does Sir Elliot choose to rent his house to the person that he chooses?
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