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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What is the purpose of Mr. Collin's visit to Longbourn?
(a) To ask for a loan.
(b) To check out his future inheritance.
(c) To marry one of the daughters there.
(d) To write himself into the will.

2. Who is Elizabeth happy to see leave Netherfield while she is there caring for Jane?
(a) Mrs. Bennet.
(b) Mr. Hurst.
(c) Mr. Darcy.
(d) Ms. Bingley.

3. What favor does Mr. Collins ask of Elizabeth after Bingley and his sisters visit Longbourn?
(a) Some advice about how to propose to her sister.
(b) To read some of Frodyce's sermons with him and her sisters.
(c) Her first two dances at the ball at Netherfield.
(d) An hour of private conversation.

4. What does Jane first think of Bingley's sisters when they are introduced?
(a) She thinks they are elegant and fine.
(b) She finds them prideful and rude.
(c) She thinks they are terribly dimwitted.
(d) She thinks they are sweet and tasteful.

5. What does Mrs. Bennett think all single men are in pursuit of?
(a) A job.
(b) A wife.
(c) A loving neighbor.
(d) More money.

6. Who gives Mrs. Bennett a description of Mr. Bingley when her husband will not?
(a) Lady Catherine.
(b) Lady Collins.
(c) Lady Lucas.
(d) Lady De Bourgh.

7. What does Elizabeth's favorite aunt warn her against while she is visiting at Longbourn?
(a) To never listen to the gossip of the town.
(b) To not allow her sister to wallow in despair over lost love that never was.
(c) To not be like her mother.
(d) To not fall in love with Mr. Wickham.

8. What do Bingley and his sisters come to Longbourn to personally deliver?
(a) A proposal of marriage.
(b) A true explanation of the history between Wickham and Darcy.
(c) A request to hunt on their lands.
(d) An invitation to a ball at Netherfield.

9. What does Miss Lucas say about Mr. Darcy after the first ball of the book?
(a) That he has every right to be prideful.
(b) That he was raised to be selfish, so it isn't all his fault.
(c) That she pities him and his loneliness.
(d) That he is silly to fear.

10. Who stops the argument between Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy on her second evening at Netherfield?
(a) Mr. Hurst.
(b) Miss Bingley.
(c) Mr. Bingley.
(d) Jane.

11. Where was Elizabeth's favorite aunt raised?
(a) Meryton.
(b) Pemberley.
(c) London.
(d) Derbyshire.

12. Who comes to visit Elizabeth shortly after she refuses Mr. Collins?
(a) Mr. Darcy.
(b) Caroline Bingley.
(c) Mr. Wickham.
(d) Charlotte Lucas.

13. What does Elizabeth do when she hears Mr. Darcy slight her at the first ball of the book?
(a) She laughs and tells the story to all her friends.
(b) She plans to take vengeance on him.
(c) She confronts him about it.
(d) She cries and runs away.

14. What does Mr. Collins think about Elizabeth's initial refusal of him the night after the ball at Netherfield?
(a) She has lost a vital chance at a good match.
(b) She needs some time to think it over.
(c) She is cruel and vindictive.
(d) She is playing hard to get.

15. How many daughters does Mrs. Bennett have?
(a) 3.
(b) 4.
(c) 5.
(d) 6.

Short Answer Questions

1. Why does Elizabeth say it is so hard for her to forgive Mr. Darcy's statement about her at the first ball of the book?

2. What is in the letter from Caroline Bingley that distresses Jane a few days after the ball at Netherfield?

3. Why is Jane forced to stay at Netherfield overnight when she is asked to dine there by Miss Bingley?

4. How often does Charlotte and her husband dine with Lady Catherine?

5. What is Elizabeth forced to do while dining at Rosings one day after church?

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