|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Mrs. Bennet respond to the news of Elizabeth's initial refusal the night after the ball at Longbourn?
(a) She is furious.
(b) She is extremely happy.
(c) She is confused.
(d) She is relieved.
2. What does Mr. Collins do the morning after the Bennets and Lucases dine together?
(a) Writes to Lady DeBourgh for advice.
(b) Propose to Charlotte.
(c) Tries to find a new profession.
(d) Leave for home.
3. What does Lady Catherine do to Elizabeth during her first dinner at Lady Catherine's home?
(a) Instructs her in proper attire.
(b) Peppers her with questions.
(c) Demeans her family.
(d) Compliments her refusal of Mr. Collins.
4. 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 is cruel and vindictive.
(c) She needs some time to think it over.
(d) She is playing hard to get.
5. How does Elizabeth describe her first reaction to Lady Catherine?
(a) Shrewd and arrogant.
(b) Large and haughty.
(c) Thin and sickly.
(d) Proud and loud.
6. What does Mr. Bennet tell Elizabeth he will do if she accepts Mr. Collin's proposal?
(a) Visit her often.
(b) Allow them to live at Longbourn.
(c) Never speak with her again.
(d) Double her dowry.
7. While Bingley is beginning to court Jane, what does Mr. Darcy begin to notice about Lizzie that makes her more beautiful in his eyes?
(a) Her docility and tenderness.
(b) Her intelligence and wit.
(c) Her quick temper.
(d) Her polite regard of his status.
8. What breaks up the conversation between Elizabeth and Wickham at the party at Mrs. Phillip's house?
(a) Another conversation.
(c) A dance.
(d) A game of whist.
9. How long has Mr. Wickham known Mr. Darcy?
(a) 10 years.
(b) 2 years.
(c) Since infancy.
(d) 6 months.
10. What is Elizabeth doing to pass the time on her second evening at Netherfield while caring for Jane?
(a) Playing a card game.
(b) Needlepoint work.
(c) Reading a book.
(d) Writing a letter.
11. How long does Mr. Collins stay at Longbourn after he is refused?
(a) Until the end of his origianlly planned visit.
(b) One day.
(c) One hour.
(d) Two weeks.
12. Who is to inherit Longbourn when Mr. Bennet dies?
(a) Mr. Bennet.
(b) Mr. Collins.
(d) The sisters, all equally.
13. Where do the Bennet sisters go after their chance meeting on the way to Meryton?
(a) Their aunt's house.
(b) The regiment office.
(d) The post office.
14. What is Jane's reaction to Mr. Wickham's portrayal of Mr. Darcy?
(a) She knows this to be false and is confused about what to do about it.
(b) She is angry and feels the need to end her engagement with Bingley.
(c) She is sure both parties are deceived.
(d) She is certain that it is true and is ready to spread the news to everyone.
15. Who comes to Meryton that offers more gossip than Lydia can handle at the beginning of the book?
(a) The royal family.
(b) The Bingleys.
(c) A regiment of soldiers.
(d) Mr. Darcy.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Jane travel to the Bingley's house when she is asked to dine there by Miss Bingley?
2. Why are Mr. Bennet's closest relatives not to inherit his house and fortune after he dies?
3. How many daughters does Mrs. Bennett have?
4. What do Bingley and his sisters come to Longbourn to personally deliver?
5. Who is the happiest to see Jane and Elizabeth head home from Netherfield?
This section contains 615 words
(approx. 3 pages at 300 words per page)