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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Elizabeth pass her time while visiting Charlotte at her new house?
(a) Long talks and long walks.
(b) Discussing religious matters with Mr. Collins.
(c) Writing letters to Jane.
2. What does Mrs. Bennett complain of when her husband denies the request to meet the man who has bought Netherfield?
(a) Her unmarried daughters.
(b) Her nerves.
(c) Her husband's unkindness.
(d) Her poor match.
3. 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?
(a) Too many people heard it.
(b) He seemed to truly mean it.
(c) He wounded her pride.
(d) He did not dance with her.
4. What does Mr. Collins do the morning after the ball at Netherfield?
(a) Wakes up in a drunken frenzy.
(b) Sleeps in.
(c) Returns to his home a week before expected.
(d) Proposes to Elizabeth.
5. Who takes an immediate liking to Elizabeth while she dines at Rosings after church one day?
(a) Colonel Fitzwilliam.
(b) Senator Fanghorn.
(c) Admiral Filkham.
(d) Sergeant Fillmore.
6. Who does Elizabeth seek out to protect her against further advances from Mr. Collins?
(a) Mr. Darcy.
(b) Her mother.
(c) Lady DeBourgh.
(d) Her father.
7. Who defends Elizabeth when Miss Bingley starts speaking poorly of her after their dinner together?
(b) Mr. Hurst.
(c) Darcy and Bingley.
(d) Mrs. Bennet.
8. How long does Mr. Collins stay at Longbourn after he is refused?
(a) One day.
(b) Two weeks.
(c) Until the end of his origianlly planned visit.
(d) One hour.
9. 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.
10. What causes a rift in the friendship between Elizabeth and Charlotte?
(a) Charlotte accepts Mr. Collin's proposal.
(b) Charlotte rebukes Elizabeth for refusing Mr. Collins.
(c) Charlotte speaks unkindly to Mr. Collins about Elizabeth.
(d) Elizabeth rebukes Charlotte for refusing Mr. Collins.
11. Who comes to visit Jane while she is stuck at Netherfield after dining with Miss Bingley?
(c) Mrs. Bennet.
12. Where did Mr. Bingley obtain his large fortune?
(a) His law firm.
(b) An inheritance.
(c) Through trade.
(d) The sale of a great property.
13. What does Mrs. Bennett think all single men are in pursuit of?
(a) A wife.
(b) More money.
(c) A loving neighbor.
(d) A job.
14. What is the name of the man who has just bought Netherfield?
(a) Mr. Darcy.
(b) Mr. Wickham.
(c) Mr. Bingley.
(d) Mr. Collins.
15. What is Elizabeth forced to do while dining at Rosings one day after church?
(a) Play the piano.
(c) Recite some scripture.
(d) Read a sermon.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Elizabeth first think of Bingley's sisters when they are introduced?
2. Where does Mr. Bingley choose to spend his winter?
3. What is the purpose of Mr. Collin's visit to Longbourn?
4. Why is Jane forced to stay at Netherfield overnight when she is asked to dine there by Miss Bingley?
5. What is Miss Bingley doing to amuse herself on Elizabeth's second evening at Netherfield?
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