Pride and Prejudice Test | Mid-Book Test - Easy

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

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What causes a rift in the friendship between Elizabeth and Charlotte?
(a) Elizabeth rebukes Charlotte for refusing Mr. Collins.
(b) Charlotte accepts Mr. Collin's proposal.
(c) Charlotte speaks unkindly to Mr. Collins about Elizabeth.
(d) Charlotte rebukes Elizabeth for refusing Mr. Collins.

2. How does Mrs. Bennet respond to the news of Elizabeth's initial refusal the night after the ball at Longbourn?
(a) She is confused.
(b) She is extremely happy.
(c) She is furious.
(d) She is relieved.

3. 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 he is silly to fear.
(d) That she pities him and his loneliness.

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

5. 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 sure both parties are deceived.
(c) She is angry and feels the need to end her engagement with Bingley.
(d) She is certain that it is true and is ready to spread the news to everyone.

6. How does Elizabeth pass her time while visiting Charlotte at her new house?
(a) Long talks and long walks.
(b) Reading.
(c) Discussing religious matters with Mr. Collins.
(d) Writing letters to Jane.

7. What is Elizabeth forced to do while dining at Rosings one day after church?
(a) Recite some scripture.
(b) Play the piano.
(c) Read a sermon.
(d) Sing.

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

9. What does Caroline convince Elizabeth to do while in the drawing room on her third night at Netherfield?
(a) Walk about the room.
(b) Play a card game.
(c) Read a book with her.
(d) Join in a debate.

10. Why are Mr. Bennet's closest relatives not to inherit his house and fortune after he dies?
(a) They are all females.
(b) He does not trust them to do what is wise with the property.
(c) He feels ashamed of his closest relations.
(d) He promised his father to care for his cousin.

11. 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 playing hard to get.
(d) She is cruel and vindictive.

12. What makes Mrs. Bennet ill and irritable after Elizabeth refuses Mr. Collins?
(a) Lydia's constant prattling.
(b) Mary's poor piano playing.
(c) Mr. Bingley's absence, and Charlotte's engagement.
(d) Mr. Bennet's sarcastic remarks.

13. What does Mr. Bennet tell Elizabeth he will do if she accepts Mr. Collin's proposal?
(a) Never speak with her again.
(b) Double her dowry.
(c) Allow them to live at Longbourn.
(d) Visit her often.

14. What is Charlotte's sister's name?
(a) Mary.
(b) Martha.
(c) Melanie.
(d) Maria.

15. How often does Charlotte and her husband dine with Lady Catherine?
(a) Twice a week.
(b) Every other day.
(c) Once a month.
(d) Once a fortnight.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does Lady Catherine do to Elizabeth during her first dinner at Lady Catherine's home?

2. Who takes an immediate liking to Elizabeth while she dines at Rosings after church one day?

3. How many daughters does Mrs. Bennett have?

4. Who comes to Meryton that offers more gossip than Lydia can handle at the beginning of the book?

5. Who is Mr. Bennett's favorite daughter?

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