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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. With what is Wellesley captivated?
(a) Madame Visser's beauty.
(b) The mare in the stables.
(c) The stallion in the stables.
(d) The sight of the gold.
2. Where is the rest of the Danish army?
(a) In Southern Denmark.
(b) They have to be called up.
(c) On the Russian border.
(d) On the northeastern border.
3. Who does Sharpe speak to at Skovaard's warehouse?
(b) An English naval officer.
4. Why does Skovaard say the Danes do not move there fleet?
(a) They are planning a move at this time.
(b) This is their land and they will not be intimidated.
(c) There is no safe place to go.
(d) It's too close to winter and ice is already forming up North.
5. Where does Sharpe wait to enter the city?
(a) The sewers.
(b) A hay wagon.
(c) A bomb ship.
(d) A warehouse.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is one thing Hopper provides Sharpe?
2. What does Wellesley order Sharpe to take to General Cathcart?
3. How do the people pass secrets?
4. How man guineas did England actually send with Lavisser?
5. What does Gordon tell Sharpe is crucial for Sharpe to do?
Short Essay Questions
1. What do General Payman, Lavisser adn the Danish Crown Prince discuss?
2. Describe the interaction between Captain Dunnett and Sharpe.
3. What does the leter to General Payman from the British say and what is Peyman's response?
4. Describe Sharpe's converstion with Madam Visser.
5. What is said about General Castenschiold's Danish militia?
6. Describe the encounter between Sharpe and Barker.
7. What does Hopper give Sharpe when Sharpe first arrives on his ship, and what do Hopper and Chase say to Sharpe about Grace?
8. How does Sharpe prove Visser's involvement with the French?
9. Describe the interaction between Sharpe and Bang at the end of this chapter.
10. What does Sharpe ask of Chase and what is Chase's response?
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