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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Chase offer to teach Sharpe to play?
2. Why does Lord William tell Lady Grace he dislikes Braithwaite?
(a) He was dishonest.
(b) He was common.
(c) He had no humor.
(d) He lacked subtlety.
3. What causes the French officer to drop his sword on deck?
(a) Sharpe's expression.
(b) Chase's orders.
(c) Clouter's presence.
(d) Sharpe's gun.
4. What kind of people are the only people Armstrong likes?
(a) People from Northumberland.
(b) People from River Tyne.
(c) People from Scotland.
(d) People from London.
5. What does Sharpe claim Braithwaite wants Lady Grace to give him in return for his silence?
(a) Her diamonds.
(b) Her car.
(c) Her jewels.
(d) Her estate.
6. Which character in this section is described as having a fragile air?
(b) Lord William.
7. Which of the following does Admiral Nelson say is not a virtue?
(c) Good humor.
8. What is the name of Sir Arthur's horse?
(c) Blue Peter.
9. What does Sharpe ask Simmons to fetch?
(a) Gun powder.
(b) Cannon balls.
10. Who does Sharpe compare Lord William's appearance to?
11. What does Sharpe give Lady Grace to protect herself with?
(a) A pistol.
(b) A dagger.
(c) A crucifix.
(d) A musket.
12. What is the name of the ship that Chase goes after?
13. What do sailors like to grease ladders with as a practical joke?
14. What does Peel say causes a lull in the wind?
(b) Firing guns.
(c) Raising the sails too early.
15. Why does Braithewaite say he is like Sharpe?
(a) He is also poor.
(b) He is also from Yorkshire.
(c) He also Lord William.
(d) He is also a criminal.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Braitewaite's father's job?
2. Whose luggage does Braithwaite go through?
3. Who did Lord Nelson refuse to leave behind?
4. Who does Sharpe say had a bad habit of choosing the wrong side?
5. Why does Sharpe say the Maharattas don't take well to discipline?
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