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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. What kind of animal do Holmes and Watson see as they come across the lawn at night?
2. Where does the ventilator in Julia's room lead to?
(a) Dr. Roylott's room.
(b) Helen's room.
(c) The outside air.
(d) The hall way.
3. What kind of animal does Holmes ask about when he is looking at Roylott's room?
(a) A monkey.
(b) A cat.
(c) A ferret.
(d) A dog.
4. What does Holmes chastise himself for while telling Watson how he solved the case?
(a) Not learning more about the snake.
(b) Jumping to conclusions.
(c) Not acting fast enough to save Roylott.
(d) Being too risky with Helen's life.
5. What did Holmes see on the chair in Roylott's room that proved his theory?
(a) Snake scales.
(b) Foot prints.
(c) Milk droplets.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is sitting on top of the safe in Roylott's room?
2. What does Holmes examine before he finishes his study of Roylott's room?
3. Why does Holmes say he knows he can defeat Roylott?
4. What bothered Julia when she was locked in her room at night?
5. How long before Julia's death was the bell-pull installed?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is Roylott's bedroom described?
2. What instructions does Holmes give Helen before he leaves to his Inn for the night?
3. How did Holmes say he knew he would find a ventilator between Julia and Roylott's room?
4. How does Helen react when she is told Roylott followed her to London?
5. What did the authorities decide after investigating Roylott's death?
6. How does Watson describe the whistling sound he hears in Julia's room?
7. What does Holmes say to try and dissuade Watson from joining the plan that night, and how does Watson respond to this?
8. How does Watson describe the estate belonging to Grimesby Roylott?
9. Where does Holmes plan to spend that night, and why?
10. What was heard just after Holmes hit at the bell pull?
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