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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. After Mr. Stoker leaves, who next comes into Chuffy's office?
(a) Sir Roderick.
2. How does Mr. Stoker react to Chuffy and Pauline's engagement?
(a) He is confused.
(b) He is relieved.
(c) He is ecstatic.
(d) He is not happy.
3. Where does Sir Roderick suggest he and Bertie can spend the night?
(a) The summer house.
(b) Bertie's garage.
(c) Bertie's shed.
(d) Chuffnell Regis.
4. What does Jeeves tell Bertie to darken his face with in Chapter 12?
(a) Oil paint.
(c) Boot polish.
(d) India ink.
5. Where does Mr. Stoker lock Bertie?
(a) In the games room.
(b) In a stateroom.
(c) In the bathroom.
(d) In a bedroom.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Brinkley discover and chase away in Chapter 16?
2. Why does Mr. Stoker believe Chuffy wants to marry Pauline?
3. What crime does Jeeves say Mr. Stoker was in danger of being charged with?
4. Who is having a birthday party aboard the yacht?
5. Who does Jeeves say Lady Chuffnell is very worried about?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Jeeves report he was able to set the record straight about in Chapter 11?
2. What does Jeeves tell Bertie about Sir Roderick and Seabury in Chapter 15?
3. Why does Bertie break into Chuffy's office in Chapter 17?
4. How does Seabury intend to get revenge on Sir Roderick?
5. Why does Bertie set about sneaking out of his cottage in Chapter 13?
6. What does Bertie see as he observes the Dower House?
7. What does Mr. Stoker do to Bertie after they have dinner together in Chapter 11?
8. Where did Mr. Stoker end up finding his daughter on the night she slipped off the yacht?
9. What causes a fight between Sir Roderick and the Dowager Lady Chuffnell in Chapter 15?
10. Where does Sir Roderick suggest he and Bertie might go to clean their faces and spend the night? Why does Bertie refuse to go with Sir Roderick?
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