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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. At the end of "The Adventure of the Noble Bachelor," who does Holmes eat dinner with?
(a) St. Simon.
(b) Moulton and Doran.
(d) Inspector Lestrade.
2. What happens to Holder's niece?
(a) She runs away.
(b) She is locked in her home.
(c) She is murdered.
(d) She disappears.
3. While sitting, what does Hunter notice?
(a) The animal being set free.
(b) A man watching her.
(c) Mr. Rucastle stealing from the kitchen.
(d) Holmes sneaking up on Mr. Rucastle.
4. Who is Holmes' client in "The Adventures of the Engineer's Thumb?"
(a) Inspector Bradstreet.
(b) Victor Hatherly.
(c) Miss Helen Stoner.
(d) Colonnel Lysander Stark.
5. What is the Beryl Coronet known for?
(a) Its historical value to England.
(b) Where it was found.
(c) Its unusual color.
(d) Its size.
6. Who took the beryl coronet?
(a) Sir George Burnwell.
(b) No one, it was misplaced.
(c) Holder's son.
(d) Holder's niece.
7. What does Helen hear that makes her nervous in "The Adventure of the Speckled Band?"
(a) A whistling and a metal clamp.
(b) A scream and a siren.
(c) Animal noises.
(d) Scraping on the wall.
8. When Holmes and Watson arrive at the main character's home in "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," where does she go?
(a) To a nearby inn.
(b) To a friends house.
(c) Downstairs in the basement.
(d) On the roof.
9. What is unusual about the requirements for the job Miss Violet Hunter seeks?
(a) She would need to wear specific dresses and cut her hair.
(b) She wouldn't be paid very much.
(c) She would need to wear funny shoes and glasses.
(d) It is an unusual job for a woman.
10. What happens to Mr. Rucastle's daughter?
(a) She remains locked in her bedroom.
(b) She escapes with her lover.
(c) She is severely injured by the animal.
(d) She is killed escaping her home.
11. In "The Adventures of the Engineer's Thumb," what does Holmes conclude about the machine?
(a) It is used for torture.
(b) It is used as a printing press.
(c) It is used for counterfeiting.
(d) It is stolen.
12. When the engineer arrives at the designated spot in "The Adventures of the Engineer's Thumb," what is the German woman's attitude towards him?
(a) She welcomes him into her home.
(b) She asks him for help.
(c) She implores him to leave immediately.
(d) She wonders what he is doing there.
13. In "The Adventure of the Copper Beeches," why does Mr. Rucastle not want his daughter to get married?
(a) He stands to lose a considerable sum of money.
(b) He needs her help to raise the other children.
(c) He is overprotective of her and wants her to stay.
(d) He loves her to much to have her move away.
14. How does the stepfather die in "The Adventure of the Speckled Band?"
(a) He commits suicide.
(b) He is attacked by a snake.
(c) He is killed by his stepdaughter.
(d) He is poisoned.
15. In "The Adventures of the Engineer's Thumb," what body part of the main character was cut off?
Short Answer Questions
1. At the end of "The Adventure of the Beryl Coronet," what happens to Holder's son?
2. What year does "The Adventures of the Engineer's Thumb" begin?
3. In "The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle," who delivers the black hat to Holmes?
4. In "The Adventure of the Copper Beeches," where is Hunter required to sit?
5. Why does Holder take the Coronet home with him?
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