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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Frieda think of K.'s conversation with Hans?
(a) K. was argumentative.
(b) K. was deceptive.
(c) K. was judgemental.
(d) K. was helpful.
2. What does Erlanger ask from K.?
(a) That Frieda return to her post.
(b) That Jeremias return to the Castle.
(c) That K. stop seeing Barnabas's family.
(d) That K. leave the town.
3. What does Frieda say that K. wants from Hans' family?
(a) Access to the Castle.
(b) A place to stay for free.
4. What crime had the Castle formally charged the family with?
(a) Evading an order to appear.
(b) Insulting a nobleman.
(d) Being a public nuisance.
5. Why does Barnabas want the job of messenger?
(a) For the chance to overhear conversations.
(b) For the status it brings.
(c) Because he is endebted to Klamm.
(d) For the money it brings.
6. What was the family's response to being ostracized by the community?
(a) To do nothing.
(b) To snub the most prominent members of the community.
(c) To write letters to the Castle.
(d) To complain constantly to whoever would listen.
7. Which of Barnabas's siblings is at the house when K. arrives?
(c) Neither Amelia nor Olga.
(d) Both Amelia and Olga.
8. Who knocks on K.'s door at the beginning of Chapter XIII?
(a) One of the children of the master tanner.
(c) One of the workers from the Gentlemen's Inn.
(d) One of the assistants.
9. What does K. say about Amalia's attractiveness?
(a) She is annoyingly bubbly.
(b) Her friendly personality makes her irresistable.
(c) She is too reserved and unapproachable.
(d) She is far lovelier than Frieda.
10. Does Olga think her family could have restored their position in the village?
(a) No, because of Sortini's high position.
(b) Yes, if they had tried to get in the village's good graces.
(c) No, because of the particularly wrong they committed.
(d) Yes, if the Castle had intervened
11. What is the relationship between Schwarzer and Gisa?
(a) Schwarzer is courting Gisa.
(b) Schwarzer is Gisa's enemy.
(c) Schwazer is Gisa's employer.
(d) Schwarzer is like a brother to Gisa.
12. Who is waiting at the meeting place when K. gets there?
(a) No one.
(b) A large crowd of people.
(c) Frieda and Amalia.
(d) The landlord and landlady.
13. What does K. say about Olga's attractiveness?
(a) She is pretty but not friendly.
(b) She is both pretty and friendly.
(c) She is friendly but not pretty.
(d) She is neither pretty nor friendly.
14. What does Buergel talk to K. about?
(a) The private lives of the Castle elite.
(b) The way the secretary system works.
(c) The schedule of arrivals and departures at the Gentlemen's Inn.
(d) The architectural design of the Castle.
15. Where does the letter-writer want to meet K.?
(a) In the Gentlemen's Inn.
(b) At the schoolhouse.
(c) At the Bridge Inn.
(d) At the Castle gates.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Buergel do when K. stumbles into his room?
2. What do the gentlemen in the Gentlemen's Inn do to call the landlord?
3. How easy does K. think it will be to win Frieda back?
4. What did Sortini order Amalia to do in his letter?
5. What does K. say about the schoolteacher scolding him?
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