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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 necklace is Bertie given as collateral in Chapter 4?
2. To whom does Aunt Agatha wish to introduce Bertie?
(a) Julia Fish.
(b) Prudence Garland.
(c) Constance Keeble.
(d) Aline Hemmingway.
3. Why does Honoria become smitten with Bertie in Chapter 6?
(a) Jeeves tells her Bertie is smitten with her.
(b) She thinks Bertie is trying to impress her.
(c) She thinks Bertie treats Bingo's student like a little brother.
(d) She thinks a love letter from Bingo is from Bertie.
4. What relation is Sidney to Bertie's marriage prospect?
(a) He is her brother.
(b) He is her cousin.
(c) He is her uncle.
(d) He is her nephew.
5. What does Jeeves say attracted the cats to Bertie's bedroom?
(a) The cologne Bertie uses.
(b) The smell of warm laundry.
(c) A saucer of milk.
(d) The fish under the bed.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why is old Little housebound?
2. What does Jeeves steal from Sidney in Chapter 4?
3. What does Bertie give Sidney in Chapter 4?
4. How might Bingo be described?
5. Who are Claude and Eustace?
Short Essay Questions
1. How do Honoria and Oswald react to Bertie's plan?
2. Who are Aline and Sidney Hemmingway?
3. What do Bertie and Sir Roderick discover when they go to investigate the bedroom in Chapter 8? What does this discovery lead Sir Roderick to believe?
4. What plan does Bertie come up with in Chapter 5?
5. What does Bertie decide to wear on a driving date in Chapter 3 and how does Jeeves react?
6. How do Sir Roderick's hat, fish, and some cats end up in Bertie's flat?
7. What does Jeeves hand Sir Roderick as he is storming out of the flat in Chapter 8?
8. What goes wrong when Bertie tries to put the plan in action in Chapter 6?
9. How does Bertie exact revenge of sorts on his Aunt in Chapter 4?
10. What does Jeeves do that shocks Bertie in Chapter 5?
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