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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 does old Little invite Bertie to in Chapter 2?
(a) Sabotage Bingo's romance.
(b) Go to the theatre with him.
(c) Have lunch with him.
(d) Go on a trip with Bingo.
2. Who will read to Bertie in the drawing room at the end of Chapter 6?
(a) Bingo's student.
3. What "career" has Bertie been doing well in at the beginning of Chapter 3?
(a) Betting on horse races.
(b) Playing the stock market.
(c) Matchmaking his friends.
(d) Playing cricket.
4. Which of Bertie's relatives does Sir Roderick recall had an unhealthy obsession?
(a) Aunt Dahlia.
(b) Uncle Henry.
(c) Aunt Agatha.
(d) Uncle Thomas.
5. What is the name of Claude and Eustace's companion who is with them for the day?
(a) Lord Yaxley.
(b) Lord Worplesdon.
(c) Lord Rainsby.
(d) Lord Pershore.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is attracted to Miss Watson?
2. How does Bertie cope while Jeeves is on vacation?
3. What kind of necklace is Bertie given as collateral in Chapter 4?
4. Whom does Aunt Agatha recommend as a wife to Bertie in Chapter 5?
5. Where does Bingo take Bertie in Chapter 1?
Short Essay Questions
1. What plan does Bertie come up with in Chapter 5?
2. Why does old Little want to have lunch with Wooster in Chapter 2?
3. What does Aunt Agatha invite Bertie to in Chapter 3 and how does Bertie react to the invitation?
4. Why does Bingo take Bertie to a tea-and-buns shop in Chapter 1?
5. How does Jeeves save the day in Chapter 4?
6. What is Bingo's excuse for not being at the meeting place for the scheme in Chapter 6?
7. What does Honoria inform Bertie will have to happen after they are married?
8. How do the Hemmingways trick Bertie in Chapter 4?
9. What goes wrong when Bertie tries to put the plan in action in Chapter 6?
10. When Sir Roderick arrives for lunch at Bertie's, what does he explain was stolen from him?
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