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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 ship is spotted just off the coast of where Armand was seen?
(a) A sloop.
(b) A schooner.
(c) A barge.
(d) A frigate.
2. What does Suzanne talk about with Marguerite in the garden?
(a) Her relationship.
(b) The spy who was captured.
(c) Her mother.
(d) The Scarlet Pimpernel.
3. Where is the Blakeney estate?
4. Who does Margeurite talk to in the boudoir the second time?
(a) Lord Grenville.
(b) A server.
(c) A Cabinet Minister.
5. What did Lord Blakeney say Margeurite tested too much in their early marriage?
(a) His morals.
(b) His patience.
(c) His intelligence.
(d) His love.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Chauvelin have the Jewish man beaten?
2. Who talks to Margeurite just before she gets into her carriage to leave the ball?
3. How does Lord Blakeney tell Margeurite he is leaving after he talks with her?
4. Who is sent in search of Lord Blakeney when Andrew and Marguerite arrive in Calais?
5. Who retrieves the Blakeney's carriage to leave from the ball?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Blakeney escape from Chauvelin at the Chat Gris?
2. What do Jellyband and his daughter think Marguerite is up to when she is planning her trip to France with Andrew?
3. What does Chauvelin want Blakeney to be doing when he arrests him, and why?
4. How did Blakeney trick Chauvelin at the end of the book?
5. What does Chauvelin command his soldiers when they get to the cabin?
6. How does Marguerite feel after giving information to Chauvelin at the ball?
7. What relieves the tension Marguerite was feeling when she arrives in France?
8. What does Chauvelin say when he hears his secretary did not see Blakeny run out of the inn?
9. Who does Marguerite turn to for help when she realizes her husband is the Scarlet Pimpernel and why?
10. What does Marguerite tell Chauvelin at the ball?
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