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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 Mr. Markham hit Mr. Lawrence with in Chapter 14?
(a) A book.
(b) A whip.
(c) A stick.
(d) A riding crop.
2. Who does Mrs. Graham leave her son with in Chapter 7?
3. What happens to Mr. Lawrence when Mr. Markham hits him in Chapter 14?
(a) He hits back, quickly.
(b) He falls off his horse.
(c) He stumbles down steps.
(d) He passes out.
4. Where does Mrs. Graham entertain Mr. Markham and Rose when they visit in Chapter 5?
(a) The kitchen.
(b) The art studio.
(c) The garden.
(d) The bedroom.
5. What does Mrs. Graham do when she sees Mr. Markham looking through her art in Chapter 5?
(a) She offers to sell them to him.
(b) She laughs.
(c) She turns them around.
(d) She leaves the room.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Chapter 24, why does Mr. Huntingdon plan a trip to London?
2. How does Helen feel when Mr. Huntingdon finds the portrait of himself?
3. What does Mr. Markham tell Mrs. Graham when she is upset in Chapter 12?
4. How does Mr. Markham feel while visiting Mr. Wilson in Chapter 13?
5. In Chapter 7, why doesn't Mr. Markham carry Mrs. Graham's things for her?
Short Essay Questions
1. In Chapter 18, what is the relationship between Mr. Huntingdon and Annabella?
2. Why does Mrs. Graham organize a trip to the shore in Chapter 7?
3. What is Mr. Markham's first impression of Mrs. Graham?
4. In Chapter 9, what gossip does Eliza share?
5. Why is Mr. Markham writing a letter to his friend?
6. In Chapter 21, how do Mr. Huntingdon's friends react to his engagement to Helen?
7. How does Helen react when Mr. Huntingdon finds a portrait she drew in Chapter 18?
8. In Chapter 13, what bothers Mr. Markham about visiting Mr. Wilson?
9. How does Mr. Markham react to the gossip about Mrs. Graham in Chapter 9?
10. How does Helen convince her family to let her marry Mr. Huntingdon?
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