Final Test - Easy
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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who lays in bed at the beginning of Chapter 11, "Iphigenia"?
2. How is Sir Abraham described?
(a) Big and tall.
(b) Short and skinny.
(c) Tall and thin.
(d) Short and fat.
3. Why does the narrator, when addressing his female readers, say they do not understand Eleanor?
(a) Because she is younger than them.
(b) Because she is uneducated.
(c) Because she is not pretty.
(d) Because they are already married.
4. The same person who owns Crabtree Canonicorum also owns a hospitable villa on what lake?
(a) Lake Como.
(b) Lake Prespa.
(c) Lake Maggiore.
(d) Lake Geneva.
5. What does Harding say is nice about his little cottage?
(a) The fireplace.
(b) The balcony.
(c) The garden.
(d) The stairwell.
6. How much is Harding's little cottage worth a year?
(a) 60 pounds.
(b) 100 pounds.
(c) 120 pounds.
(d) 80 pounds.
7. What does Anticant do for a living?
(d) Law enforcement.
8. What Greek mythological character does Eleanor want to be like?
9. Who is Bold out with when Eleanor goes to see him?
(c) Sir Abraham.
10. The narrator says unmarried woman of what age would oppose Eleanor and not give her sympathy?
11. What is the last name of Tom, who works at a powerful newspaper?
12. The narrator says Eleanor will receive sympathy from women older than what age?
13. Who says, "Mr. Bold can't dispute the truth of every word in that article you have just read--nor can I."
14. What do critics say Anticant cannot do?
(a) Relate to people.
(b) Write English.
(c) Paint with watercolors.
15. Who tells Bold that Eleanor has come to see him?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Harding owe money to when he plans to sell personal belongings?
2. In what country has Anticant spent most of his earlier days?
3. What is the name of the cottage Eleanor and Harding decide to live in?
4. Who offers Harding several jobs to keep him nearby?
5. The narrator says Eleanor will receive sympathy from girls younger than what age?
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