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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In what does the governess find the answer to saving Miles?
(a) A book about raising children.
(b) Miles' extraordinary intelligence.
(c) A letter from her employer.
(d) Advice from Mrs. Grose.
2. How does the governess justify her theory?
(a) She has seen Flora do it before.
(b) Flora left a note.
(c) Flora is not a child at times but an old woman.
(d) She just knows.
3. What does the governess want to do after her conversation with Miles?
(a) Get away from Miles.
(b) Have children.
(c) Get married.
(d) Talk to Miss Jessel.
4. What does Mrs. Grose object to?
(a) The governess quitting her job.
(b) The presence of the ghosts.
(c) Searching for Flora.
(d) Flora leaving the house without her hat.
5. After the incident, what does the governess decide?
(a) That she must escape.
(b) That she should seek mental help.
(c) That she must stay at Bly.
(d) That the children are doomed.
6. Where does the governess think Flora is?
(a) In her bed.
(b) At her uncle's house.
(c) In the classroom.
(d) At the lake.
7. What does the governess see in the schoolroom?
(a) Miss Jessel and Peter Quint dancing.
(b) Miles and Flora talking to Miss Jessel and Peter Quint.
(c) Miss Jessel sitting at the table with her head in her hands.
(d) Her schoolbooks thrown about.
8. Why does Mrs. Grose react this way?
(a) She was not at church either.
(b) She is not feeling very well.
(c) The children told her not to say anything.
(d) She does not care about the governess.
9. Who does the governess ask Flora about?
(a) Peter Quint.
(c) Her uncle.
(d) Miss Jessel.
10. What does the governess tell Mrs. Grose to do at the end of Chapter 20?
(a) Take Flora to her uncle's house.
(b) Cook dinner immediately.
(c) Take Miles to school.
(d) Never speak to her again.
11. How does the governess feel after Mrs. Grose and Flora's departure?
(b) More anxious than ever.
12. How does the governess feel that summoning her employer would be viewed?
(a) Suggesting that she has been hiding things.
(b) Telling him that she is in love with him.
(c) Admission that she cannot handle things.
(d) Acknowledging that she needs help.
13. What does the governess do with the children's letters to their uncle?
(a) Tells the children that she will not send them.
(b) Mails them to her employer.
(c) Saves them in her own collection.
(d) Burns them.
14. How does Flora react?
(a) Kicks Mrs. Grose in the shins.
(b) Refuses to look at Miss Jessel and looks at the governess accusingly instead.
(c) Runs to Miss Jessel.
(d) Screams at the governess.
15. What indicates the ghosts' presence to the governess?
(a) The appearance of the ghosts.
(b) A cold burst of wind.
(c) A loud noise and the children's cries.
(d) A sudden hush and an abrupt change in activity.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Miles offer to do for the governess?
2. What does the governess do with the letter?
3. What does Mrs. Grose see?
4. What strange things does Miles think about when he sits up at night?
5. How does the governess plan to save Miles?
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