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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What strange things does Miles think about when he sits up at night?
(a) His education and his decision to drop out of school.
(b) How his parents died and his relationship with Flora.
(c) The governess' treatment of him and Flora, and how it compares to the way Miss Jessel treated them.
(d) The way the governess raises him and the other bit which he will not define but claims the governess knows.
2. Where does the governess search for Flora?
(a) In her bedroom.
(b) At the lake.
(c) At her uncle's house.
(d) In the classroom.
3. What does the governess expect as a result of skipping church?
(a) Her employer to arrive.
(b) The children to disappear.
(d) To be fired.
4. What does the governess frequently argue with herself about?
(a) Whether her employer loves her.
(b) Whether she should mention the ghosts.
(c) Whether she really sees the ghosts.
(d) Whether the children are evil.
5. What does the governess tell Mrs. Grose she did instead of attending church?
(a) Pack her bags.
(b) Go shopping.
(c) Return to the house.
(d) Visit her employer.
6. Why does Mrs. Grose react this way?
(a) She does not care about the governess.
(b) The children told her not to say anything.
(c) She was not at church either.
(d) She is not feeling very well.
7. How does the governess feel after Mrs. Grose and Flora's departure?
(c) More anxious than ever.
8. What indicates the ghosts' presence to the governess?
(a) A cold burst of wind.
(b) A sudden hush and an abrupt change in activity.
(c) The appearance of the ghosts.
(d) A loud noise and the children's cries.
9. What does the governess want to do after her conversation with Miles?
(a) Get married.
(b) Have children.
(c) Talk to Miss Jessel.
(d) Get away from Miles.
10. What is the governess unable to do that night?
(a) Eat her dinner.
(b) See the ghosts.
(c) Write a letter to her employer.
11. What does the governess want Flora to do?
(a) Tell her where Miles is hiding.
(b) Stop yelling.
(c) Admit to seeing Miss Jessel's presence.
(d) Go to her uncle's house.
12. How does the governess respond to Miles' request and reasoning?
(a) The governess does not like him either.
(b) Miles' parents will never return.
(c) Miles cannot be friends with Peter Quint anymore.
(d) Miles does not have his own kind, except Flora.
13. What does Miles want to do in Chapter 14?
(a) Go to church.
(b) Live with his uncle.
(c) Convince his uncle to come to Bly.
(d) Make the governess quit.
14. Where does the governess think Flora is?
(a) In her bed.
(b) At her uncle's house.
(c) At the lake.
(d) In the classroom.
15. What does the governess believe that Miles' visit to her the night before Mrs. Grose and Flora leave indicates?
(a) That he hates her.
(b) That he wants to confide in her.
(c) That he likes her.
(d) That he no longer sees the ghosts.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the governess certain of in Chapter 13?
2. What do the governess and children avoid mentioning?
3. What does the governess tell Miles he must do if he wants to return to school?
4. After the incident, what does the governess decide?
5. What does the governess forget about?
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