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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What do the governess and Miles discuss after dinner in Chapter 23?
(a) That they are not quite alone.
(b) How much they miss Flora.
(c) What they want to do the next day.
(d) Their friendship.
2. What does Mrs. Grose see?
(a) Miss Jessel.
(c) Her employer.
(d) Peter Quint.
3. In what does the governess find the answer to saving Miles?
(a) Miles' extraordinary intelligence.
(b) Advice from Mrs. Grose.
(c) A book about raising children.
(d) A letter from her employer.
4. What does the governess believe that Miles' visit to her the night before Mrs. Grose and Flora leave indicates?
(a) That he no longer sees the ghosts.
(b) That he likes her.
(c) That he wants to confide in her.
(d) That he hates her.
5. What does Miles claim as he invites the governess inside his room?
(a) That she is as loud as a cavalry.
(b) That his uncle is there.
(c) That Peter Quint wants to see her.
(d) That he has a crush on her.
6. What does Flora say about Miss Jessel the night after Mrs. Grose and the governess find her at the lake?
(a) Flora claims Miss Jessel is still alive.
(b) Flora admits to seeing Miss Jessel.
(c) Flora does not know how Miss Jessel is.
(d) Flora continues to deny seeing Miss Jessel.
7. Why does Miles claim the governess stays at Bly after Mrs. Grose and Flora leave?
(a) To scare him.
(b) To earn more money.
(c) To punish him.
(d) To hear him tell what she waited to hear.
8. How does the governess feel that summoning her employer would be viewed?
(a) Telling him that she is in love with him.
(b) Acknowledging that she needs help.
(c) Admission that she cannot handle things.
(d) Suggesting that she has been hiding things.
9. What does Mrs. Grose ask the governess?
(a) If the governess has seen the ghosts lately.
(b) Where the children are.
(c) When their employer is visiting Bly.
(d) If the governess has written the letter to the employer.
10. What does Mrs. Grose want to do in Chapter 12?
(a) Request that the master take the children away.
(b) Write a letter to the children's parents.
(c) Leave Bly.
(d) Call the priest to banish the ghosts.
11. How does the governess feel after Mrs. Grose and Flora's departure?
(d) More anxious than ever.
12. What is the governess certain of in Chapter 13?
(a) She will be fired soon.
(b) Miles and Flora are evil.
(c) She is in love with her employer.
(d) Miles and Flora knows she is aware of the visitors.
13. What does the governess think the ghosts want with the children?
(a) To fill them with evil.
(b) To teach them about death.
(c) They miss the children.
(d) To distrust the governess.
14. What does the governess suspect about the children's relationship with the ghosts?
(a) The employer will visit Bly soon.
(b) Mrs. Grose is in love with the employer.
(c) Miles and Flora meet Miss Jessel and Peter Quint regularly.
(d) That she will die at Bly.
15. What does Mrs. Grose think about the governess' hypothesis?
(a) She disbelieves that a child can take the boat and hide it.
(b) She decides to return to Bly.
(c) She believes the governess.
(d) She thinks the governess is crazy.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Miles ask the governess in Chapter 14?
2. What does the governess want Flora to do?
3. What does Mrs. Grose object to?
4. What is the governess unable to do that night?
5. What does Flora do when she is found?
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