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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does the governess justify her theory?
(a) Flora is not a child at times but an old woman.
(b) She has seen Flora do it before.
(c) She just knows.
(d) Flora left a note.
2. What happens after the governess' declaration to Miles?
(a) Miles attacks the governess.
(b) The governess faints.
(c) A gust of cold air shakes the room, and Miles shrieks.
(d) Peter Quint appears and stares at the governess.
3. How does the governess feel that summoning her employer would be viewed?
(a) Acknowledging that she needs help.
(b) Admission that she cannot handle things.
(c) Telling him that she is in love with him.
(d) Suggesting that she has been hiding things.
4. On the evening that Mrs. Grose and Flora leave Bly, what does the governess reflect upon as she waits for Miles to join her?
(a) Her feelings for her employer.
(b) How much she misses Mrs. Grose and Flora.
(c) The fact that she does not like children.
(d) That she is fighting something unnatural.
5. What does the governess feel will happen if she can convince Miles to confess?
(a) He will be saved and so will she.
(b) The ghosts will kill Miles and the governess.
(c) Miles will be able to return to school.
(d) The employer will punish Miles.
6. In Chapter 22, what does the governess decide she will have to do to save Miles?
(a) Supply "all the nature".
(b) Contact his uncle.
(c) Beat it into him.
(d) Send him back to school.
7. The morning after the events with Flora at the lake, why does Mrs. Grose say that she no longer has any doubt about their supernatural visitors?
(a) Because Mrs. Grose can see that Flora has grown quite old.
(b) Because the ghosts visited Mrs. Grose the night before.
(c) Because Flora admitted to seeing Miss Jessel.
(d) Because Miles admitted to seeing Peter Quint.
8. What does the governess forget about?
(a) The ghosts.
(b) Her employer.
9. What does the governess tell Mrs. Grose she did instead of attending church?
(a) Pack her bags.
(b) Visit her employer.
(c) Go shopping.
(d) Return to the house.
10. What indicates the ghosts' presence to the governess?
(a) A cold burst of wind.
(b) A loud noise and the children's cries.
(c) A sudden hush and an abrupt change in activity.
(d) The appearance of the ghosts.
11. What does Miles offer to do for the governess?
(a) Buy her a gift.
(b) Read her a story.
(c) Cook her dinner.
(d) Play the piano.
12. How does the governess feel after Mrs. Grose and Flora's departure?
(b) More anxious than ever.
13. What does the governess do with the letter?
(a) Leave it on the table for Luke to post.
(b) Throw it away.
(c) Mail it.
(d) Burn it.
14. What does the governess see in the schoolroom?
(a) Miss Jessel sitting at the table with her head in her hands.
(b) Miss Jessel and Peter Quint dancing.
(c) Miles and Flora talking to Miss Jessel and Peter Quint.
(d) Her schoolbooks thrown about.
15. Why does the governess feel that she can take care of things after Mrs. Grose and Flora leave Bly?
(a) Because she knows that Mrs. Grose will vouch for her honesty.
(b) Because she no longer cares what her employer thinks.
(c) Because the ghosts are gone.
(d) Because she will not have to worry about Flora.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Miles say he likes?
2. What does the governess suspect about the children's relationship with the ghosts?
3. Why does the governess tell Miles she stays at Bly after Mrs. Grose and Flora leave?
4. What does the governess believe Miles is doing as he peers out the window after dinner?
5. Where does the governess search for Flora?
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