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This test consists of 5 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) Flora left a note.
(d) She just knows.
2. Who does the governess ask Flora about?
(a) Miss Jessel.
(c) Peter Quint.
(d) Her uncle.
3. What do the governess and Miles discuss after dinner in Chapter 23?
(a) How much they miss Flora.
(b) That they are not quite alone.
(c) What they want to do the next day.
(d) Their friendship.
4. What does Miles claim as he invites the governess inside his room?
(a) That she is as loud as a cavalry.
(b) That Peter Quint wants to see her.
(c) That he has a crush on her.
(d) That his uncle is there.
5. What ominous statement does Miles leave the governess with before they separate the evening that she finds him on the lawn?
(a) "Think, you know, what I might do."
(b) "I do not like you."
(c) "I dare you to make me mad."
(d) "I will write my uncle if you do not allow me to do what I want."
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Miles offer to do for the governess?
2. When the governess returns to the house, what does she do?
3. What does the governess suspect about the children's relationship with the ghosts?
4. What does the governess do with the letter?
5. What does the governess receive instead?
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