Villette Test | Final Test - Easy

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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. When everyone else at the school seems to be afraid of M. Paul and his temper, who is the one person who seems to challenge him?
(a) Fifine.
(b) Mr. Home.
(c) Mrs. Bretton.
(d) Lucy.

2. What is Lucy wearing the day of the school's breakfast in the country that causes M. Paul to make fun of her?
(a) A pink dress.
(b) Pointy shoes.
(c) A boring shawl.
(d) A feathery hat.

3. In the end of the book, Lucy tells the readers that the skies are darkening and that many ships have been lost to the sea. Lucy never confirms that M. Paul returned to her. What does this leave the reader to infer?
(a) M. Paul decided to stay abroad.
(b) M. Paul is not coming home via ship.
(c) M. Paul's ship was lost at sea.
(d) Lucy no longer loves M. Paul.

4. Paulina asks Lucy her opinion of Graham. What does Lucy say about Graham?
(a) He is rude.
(b) He does not like Paulina.
(c) He is too quiet.
(d) He is a kind man.

5. M. Paul is leaving Europe to go where?
(a) North America.
(b) Zimbabwe.
(c) Guadalupe.
(d) South Africa.

6. Who does Lucy see leaving Madame Walravens house when she is visiting on behalf of Madame Beck?
(a) Dr. Graham.
(b) M. Paul.
(c) A young child.
(d) A priest.

7. Why is Paulina nervous to tell her father about her love for Dr. Bretton?
(a) She does not want to hurt him.
(b) Her father does not like Dr. Bretton.
(c) Her father does not want her to marry.
(d) She is afraid of her father.

8. While M. Paul is gone he writes letters to Lucy, what does he say about her religion?
(a) That Lucy is silly for being Protestant.
(b) That he realizes Protestantism is the only way.
(c) That she should remain Protestant.
(d) The Lucy should become Catholic like him.

9. Who does Lucy see when she sneaks off at night to the Haute-Ville for the fete night celebration?
(a) Mrs. Leigh.
(b) The nun.
(c) The Brettons.
(d) Zylie.

10. What does M. Paul give to a child to pass on to Lucy as he is leaving the school?
(a) A note.
(b) A flower.
(c) A ring.
(d) A hankerchief.

11. What subject does M. Paul decide to teach Lucy himself?
(a) Arithmetic.
(b) English.
(c) German.
(d) History.

12. How does Lucy respond to the comments from Messieurs Boissec and Rochemorte as they are testing her?
(a) She cannot understand what they are saying.
(b) She begins to cry.
(c) She thanks them .
(d) She yells at them.

13. Lucy will never be Catholic. Why?
(a) She doesn't believe in the extravagance of the Mass.
(b) She does not like the Pope.
(c) Her parents were Protestant.
(d) She does not need religion.

14. Madame Beck tells Lucy that M. Paul cannot marry. How does Lucy respond to this?
(a) She says she does not even like M. Paul.
(b) She says that she understands.
(c) She says Madame Beck just wants him for herself.
(d) She tells Madame Beck that they are already married.

15. Later that night, after Lucy has delivered the note to M. Paul, he stops by to read to the students. What does he read to them?
(a) Sections from his German lesson book.
(b) A passage from the Bible.
(c) A play by William Shakespeare.
(d) A poem he wrote.

Short Answer Questions

1. Two associates from the college are at La Rue Fossette to test Lucy. Why?

2. In Chapter 36, Lucy finds a lilac pamphlet in her desk. What is the pamphlet about?

3. Paulina takes something from both her father and Graham to put into her locket. What does she put in her locket?

4. In Chapter 33, M. Paul asks Lucy what she thinks of his story. What does Lucy say?

5. What excuse does M. Paul try to use to convince Lucy to take the public examination?

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