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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Visually, how does Lucy describe the town square where Madame Walravens lives?
(c) Very high class.
(d) Bright and cheerful.
2. Lucy takes a walk and begins to think about ways to become more independent. What is her idea for independence?
(a) Getting married.
(b) Opening her own shops.
(c) Running away to another country.
(d) Opening her own school.
3. Why does Madame Beck make Lucy stay upstairs translating a letter on M. Paul's last day?
(a) To try to keep her from saying goodbye.
(b) Because Lucy is getting sick.
(c) Because the letter needs to be translated immediately.
(d) To make life easier on M. Paul.
4. Lucy decides she will take the note to M. Paul. When she enters his classroom, how does he initially respond?
(a) He ignores her.
(b) He makes her read the note out loud.
(c) He smiles at her.
(d) He calls her a mean name.
5. While Lucy and M. Paul are speaking together in the country, what does M. Paul call Lucy?
(c) Little woman.
(d) Little sister.
6. 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 play by William Shakespeare.
(c) A passage from the Bible.
(d) A poem he wrote.
7. How does Madame Walravens respond to Madame Beck's gift?
(a) She does not know who Madame Beck is.
(b) She tell Lucy to take it back.
(c) She loves it.
(d) She throws it out the window.
8. M. Paul notes that his plans to leave Europe have changed, why have they changed?
(a) He wants to leave sooner than expected.
(b) He has work to do before he goes.
(c) He is considering not going afterall.
(d) He wants to travel around Europe one last time.
9. Lucy hits her head on the table while trying to pick up her dropped thimble. What does M. Paul do in response to this?
(a) Insults English women and heroes.
(b) Ignores Lucy.
(c) Goes to comfort Lucy .
(d) Takes Lucy to the doctor.
10. Lucy tries to deliver a note to M. Paul during his class, and in the process breaks something of his. What does she break?
(a) The classroom door.
(b) His lunettes.
(c) His pencil.
(d) A glass vase.
11. 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's ship was lost at sea.
(b) M. Paul is not coming home via ship.
(c) Lucy no longer loves M. Paul.
(d) M. Paul decided to stay abroad.
12. When M. Paul asks Lucy to write down his stories, what excuse does she offer for not being able to?
(a) She cannot because she is writing her own stories.
(b) She writes too slowly.
(c) She does not know how to write.
(d) She does not like writing .
13. 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.
14. 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) Mr. Home.
(c) Mrs. Bretton.
15. What do Messieurs Boissec and Rochemorte ask Lucy to write an essay about?
(a) Human justice.
(c) Right and wrong.
(d) The social role of women.
Short Answer Questions
1. M. Paul suggests that Lucy take the public examination with the first class students. How does Lucy respond?
2. What excuse does M. Paul give Lucy for not wanting to marry Zylie?
3. Paulina takes something from both her father and Graham to put into her locket. What does she put in her locket?
4. Who makes it clear that they do not approve of M. Paul's relationship with Lucy?
5. In Chapter 38, who interrupts Lucy and M. Paul in the garden as he is holding her hand and is just about to tell her something?
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