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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When Graham is called away to work, Lucy and Paulina are left together and share a silent afternoon. How does Lucy seem to feel about this?
(a) She wishes that other were there to talk with.
(b) She assumes that Paulina is very shy.
(c) She is pleased that Paulina is such quiet company.
(d) She thinks Paulina is rude.
2. How does Lucy view Paulina now that she is older?
(a) Silly and annoying.
(b) Serene and lady-like.
(c) Rude and stuck-up.
(d) Shy and mousy.
3. Who does Graham inquire after to Lucy?
(b) Madame Beck.
4. Who does Graham seem to think Lucy is jealous of?
(a) Miss Fanshawe.
(b) The Watson's.
(c) The Cholmondeleys.
(d) Dr. John.
5. According to the doctor, who found Lucy after she had fainted earlier?
(a) The priest.
(c) M. Paul.
(d) Dr. John.
Short Answer Questions
1. When Mrs. Bretton mentions to M. de Bassompierre that Lucy is a teacher, how does Lucy feel?
2. When Miss Fanshawe comes to speak with Lucy in her classroom, what is she pleased to hear?
3. How does Lucy feel her first night in London?
4. In Chapter 16, when Dr. John comes to the house, who does Lucy finally recognize him to be?
5. When Lucy sees that her letters have been rifled through once again, what does she do?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Lucy seem to feel about her vocation being made known to the Bassompierre's?
2. Why does M. Paul disapprove of Lucy looking at the Cleopatra?
3. How does Lucy come to be at La Terrasse?
4. How does Lucy view Isidore?
5. Describe Miss Marchmont.
6. How does Lucy respond to Madame Beck's offer for her to teach?
7. Why is Lucy taking German lessons?
8. Describe Madame Beck's relationship with her children.
9. What advice does the priest give Lucy in Chapter 15?
10. How does Lucy feel about Graham thinking that she is jealous of Ginevra?
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