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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. What date does Mr. Townsend refuse to set in Chapter 21?
(a) A date for their first telegram.
(b) A date for their elopement.
(c) A wedding date.
(d) A date for their meeting in Europe.
2. What does Catherine tell Mr. Townsend in Chapter 26?
(a) That her father is wavering in his decision.
(b) That her father did not change his mind.
(c) That her father wants her to wait another six months.
(d) That her father has found another suitor for her.
3. What is the profession of the young man who proposes to Catherine?
(b) Stock broker.
(d) Store owner.
4. What does Catherine tell her father?
(a) That they will settle the date by letter.
(b) That she will marry Mr. Townsend soon.
(c) That she will marry Mr. Townsend at some point.
(d) That Mr. Townsend will marry her in Europe.
5. What does Mrs. Penniman say she might have been in haste to do?
(a) Proposing that Mr. Townsend follow Catherine.
(b) Proposing a secret meeting.
(c) Proposing to marry before the trip.
(d) Proposing to elope.
Short Answer Questions
1. What suggestion from Catherine does Mr. Townsend turn down?
2. What is Mrs. Penniman disappointed about in Chapter 23?
3. What does Dr. Sloper suggest Catherine and him do?
4. Who continues to hear from Mr. Townsend?
5. What does Mr. Townsend suggest Catherine and him do?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Dr. Sloper tell Mrs. Almond in Chapter 21?
2. Why is Townsend angry?
3. What does Catherine claim?
4. Why is Mr. Townsend reluctant to elope in Chapter 26?
5. What does Catherine announce to her father in Chapter 22?
6. Why is Catherine happy?
7. What does Catherine receive in Chapter 31?
8. What is Mrs. Penniman told by Dr. Sloper in Chapter 19?
9. What does Mrs. Penniman urge Catherine to do?
10. What happens on the night before they return to New York?
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