The Bennet family has five daughters. Who is not one of them?
Mrs Bennet has some exciting news. Which local house has been taken by a single man of large fortune?
Mr Bingley will be in possession by Michaelmas! What is his yearly income?
What does Mrs. Bennet claim Mr Bennet takes great delight in?
The existential problem facing the Bennet family is that the Bennet estate is:
Mr Bingley has a friend who is even wealthier, having ten thousand a year! Where is Darcy's estate?
Did you ever meet such a proud, disgreeable man as Mr Darcy? Perhaps he is not so handsome after all? Mrs. Bennet's opinion is that Darcy is quite:
Darcy's opinion of Elizabeth's looks is that they are ________, but not handsome enough to tempt me.
At the end of the evening, Darcy is meditating on the pleasure which ___________ in the face of a pretty woman can bestow.
|a pretty nose|
|a knowing smile|
|a pair of fine eyes|
|a quick, agile tongue|
Jane has been invited to dine at Netherfield. Why must she travel there by horseback?
|because the footman is unavailable|
|because the carriage is being repaired|
|because it looks like rain and she will have to stay the night|
|because Bingley admires ladies who ride|
Miss Bingley and Mrs Hurst grill Jane about her relations. In which part of London is Gracechurch Street?
Jane falls sick and Elizabeth visits her at Netherfield. Mrs. Hurst allows that Elizabeth is an excellent _______.
According to Darcy, what is the purpose of the ladies taking a turn about the room?
|it is highly refreshing|
|their figures appear to best advantage while walking|
|it assists conversation between the ladies|
|it aids the digestion|
Darcy is writing to his sister? What is her name?
According to Darcy, what is always under good regulation where there is a real superiority of mind?
Mr Bennet has reason to expect an addition to the family party at dinner this evening - his cousin:
What is the name of the Bennet estate?
Having received his ordination at Easter, Mr. Collins has been so fortunate as to be distinguished by the patronage of the Right Honorable who?
|Lady Josephine de Lesseps|
|Lady Catherine de Bourgh|
|Lady Eleanor de Coverley|
|Lady Margaret de Forester|
Mr. Bennet thinks that Mr. Collins is not a(n) ________ man, and has great hopes of finding him quite the reverse.
Lizzie walks to town with her sisters. What is the name of the town?
Denny introduces the Bennet sisters to his fellow officer:
According to Wickham, Darcy did him a great wrong by refusing to honour his father's promise to help Wickham in his chosen career of:
What is the name of Lady Catherine de Bourgh's estate?
Rosings Park, you understand, is very grand indeed. Mr. Collins is only too happy too tell you how much the chimney in the second drawing room cost.
Who asks Lizzie for the first two dances at the Netherfield Ball?
Which Bennet sister embarrasses herself by singing very ill at the ball at Netherfield?
And which Bennet sister causes a ruckus by grabbing an officer's sword and running away with it?
Mr. Collins proposes marriage to Lizzie. But before he is run away by my feelings on this subject, perhaps it would be advisable for me to state his reasons for marrying. What is not one of them?
|he is convinced it will add very greatly to his happiness|
|his most passionate respect and adoration for her father|
|it is a right thing for every clergyman to set the example of matrimony in his parish|
|the particular recommendation of his noble patroness, Lady Catherine de Bourgh|
Lizzie rejects Mr. Collins' proposal, but he is not discouraged for all of the following reasons, except:
|he understands that it is usual with young ladies to reject the addresses of the man they secretly mean to accept when he first applies for their favour|
|her attachment to the home of her childhood which Mr. Collins will inherit will surely cause Lizzie to reconsider|
|his situation in life and connection with the noble family of De Bourgh are circumstances highly in his favour|
|it is by no means certain that another offer of marriage may ever be made to Lizzie|
Lizzie has refused Mr. Collins' proposal while her mother insists she accept it. What alternative does Mr. Bennet say is before Lizzie?
|she is nineteen, so she must marry soon or be considered an old maid|
|she must suffer the indignity of marriage to Mr. Collins, or accept that she will never find a better prospect|
|her mother will never see her if she does not marry Mr. Collins, and her father will never see her again if she does|
|she must marry Mr. Collins or the Bennet estate and all means of supporting her sisters will be lost|