Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde

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  • 1. 

    Describe Mr. Hyde.

    • A.

      Murder

    • B.

      Friend

    • C.

      Officer

    • D.

      Lawyer

    Correct Answer
    A. Murder
    Explanation
    Mr. Hyde is described as a murderer. This suggests that he is someone who has committed the act of killing another person intentionally. The description implies that Mr. Hyde is involved in violent and criminal activities, making him a dangerous individual. The word "murder" indicates that he has taken someone's life unlawfully, possibly indicating a lack of remorse or disregard for human life. Overall, the description of Mr. Hyde as a murderer portrays him as a sinister and malevolent character.

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  • 2. 

    Describe Mr. Utterson.

    • A.

      A murder

    • B.

      A friend

    • C.

      An officer

    • D.

      A lawyer

    Correct Answer
    D. A lawyer
    Explanation
    Mr. Utterson is described as a lawyer. This suggests that he is a professional who practices law and provides legal advice and representation to clients. As a lawyer, he is likely to be knowledgeable about the law and its application, and may have expertise in various legal areas. This profession also implies that Mr. Utterson is likely to be well-educated, analytical, and skilled in critical thinking and problem-solving. Additionally, being a lawyer may indicate that he is involved in the legal community and has connections and relationships within that field.

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  • 3. 

    In Mr. Enfield's story, the little man _______________.

    • A.

      Walked on a girl

    • B.

      Fought a man

    • C.

      Found a bad guy

    • D.

      Ran away

    Correct Answer
    A. Walked on a girl
    Explanation
    In Mr. Enfield's story, the little man walked on a girl. This implies that the little man accidentally stepped on or bumped into a girl while walking.

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  • 4. 

    Who signed the cheque to help pay for the girl?

    • A.

      Mr. Utterson

    • B.

      Mr. Enfield

    • C.

      A famous man

    • D.

      Nobody

    Correct Answer
    C. A famous man
    Explanation
    A famous man signed the cheque to help pay for the girl. This suggests that someone well-known and influential took the initiative to provide financial assistance for the girl. The other options, Mr. Utterson, Mr. Enfield, and Nobody, do not indicate any involvement in helping the girl financially.

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  • 5. 

    In Dr. Jekyll's first will, who would get all his money when he died.

    • A.

      Mr. Utterson

    • B.

      Mr. Enfield

    • C.

      Mr. Hyde

    • D.

      Mr. Smith

    Correct Answer
    C. Mr. Hyde
    Explanation
    In Dr. Jekyll's first will, Mr. Hyde would get all his money when he died. This suggests that Dr. Jekyll had a close relationship with Mr. Hyde and trusted him with his wealth. It also implies that Mr. Hyde may have had some influence or control over Dr. Jekyll's affairs, as he was chosen as the sole beneficiary of his money.

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  • 6. 

    Mr. Utterson thinks Mr. Hyde is ____________.

    • A.

      Bad

    • B.

      Big

    • C.

      Good

    • D.

      Tall

    Correct Answer
    A. Bad
    Explanation
    Mr. Utterson thinks Mr. Hyde is bad because throughout the story, Mr. Hyde's actions are consistently portrayed as immoral, violent, and evil. He is involved in criminal activities, including assault and murder, and is described as having a sinister appearance. Additionally, Mr. Utterson witnesses Hyde's callous and cruel behavior towards others, which further solidifies his belief that Hyde is a morally corrupt individual.

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  • 7. 

    Who is really Mr. Hyde?

    • A.

      Dr. Jekyll

    • B.

      Mr. Utterson

    • C.

      Mr. Enfield

    • D.

      Someone else

    Correct Answer
    A. Dr. Jekyll
    Explanation
    Dr. Jekyll is the correct answer because in the novel "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" by Robert Louis Stevenson, it is revealed that Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde are the same person. Dr. Jekyll creates a potion that transforms him into Mr. Hyde, a darker and more sinister version of himself. This split personality allows Dr. Jekyll to indulge in his immoral desires without consequences. However, as the story progresses, it becomes clear that Mr. Hyde's actions become increasingly violent and uncontrollable, leading to the ultimate downfall of Dr. Jekyll.

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  • 8. 

    When Mr. Utterson tried talking to Dr. Jekyll about the first will, Dr. Jekyll ______________.

    • A.

      Became happy

    • B.

      Stopped talking

    • C.

      Became sick

    • D.

      Stopped working

    Correct Answer
    B. Stopped talking
    Explanation
    When Mr. Utterson tried talking to Dr. Jekyll about the first will, Dr. Jekyll stopped talking. This suggests that Dr. Jekyll may have had a reason for not wanting to discuss the first will, possibly because it held some information or secrets that he did not want to reveal. Stopping the conversation could be seen as a defensive or evasive action on Dr. Jekyll's part, indicating that he may be hiding something or trying to protect himself in some way.

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  • 9. 

    In the Carew Murder, what did the old man do?

    • A.

      Hit Mr. Hyde

    • B.

      Kill Mr. Hyde

    • C.

      Ask for directions

    • D.

      Ask for his name

    Correct Answer
    C. Ask for directions
    Explanation
    In the Carew Murder, the old man asked for directions. This suggests that he encountered Mr. Hyde and was unfamiliar with the area, so he approached him to ask for guidance. This information indicates that the old man was not involved in any violent act towards Mr. Hyde, such as hitting or killing him.

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  • 10. 

    The police wanted to catch Mr. Hyde by taking his money. Why didn't this work?

    • A.

      He never visited the bank.

    • B.

      He didn't use money.

    • C.

      He worked at the bank.

    • D.

      He killed them.

    Correct Answer
    A. He never visited the bank.
    Explanation
    The police's plan to catch Mr. Hyde by taking his money didn't work because he never visited the bank. Since he never went to the bank, the police couldn't execute their plan to catch him and retrieve his money.

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  • 11. 

    How did Dr. Jekyll know that Mr. Hyde would leave the city.

    • A.

      The were both the same person.

    • B.

      Mr. Hyde told him to leave.

    • C.

      They both knew the same person.

    • D.

      Dr. Jekyll asked him to leave.

    Correct Answer
    A. The were both the same person.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "They were both the same person." This answer is based on the premise that Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde are two different identities of the same individual. Since they are the same person, Dr. Jekyll would know that Mr. Hyde would leave the city because he would be the one making that decision.

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  • 12. 

    Dr. Jekyll told Mr. Utterson about Mr. Hyde's letter. How did it get to Dr. Jekyll?

    • A.

      The mailman delivered it.

    • B.

      Someone brought it.

    • C.

      Mr. Utterson found it.

    • D.

      Dr. Jekyll sent someone for it.

    Correct Answer
    B. Someone brought it.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Someone brought it." This implies that the letter was not delivered by the mailman, found by Mr. Utterson, or sent by Dr. Jekyll. Instead, it suggests that another individual physically brought the letter to Dr. Jekyll.

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  • 13. 

    Mr. Utterson's friend looked at the handwriting of Mr. Hyde's letter. What was strange?

    • A.

      It was Dr. Jekyll's writing.

    • B.

      It had bad spelling.

    • C.

      It was Mr. Utterson's handwriting.

    • D.

      It had bad grammar.

    Correct Answer
    A. It was Dr. Jekyll's writing.
    Explanation
    The handwriting of Mr. Hyde's letter being Dr. Jekyll's writing is strange because Mr. Hyde is known to be a separate individual from Dr. Jekyll. This suggests that there may be a connection or collaboration between the two, which is unusual considering their contrasting personalities and behaviors.

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  • 14. 

    Mr. Utterson received a letter from Dr. Lanyon. What was strange?

    • A.

      It said he couldn't open it until Dr. Jekyll disappeared.

    • B.

      It said he couldn't open it until the police arrived.

    • C.

      It had bad spelling.

    • D.

      It had bad grammar.

    Correct Answer
    A. It said he couldn't open it until Dr. Jekyll disappeared.
    Explanation
    The strange thing about the letter Mr. Utterson received from Dr. Lanyon is that it stated he couldn't open it until Dr. Jekyll disappeared. This implies that there is some connection between the letter and Dr. Jekyll's disappearance, which is unusual and raises suspicion. It suggests that Dr. Lanyon may have important information or secrets related to Dr. Jekyll's actions or transformation into Mr. Hyde.

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  • 15. 

    Mr. Utterson went to visit Dr. Jekyll. What happened?

    • A.

      Dr. Jekyll walked with him.

    • B.

      Dr. Jekyll invited him inside.

    • C.

      Dr. Jekyll closed the window.

    • D.

      Dr. Jekyll gave him tea.

    Correct Answer
    C. Dr. Jekyll closed the window.
    Explanation
    Dr. Jekyll closed the window. This suggests that after Mr. Utterson went to visit Dr. Jekyll, Dr. Jekyll closed the window. This action could imply that Dr. Jekyll wanted privacy or perhaps wanted to ensure that no one could overhear their conversation.

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  • 16. 

    After Dr. Jekyll died, Mr. Utterson visited the house. Why did he hear a strange voice?

    • A.

      Dr. Jekyll's family missed him.

    • B.

      The murderer called out for medicine.

    • C.

      Mr. Utterson was dreaming.

    • D.

      Poole was singing.

    Correct Answer
    B. The murderer called out for medicine.
    Explanation
    After Dr. Jekyll died, Mr. Utterson visited the house and heard a strange voice because the murderer called out for medicine. This suggests that the murderer was still present in the house and possibly in need of medical assistance. The strange voice indicates that there was someone else in the house besides Mr. Utterson and raises suspicion about the circumstances surrounding Dr. Jekyll's death.

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  • 17. 

    How are Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde different?

    • A.

      Dr. Jekyll is tall; Mr. Hyde is small.

    • B.

      Dr. Jekyll is evil; Mr. Hyde is good.

    • C.

      Dr. Jekyll has good handwriting; Mr. Hyde has bad handwriting.

    • D.

      Dr. Jekyll is sick; Mr. Hyde is healthy.

    Correct Answer
    A. Dr. Jekyll is tall; Mr. Hyde is small.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is that Dr. Jekyll is tall and Mr. Hyde is small. This is evident from the given statement which clearly states that Dr. Jekyll is tall and Mr. Hyde is small, indicating a physical difference between the two characters.

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  • 18. 

    Mr. Utterson and Poole thought the man upstairs was Mr. Hyde. How did they find out?

    • A.

      They used a key to get in.

    • B.

      They used an axe to get in.

    • C.

      They asked the man to let them in.

    • D.

      They asked Dr. Jekyll to let them in.

    Correct Answer
    B. They used an axe to get in.
    Explanation
    Mr. Utterson and Poole thought the man upstairs was Mr. Hyde because they heard strange noises and were unable to get a response when they called out to him. They became suspicious and decided to break down the door using an axe to gain entry. This suggests that they believed Mr. Hyde was hiding something and wanted to confront him directly.

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  • 19. 

    When Mr. Utterson found Mr. Hyde's dead body, what was he wearing?

    • A.

      Small clothes

    • B.

      Big clothes

    • C.

      Mr. Utterson's clothes

    • D.

      No clothes

    Correct Answer
    B. Big clothes
    Explanation
    Mr. Utterson found Mr. Hyde's dead body wearing big clothes.

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  • 20. 

    Why did Dr. Jekyll want Mr. Hyde in his first will?

    • A.

      He thought Mr. Hyde would take over his body.

    • B.

      He thought Mr. Hyde would soon die.

    • C.

      He thought he would lose all his money.

    • D.

      He thought he had no other friends.

    Correct Answer
    A. He thought Mr. Hyde would take over his body.
    Explanation
    Dr. Jekyll wanted Mr. Hyde in his first will because he believed that Mr. Hyde would eventually take over his body. This suggests that Dr. Jekyll had a desire to separate his good and evil sides, and he saw Mr. Hyde as a means to explore his darker impulses without directly involving himself. By including Mr. Hyde in his will, Dr. Jekyll may have been preparing for the possibility that he would lose control and permanently become Mr. Hyde.

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  • 21. 

    In the new will, who will get the money?

    • A.

      Mr. Utterson

    • B.

      Mr. Enfield

    • C.

      Mr. Hyde

    • D.

      Someone else

    Correct Answer
    A. Mr. Utterson
    Explanation
    Based on the information provided, it can be inferred that Mr. Utterson will get the money in the new will. However, without additional context or details, it is difficult to determine the exact reason why Mr. Utterson is the beneficiary. It could be due to a close relationship with the deceased, a legal arrangement, or any other undisclosed factors.

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  • 22. 

    What happened when the small man drank chemicals at Dr. Lanyon's house?

    • A.

      He died quickly.

    • B.

      Nothing.

    • C.

      He changed into Dr. Jekyll.

    • D.

      He killed Dr. Lanyon.

    Correct Answer
    C. He changed into Dr. Jekyll.
    Explanation
    When the small man drank chemicals at Dr. Lanyon's house, he transformed into Dr. Jekyll. This suggests that the chemicals had a transformative effect on the small man, causing him to physically change into another person, specifically Dr. Jekyll.

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  • 23. 

    What did Dr. Jekyll think was his worst problem?

    • A.

      He wasn't liked by many people.

    • B.

      He loved fun too much.

    • C.

      He never did well in school.

    • D.

      He never got a job that he liked.

    Correct Answer
    B. He loved fun too much.
    Explanation
    Dr. Jekyll believed that his excessive love for fun was his worst problem. This suggests that he may have had difficulty balancing his enjoyment of life with his responsibilities and obligations. It implies that his love for fun may have hindered his personal and professional growth, causing him to prioritize pleasure over other important aspects of his life.

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  • 24. 

    After Dr. Jekyll drank the chemicals for the first time, how did he feel?

    • A.

      Old and tired

    • B.

      Sadder and weaker

    • C.

      Richer and happier

    • D.

      Younger and happier

    Correct Answer
    D. Younger and happier
    Explanation
    After Dr. Jekyll drank the chemicals for the first time, he felt younger and happier. This can be inferred from the fact that the chemicals he consumed were meant to transform him into his alter ego, Mr. Hyde, who was described as younger and more carefree than Dr. Jekyll. The transformation brought about by the chemicals resulted in a sense of rejuvenation and increased happiness for Dr. Jekyll.

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  • 25. 

    How did Dr. Jekyll feel about the things that Mr. Hyde did?

    • A.

      He never knew about them.

    • B.

      He felt good about them.

    • C.

      He started to do the same things.

    • D.

      He was shocked by them.

    Correct Answer
    D. He was shocked by them.
    Explanation
    Dr. Jekyll was shocked by the things that Mr. Hyde did. This suggests that Dr. Jekyll did not approve of Mr. Hyde's actions and was likely disturbed or appalled by them. The phrase "shocked by them" indicates a strong negative reaction, implying that Dr. Jekyll did not feel good about or support the actions of Mr. Hyde.

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  • 26. 

    Why did Dr. Jekyll stop changing into Mr. Hyde?

    • A.

      He didn't have any more chemicals.

    • B.

      He was very busy as Dr. Jekyll.

    • C.

      He preferred the "boring" life of a doctor and his friends

    • D.

      The chemicals stopped changing him into Mr. Hyde.

    Correct Answer
    C. He preferred the "boring" life of a doctor and his friends
    Explanation
    Dr. Jekyll stopped changing into Mr. Hyde because he preferred the "boring" life of a doctor and his friends. This implies that he no longer desired to experience the dark and unpredictable nature of Mr. Hyde. Rather, he chose to embrace the stability and normalcy associated with his identity as Dr. Jekyll. This decision could have been influenced by the negative consequences and moral conflicts that arose from his transformations into Mr. Hyde.

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  • 27. 

    At the end of the story, why was Dr. Jekyll upset?

    • A.

      He started changing into Mr. Hyde without taking any chemicals.

    • B.

      Mr. Hyde stopped having fun in his evil life.

    • C.

      Mr. Hyde was making Dr. Jekyll do evil things too.

    • D.

      His friends stopped talking to him.

    Correct Answer
    A. He started changing into Mr. Hyde without taking any chemicals.
    Explanation
    In the story, Dr. Jekyll created a potion that allowed him to transform into Mr. Hyde, his evil alter ego. However, towards the end, Dr. Jekyll discovered that he was transforming into Mr. Hyde without taking the potion. This upset him because it meant that he was losing control over his transformations and that his evil side was taking over without any external influence. It also implied that the separation between his good and evil selves was becoming blurred, leading to a sense of fear and loss of identity.

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  • 28. 

    Why did the chemicals stop changing Mr. Hyde back into Dr. Jekyll?

    • A.

      The company that made them moved to a different city.

    • B.

      The chemicals became too expensive.

    • C.

      Dr. Jekyll forgot how to mix the chemicals properly.

    • D.

      Something changed in the chemicals, but Dr. Jekyll didn't know what.

    Correct Answer
    D. Something changed in the chemicals, but Dr. Jekyll didn't know what.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is that something changed in the chemicals, but Dr. Jekyll didn't know what. This suggests that there was a change in the composition or properties of the chemicals that prevented them from effectively transforming Mr. Hyde back into Dr. Jekyll. However, Dr. Jekyll was unaware of this change and therefore unable to rectify the issue.

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  • 29. 

    What does Dr. Jekyll learn about life in this story?

    • A.

      You should never try experiments.

    • B.

      All men have a good side and an evil side.

    • C.

      Being evil is not as fun as being good.

    • D.

      You don't need friends to be happy.

    Correct Answer
    B. All men have a good side and an evil side.
    Explanation
    In the story, Dr. Jekyll learns that all men have a good side and an evil side. Through his experiments, he creates a potion that allows him to transform into Mr. Hyde, his evil alter ego. This transformation reveals the dark and immoral desires that exist within him. Dr. Jekyll realizes that every individual possesses both good and evil within themselves, and that these two sides are constantly in conflict. This understanding ultimately leads to his downfall and serves as a cautionary tale about the duality of human nature.

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