anonymous
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Which best describes Sherlock Holmes's sitting room when Watson returns from his club? A. filled with smoke B. gloomy C. filled with cut-up newspapers D. spotless
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undeadknight26
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I would say A or C...But leaning more to A>
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undeadknight26
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O.O Probs 1 more
anonymous
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okay Why does Sir Henry go to Baskerville Hall after he receives a letter that warns him to stay away? A. He does not believe in the curse. B. He wants to see where Sir Charles was found dead. C. He does not yet know about the curse. D. He needs the money he inherited.
anonymous
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That would be C, He does not believe in the curse.
anonymous
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thank you so much, can you help me with 11 more or at least a little more? it is okay if you don't want to.
undeadknight26
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Oh man my bad I forgot all about this...Take my medal and give it to them please :0
anonymous
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Of course I can help. I'll be on mobile momentarily, but of course I will help.
anonymous
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@undeadknight26 its okay, but are you sure you want me to? @Kanra okay thank you What theory does Sherlock Holmes put forth when he first examines the letter that Sir Henry receives in London? A. The person who wrote the letter is not educated. B. The person who wrote the letter was staying at a London hotel. C. The person who wrote the letter is scared and nearly unable to write. D. The person who wrote the letter wants Sir Henry dead.
undeadknight26
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Of course. I have no need for medals :P
anonymous
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okay
anonymous
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Alright, I don't remember much from this book, and had to go get it, so give me a moment to find this part of the story.
anonymous
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okay
anonymous
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Okay, it's not A
anonymous
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Its B
anonymous
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Any more questions? I have the book with me now, so I think I will be able to answer any more faster. If you have more.
anonymous
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yeah, sorry I was watching something According to Dr. Mortimer, what was unusual about the area where Sir Charles was found dead? A. The grass along the pathway was wet. B. The gate leading to the moor was locked. C. Footprints of a gigantic hound were nearby. D. Sir Charles was lying face down on the ground.
anonymous
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C
anonymous
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How does Sherlock Holmes react when he hears that another of Sir Henry's boots has gone missing? A. He finds it humorous. B. He is outraged that it has happened again. C. He thinks it might be a clue. D. He believes it is just an odd coincidence.
anonymous
  • anonymous
I believe that's C, too
anonymous
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Why does Mr. Barrymore suddenly decide to tell Sir Henry and Dr. Watson what Sir Charles was doing on the night of his death? A. Mr. Barrymore is grateful when they promise not to tell the police about the escaped convict. B. Mr. Barrymore can no longer bear the guilt of keeping the secret to himself. C. Mr. Barrymore is sorry that he disobeyed Sir Henry the night before and is trying to get his job back. D. Mr. Barrymore wants them to do him a great but illegal favor
anonymous
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A
anonymous
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How does Sherlock Holmes get food while he is secretly living on the moor? A. He disguises himself and goes to buy food in the village. B. He pays a boy he met in London to bring food to him. C. He takes the food Mr. Barrymore leaves on the moor for the escaped convict. D. He sneaks into the Stapletons' house to steal food when they take their daily walk.
anonymous
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B
anonymous
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How is Laura Lyons important to the plot? A. She knows the identify of the escaped convict. B. She steals Sir Henry's black boot. C. She wrote the note that lured Sir Charles to his death. D. She marries Stapleton.
anonymous
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@Kanra I just need help with 6 more
anonymous
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C
anonymous
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Why are the initials L.L. on the note important to the plot? A. The initials help Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson figure out who sent the note to Sir Charles. B. The initials are a false clue that cause Sherlock Holmes to decide Sir Charles was not murdered after all. C. The initials support the theory that Sir Charles was having an affair. D. The initials prove that Sir Charles secretly had a daughter.
anonymous
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A
anonymous
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Why does Stapleton plot the death of Sir Henry? A. Stapleton is next in line to inherit the Baskerville estate. B. Stapleton hates Sir Henry for the way the Baskervilles have treated his family C. Stapleton blames the Baskerville family for the death of his father. D. Stapleton is angry with Sir Henry for falling in love with his wife.
anonymous
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just 4 more
anonymous
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A
anonymous
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Which best describes how Sherlock Holmes works on a case? A. He asks questions to get people to reveal facts and their opinions. B. He looks for clues in everything he sees and then figures out which are facts. C. He has Dr. Watson gather all the facts and then comes to a conclusion by himself. D. He spies on people to find out who they really are and what they do in private.
anonymous
  • anonymous
For Hound of the Baskervilles, the answer would be C, but in general, he uses deduction, which would be B.
anonymous
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Which clue does not help solve the mysterious death of Sir Charles? A. the death of the escaped convict dressed in Sir Henry's clothing B. the pile of ash Sir Charles left near the gate C. Mr. Barrymore holding a candle in the window D. the resemblance between Stapleton and a portrait in Baskerville Hall
anonymous
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I think it's C
anonymous
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How does Stapleton cause people who live near the moor to believe that the hound of the Baskervilles is real? A. He shines a dim light late at night across the moor to make it look like the fiery mouth of the hound. B. He keeps the hound tied up so its howling can be heard across the moor. C. He throws Sir Henry's stolen boot in the moor to make it look like the hound has killed another victim. D. He sends a note to Sir Charles to make him think a girl who was murdered has come back from the dead.
anonymous
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B
anonymous
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last one Which best describes the main conflict in the novel? A. rational versus supernatural B. greed versus charity C. wise versus unwise D. love versus hate
anonymous
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nvm I got it, thank you sooooooo much
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No problem. I didn't get any notifications until now. Im glad I could be of help, and do message me how you end up doing on this.
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okay

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