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Pride and Prejudice contains one of the most cherished love stories in English




between Darcy and Elizabeth. As in any good love story, the lovers must elude




stumbling blocks, beginning with the tensions caused by the lovers’ own personal qualities. Elizabeth’s pride makes her misjudge Darcy on the basis of a poor first impression, while Darcy’s prejudice against Elizabeth’s poor social standing blinds him, for a time, to her many virtues. (Of course, one could also say that Elizabeth is guilty






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What Do You Know About "Pride and Prejudice"?

1. The main heroine in this film is one of the Bennet girls. Do you know which one? Jane Mary Kitty Elizabeth

2. How many daughters do Mr and Mrs Bennett have? Six Seven Four Five

4. What is the name of Elizabeth's best friend, who married Mr William Collins? Charlotte Emma Maria Eleanor

5. When Elizabeth first met Mr Darcy she did not care for him very much, as she thought him to be a very proud man. What is Mr Darcy's first name? Fitzwilliam Fitzpatrick William Patrick

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6. Mr Darcy had a young sister of whom he was very protective. Do you know her name? Georgiana Caroline Louise Anne

7. Which one of the Bennett sisters ran away with Mr Wickham to London? Lydia Kitty Mary Jane

8. Mr Collins was always talking about the most wonderful house, Rosings. Who owned Rosings? Lady Anne Fitzwilliam Mr & Mrs Gardiner Louisa Hurst Lady Catherine de Bourgh

9. Jane Bennet was a very sweet girl and she fell very much in love with a young gentleman. Who did Jane Bennett eventually marry? Colonel Fitzwilliam Charles Bingley Henry Denny Edward Gardiner

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10. When Elizabeth was touring through Derby with her uncle and aunt, they stopped to visit Mr. Darcy's magnificent house, and were shown through it by his housekeeper. What was the name of Mr Darcy's magnificent estate? Pemberley Gracechurch Meryton Manor Grosvenor House

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Orgullo y Prejuicio  

A jane Austen adaptation film the students will watch and then will answer to the questions on Women's Day

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