Friday, 24 October 2014

Emma Game ~ Answers!



 Thanks for playing all! Here are all the answers, personality quiz results and the final winner!

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Hat Game

 

#1 Emma Woodhouse (2009 version)
#2 Harriet Smith (1997 version)
#3 Emma Woodhouse (1997 version)
#4 Mrs Bates (1996 version)
#5 Harriet Smith (1996 version)
#6 Mrs Elton (2009 version)

Players Scores:
Heidi: 60
Melody: 60
E. Kate: 50
Joanna: 50
Rose P: 50
Emma Jane: 40
Nathalie: 40


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Unscramble game


#1 Hiaetrdfl ... Hartfield
#2 Er M. ... Mr E.
#3 Onldwel ... Donwell
#4 Dxion ... Dixon
#5 Obx Hlil ... Box Hill
#6 Hyigrhbu ... Highbury

#7 Sacnoinsnel Rlgi! ... Nonsensical Girl!
#8 Mema Doswoohue ... Emma Woodhouse

Players Scores:
Elizabeth D: 80
Emma Jane: 80
Hamlette: 80
Heidi: 80
Joanna: 80
Melody: 80
Nathalie: 80
Rose P: 80
E. Kate: 70
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Dress game
 

#1 Harriet Smith (1996 version)
#2 Emma Woodhouse (1997 version)
#3 Emma Woodhouse (2009 version)
#4 Harriet Smith (1997 version)
#5 Emma Woodhouse (1996 version)
#6 Miss Taylor/ Mrs Weston (2009 version)
#7 Mrs Elton (2009 version)
#8 Miss Taylor/ Mrs Weston (1996 version)

Players Scores:
Heidi: 80
Melody: 80
E. Kate: 70
Nathalie: 70
Joanna: 60
Rose P: 50
Emma Jane: 30

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Emma (novel) snippits game
Who is Jane Austen describing?

#1…. Emma handsome, clever, and rich, with a comfortable home and happy disposition, seemed to unite some of the best blessings of existence; and had lived nearly twenty-one years in the world with very little to distress or vex her.

#2... Miss Taylor / Mrs Weston was less as a governess than a friend, very fond of both daughters, but particularly of Emma.

#3 … Mr Weston was a man of unexceptionable character, easy fortune, suitable age, and pleasant manners; and there was some satisfaction in considering with what self-denying, generous friendship she (Emma) had always wished and promoted the match.

#4 … Mr Knightley, a sensible man about seven or eight-and-thirty, was not only a very old and intimate friend of the family… had a cheerful manner…

#5 … Mr Woodhouse... he was a much older man in ways than in years; and though everywhere beloved for the friendliness of his heart and his amiable temper, his talents could not have recommended him at any time.
#6 …  Harriet Smith certainly was not clever, but she had a sweet, docile, grateful disposition; was totally free from conceit; and only desiring to be guided by any one she looked up to.

Players Scores:
Hamlette: 60
Heidi: 60
Nathalie: 60
Melody: 60
Rose P: 60
Emma Jane: 50
Joanna: 50
E. Kate: 40
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Eye game
 

#1 Mr Elton / 2009 version
#2 Frank Churchill / 1996 version
#3 Mrs Elton / 1997 version
#4 Mr Knightley / 1997 version
#5 Emma Woodhouse / 1996 version
#6 Jane Fairfax / 2009 version
#7 Harriet Smith / 1997 version
#8 Mr Knightley / 2009 version
#9 Mr Knightley / 1996 version

Players Scores:
Heidi: 90
Melody: 90
Emma Jane: 80
Joanna: 80
Nathalie: 80
Rose P: 80
E. Kate: 70


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Final Winner(s!)
You all did very well, and the winners are Heidi and Melody, with all the answers correct! Well done girls!!!




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Personality Quiz results
And as for the personality quiz... here are all your results!
Nathalie: Emma Woodhouse
Hamlette: Jane Fairfax
Joanna: Miss Bates
Elizabeth Anne D: Mrs Elton
Evie: Anne Taylor/ Mrs Elton
Heidi: Emma Woodhouse/ Anne Taylor/ Jane Fairfax
Rose P.: Emma Woodhouse/ Harriet Smith

Do not despair if you aren't happy with your results. Elizabeth Anne D and Evie, I'm sure you're nothing like Mrs Elton. You both had many different answers and the only Mrs Elton's answers were the musical answers. This personality quiz was by no means professional, it was just for fun. :-)

Thanks so much for playing!

9 comments:

  1. Jane Fairfax? I can see that, actually! I'm quiet, sit to the side, don't talk much, and keep secrets really well. And I find Frank Churchill appealing. Not sure anyone would describe me as elegant, though.

    Very fun games! You obviously put a lot of hard work into these, and they were a lot of fun :-)

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  2. Thank you so much Hamlette!

    You find Frank Churchill appealing? Wow, you're the first person I've ever met who's admitted me that! :-P

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  3. Naomi,
    Thanks again so much for doing all this!! It was tremendous fun and just marvelously topped off the entire party. ;) You did an absolutely great job, dear... Thank you so much!!! :)

    (P.S. Lovely winner badges! And I'm most highly pleased with the results of the personality quiz. ;))

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  4. Thanks for the game, Naomi! This whole thing looks like it must have been quite a lot of work. It was excessively diverting!

    Oh, drat, I didn't ever do the personality quiz. *snaps fingers* I took a Jane Austen secondary character quiz once and got Jane Fairfax-- imagine that!

    ~Em

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  5. This were such fun games! And wow, I came out as Emma! I think I CAN be like her at times-for better or for worse..hem! :)
    Thanks for creating these games, Naomi!

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  6. You are welcome, everyone - I really enjoyed making them.

    Emma dear, feel free to do the personality quiz now. I'll add your name to the list. :-) I think you'll be Emma. :-)

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  7. Yay!! :) Lovely button. Congratulations, Heidi!

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  8. Melody, you did so well.:-) Thanks for putting the button on your sidebar! :-)

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  9. Perhaps I should clarify that: I find the Ewan M. version of Frank Churchill appealing :-) So smiley and cheerful.

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