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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Trinculo decide to use for shelter in 3.2?
(a) Caliban's tent.
(b) A horse's tail.
(c) Caliban's clothes.
(d) Palm leaves.
2. Who enters the stage in 3.2, singing and drinking wine?
3. In 3.2 where does Caliban sleep?
(a) In a house.
(b) Under a wheelbarrow.
(c) In a tent.
(d) In an open field.
4. Who does Prospero free in 3.4?
5. Who does Caliban warn Stephano about in 3.2?
6. What do the nymphs do at the celebration in 3.3?
(c) Make predictions.
7. What time of day is it when 3.4 begins?
(c) Lunch time.
8. Which Gods and Goddesses in 3.3 does Prospero invite to the celebration?
(a) Athena and Zeus.
(b) Zeus and Prometheus.
(c) Juno, Ceres, and Iris.
(d) Juno, Zeus, and Athena.
9. When Stephano sees Caliban, what does Stephano decide to do with him in 3.2?
(a) Kill him.
(b) Hug him.
(c) Show him at a carnival.
(d) Dine with him.
10. In 3.2, who exclaims "Down with tyrants!"
11. Why does Miranda respond the way she does in 3.1 to Ferdinand's compliments?
(a) She is afraid of her father.
(b) She loves him.
(c) She is shy.
(d) She hates him.
12. What event are the men invited to by Ariel in 2.3?
(a) An engagement.
(b) A feast.
(c) A funeral.
(d) A birthday.
13. At the start of 3.1 what does Ferdinand sing about?
(b) Life changes.
14. What does Prospero tell Ariel to arrange on the side of the road in 3.3?
(a) Glass trinkets.
(c) Racks of beef.
(d) Bottles of wine.
15. How does Eshu claim in 3.3 he behaves towards his friends?
(a) Like a servant.
(b) Like a Devil.
(c) Like a God.
(d) Like a King.
Short Answer Questions
1. What animal does Trinculo complain about in 3.4?
2. What is Alonso prepared to give up in 2.3 if his son is returned to him?
3. Why does Prospero scold Eshu in 3.3?
4. What does Prospero tell the nobles in 3.4 will be returned to them?
5. Who pities Ferdinand in 3.1?
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