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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where do Rosalind, Celia and Touchstone arrive at the beginning of Act 2, Scene 4?
(a) Jaques' camp.
(b) The court.
(c) Duke Senior's camp.
(d) Forest of Arden.
2. What does Rosalind give Orlando?
(a) A dirty look.
(b) A slap in the face.
(c) A love letter.
(d) Her necklace.
3. When Orlando happens upon Duke Senior and his men, how does he try to take food from them?
(a) He punches them.
(b) He convinces them.
(c) With his sword.
(d) He throws rocks.
4. Who asks Corin for food?
5. How does Rosalind act, to Celia's surprise, toward what she confides in Celia?
6. Why do the women decide to dress in disguise?
(a) They do not want Duke Frederick to notice them.
(b) They think it is comical.
(c) No one will rob them dressed as men.
(d) It is dangerous for women to travel alone.
7. What does Duke Senior tell his company about life in exile?
(a) It is torture.
(b) It is free of peril.
(c) It is a noble life.
(d) It is dangerous.
8. Who is being kept at court as a companion to Celia, Duke Frederick's daughter?
9. To what does Duke Senior compare life in exile?
(a) Life in prison.
(b) Life as a pauper.
(c) Life at court.
(d) Married life.
10. What does Oliver do when Orlando demands that Oliver give him the money that was left by their father?
(a) Kicks him out.
(b) Slaps him.
(c) Kicks him.
(d) Stabs him.
11. Where is Orlando at the beginning of Act 2, Scene 3?
(a) The court.
(b) At the river.
(c) An orchard.
(d) The road.
12. To whom does Jaques liken the herd of animals?
(a) His brothers.
(b) People in court.
(c) A gang.
(d) The Lords.
13. How does the scene that contrasts Act 2, Scene 2 accomplish its contrast?
(a) There are no wrestling matches in the forest.
(b) Jaques analogy.
(c) It shows the peace of country life.
(d) It has the female characters.
14. What does Duke Senior tell Orlando is the best way to get what he wants, which astonishes Orlando?
(a) By trading.
(b) By being polite.
(c) By lying.
(d) By telling riddles.
15. Whom does Oliver financially support instead of supporting Orlando?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Oliver do in order to convince Charles to carry out his plan to kill Orlando?
2. What is the setting at the beginning of Act 2, Scene 2?
3. Who is Orlando talking to in the orchard at the opening of the play?
4. What does Celia think about Rosalind's reasoning about her feelings toward Orlando?
5. What does Amiens do so that Jaques will not feel depressed?
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