The Balcony Test | Final Test - Easy

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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What does he shout?
(a) "The Royals of Our Country!"
(b) "God Save the Queen!"
(c) "Here Comes the Queen!"
(d) "The One and Only Queen!"

2. What has happened to Irma's room?
(a) It is flooded.
(b) It is covered in soot.
(c) It is ruined by explosions.
(d) It is on fire.

3. What story does the Envoy tell?
(a) A deliberately confusing story about how she is being kept hidden and occupied.
(b) The Queen's feelings on the rebellion.
(c) How he became the Queen's Envoy.
(d) Where the Queen has been sent during this time of war.

4. Why do the officials say they are consolidating their own power?
(a) So they will be more powerful than anyone else.
(b) To show the people that they are one governing body.
(c) So that the Chiefs will not overwhelm them.
(d) So they each have less responsibility.

5. Who does the Chief say shot Chantal?
(a) The Rebels.
(b) The Judge.
(c) The General.
(d) The Queen.

6. Of what does the Chief remind the officials?
(a) They are important to the people of the country.
(b) They are real leaders now.
(c) They have limitless power.
(d) They are still in a whorehouse.

7. Where is the Envoy headed?
(a) To spy on the rebels.
(b) To fight the rebels.
(c) To investigate the cause of the explosion.
(d) To attend the Queen.

8. What does the Envoy tell the Chief?
(a) He is gaining in power.
(b) The rebels are destroying his authority.
(c) He is no longer useful in the fight against the rebels.
(d) No one has come into the whorehouse yet asking to pretend to be him.

9. How are they made up to appear?
(a) Like celebrities.
(b) Like actors.
(c) Larger than life.
(d) Like clowns.

10. What does the Chief feel occasionally?
(a) Sadness for the rebels.
(b) The urge to let go of his real power and live a life of illusion.
(c) The desire to have more power.
(d) Love for Irma and the other prostitutes.

11. What has the rebellion entered?
(a) The castle.
(b) New territory.
(c) Its final stages.
(d) Into new leadership.

12. What must everything be grounded in?
(a) Reality.
(b) Love.
(c) Fear.
(d) Fantasy.

13. Why does Georgette leave?
(a) To let the rebels know of the plans.
(b) To get the microphone ready for Chantal.
(c) To get medical supplies to prepare.
(d) To go to the whorehouse.

14. What does Chantal say she will be doing when she sings for the crowd?
(a) Leading the rebels.
(b) Saying "I love you" to Roger.
(c) Encouraging a sense of peace and calm.
(d) Inspiring them.

15. Why does Roger not want Chantal to go?
(a) He does not think she would make a good Queen.
(b) He does not trust her.
(c) He wants to be the leader.
(d) He loves her and is afraid for her.

Short Answer Questions

1. The authorities are planning to follow the usual pattern of what?

2. What will be the symbol of how the Chief's power is greater than anyone else's?

3. Of what does the Envoy convince Irma?

4. What does the Bishop say has not yet solidified the Chief's power?

5. How might the people playing the officials feel on that balcony?

(see the answer keys)

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