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. The authorities are planning to follow the usual pattern of what?
(a) Spying on the rebels.
(b) Using double-agents.
(c) Using the rebellion to enhance their own power.
(d) Attack and run.

2. What does the Committee instruct the rebels to do regarding Chantal?
(a) Put her image on posters.
(b) Remove her from the rebellion.
(c) Put her into hiding.
(d) Have her sing.

3. What do the Bishop and Judge believe they will become?
(a) Tired of their roles as officials.
(b) Very popular.
(c) Martyrs.
(d) The people they are pretending to be.

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

5. What does the Chief say about the three officials?
(a) They seem relieved at not having to live their roles anymore.
(b) They are his best friends.
(c) They should remain as the officials.
(d) They did a superb job acting as officials.

6. How has the whorehouse taught her well?
(a) To please others.
(b) To care about others.
(c) To say one thing and feel another.
(d) To be fearless.

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

8. What happens to Chantal?
(a) She is shot dead.
(b) She is pushed off the balcony.
(c) She is cheered.
(d) She is escorted off the balcony.

9. Who does the Queen accuse of engineering Chantal's death?
(a) The General.
(b) The Chief.
(c) The Judge.
(d) The Bishop.

10. From where has news come?
(a) From the Queen's Envoy.
(b) The Central Committee.
(c) From the rebel soldiers.
(d) From the Queen.

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

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

13. Why will the Chief and Irma be prevented from being themselves?
(a) They are working as double-agents.
(b) It will be too painful to be themselves.
(c) They will be in hiding from the rebels.
(d) Due to the roles they will be playing.

14. Why do all the officials appear at once?
(a) The Envoy hopes they will all be shot.
(b) The crowd wants to jeer at all of them at once.
(c) To show their power and authority.
(d) They are afraid to go alone.

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

Short Answer Questions

1. How must Roger feel with Chantal's fate?

2. What do the Queen and the General do?

3. What do the Queen and Envoy do?

4. How long will the Chief's position be perilous?

5. What is the ultimate end faced by anyone in authority?

(see the answer keys)

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