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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Rosine comes in, refusing to take any more music lessons from anybody. Why does she quickly change her mind?
(a) She thinks that Bazile is coming.
(b) When she sees "Alonzo" and instantly realizes who he is.
(c) She assumes Bazile has quit.
(d) "Alonzo" is handsome.
2. When does Figaro say is the moment to reveal who the Count truly is?
(a) If she protests that her love is still true.
(c) If she says she does not love him.
(d) As soon as she walks through the door.
3. What does the Count protest?
(a) He adores her.
(b) He does not know her.
(c) He wants to leave.
(d) He hates her.
4. Who does "Alonzo" say Bazile discovered was in town?
(c) Count Almaviva.
(d) The King of Spain.
5. With whom does Bartholo appear?
(a) Two police officers.
(b) Two mean dogs.
(c) His mother.
(d) Two large servants.
6. What does Figaro tell the Count to keep secret?
(a) That he no longer loves Rosine.
(b) His identity.
(c) His purpose in being there.
(d) His love for Rosine.
7. Why does the Count insist that the marriage is an honorable one?
(a) He has a title and is rich.
(b) He got to her first.
(c) He loves her.
(d) She loves him.
8. She is surprised. What does she still not know?
(a) Bartholo loves her.
(b) Figaro loves her.
(c) The Count and "Lindor," her lover, are the same man.
(d) That the Count is coming to save her.
9. Bazile, completely confused, decides it probably is a good idea for him to do what?
(a) Teach Rosine.
(b) Get out of there.
(c) Find a new line of work.
(d) Have a drink.
10. To whom does Figaro say he is in the company of the Count?
(c) One of the police officers.
11. In Bazile's opinion, when is a husband asking for trouble?
(a) When he tries to control his wife.
(b) Marrying a woman who is not in love with her husband.
(c) Marrying too young.
(d) When he loves her more than she loves him.
12. What does Bartholo say that confuses Bazile?
(a) He hopes Bazile is feeling better.
(b) He loves him.
(c) He no longer wants him to teach Rosine.
(d) He despises him.
13. What do Figaro, the Count and Rosine barely have time to discuss, when Bartholo returns, angry with himself for leaving Figaro alone with "Alonzo" and Rosine?
(a) How they are going to do away with him.
(b) The need to have the keys to help Rosine escape.
(c) Where to hide.
(d) How much they dislike him.
14. How does Bartholo know there is a plot afoot?
(a) The notary seems nervous.
(b) Rosine is acting strange.
(c) The Count is peering in the window.
(d) Figaro does not have a niece.
15. Why does the notary ask the Count to confirm that he is, in fact, Almaviva?
(a) The notary has two marriage contracts with him: one for the wedding of Bartholo and Rosine, the other for the wedding of Almaviva and Rosine.
(b) To make the wedding official.
(c) Only a Count could marry on such short notice.
(d) The notary does not trust him.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Bartholo lose his temper and grab the notary by the throat?
2. What does "Alonzo" say happened to the letter that Rosine had written to the Count?
3. When Bartholo asks to see the letter, about what is "Alonzo" concerned?
4. With what does Bartholo gently confront Rosine?
5. For what does Bartholo apologize?
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