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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Once Bazile leaves, what does Figaro prepare to do?
(a) Break more china.
(b) Save Rosine.
(c) Shave Bartholo.
2. What does the Count protest?
(a) He wants to leave.
(b) He adores her.
(c) He does not know her.
(d) He hates her.
3. When does Figaro say is the moment to reveal who the Count truly is?
(a) If she says she does not love him.
(b) If she protests that her love is still true.
(c) As soon as she walks through the door.
4. What does the Count reveal in an aside?
(a) He cannot decide whether it would be a better idea to keep the letter to himself, or follow through on the original plan and hand it over.
(b) He is not sure if Rosine really loves him.
(c) He cannot decide if he should keep his disguise on or take it off.
(d) He is not sure if he trusts Bartholo.
5. Who does "Alonzo" say Bazile discovered was in town?
(b) Count Almaviva.
(d) The King of Spain.
6. She is surprised. What does she still not know?
(a) Figaro loves her.
(b) Bartholo loves her.
(c) That the Count is coming to save her.
(d) The Count and "Lindor," her lover, are the same man.
7. Why does Bartholo leave to get a basin?
(a) Figaro does not know where they are.
(b) Figaro may get lost looking for one.
(c) He wants to wash his hands.
(d) He does not trust Figaro, and his servants are out of commission.
8. How does Bartholo react to "Alonzo's" arrival?
(a) He is nervous.
(b) He is surprised.
(c) He is excited to meet the new teacher.
(d) He is immediately suspicious
9. Why does Rosine speak very coldly and formally to the Count?
(a) She is angry with Bartholo.
(b) She does not know who he is.
(c) She no longer loves him.
(d) She is still angry with him.
10. Rosine's temper flares, and over Bartholo's protests, what does she promise?
(a) To never marry.
(b) To marry the man who can free her from him.
(c) To become a nun.
(d) To run away.
11. Who does Bartholo say has authority?
(a) The Count has authority.
(b) The Count is in his home, so Bartholo is the one who has authority.
(c) The police have authority.
(d) Rosine, his love, has authority.
12. Why does the notary ask the Count to confirm that he is, in fact, Almaviva?
(a) To make the wedding official.
(b) The notary does not trust him.
(c) Only a Count could marry on such short notice.
(d) 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.
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) Where to hide.
(c) How much they dislike him.
(d) The need to have the keys to help Rosine escape.
14. What does the Count finally win through a bag of coins?
(a) Bazile's support.
(b) His freedom.
(c) Rosine's hand in marriage.
(d) The lottery.
15. How does Rosine respond when Bartholo decides to stay and hear the whole lesson?
(a) She is surprised.
(b) She is sent into despair.
(c) She is excited.
(d) She is nervous.
Short Answer Questions
1. What makes the Count reveal his true identity?
2. Why does Bartholo say Rosine had no right to marry the Count without his consent?
3. The Count knocks and comes in wearing what?
4. Who is Alonzo?
5. Of what does Bartholo accuse Figaro?
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