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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When does Figaro say is the moment to reveal who the Count truly is?
(a) If she says she does not love him.
(c) If she protests that her love is still true.
(d) As soon as she walks through the door.
2. What does Figaro tell the Count to keep secret?
(a) His identity.
(b) His love for Rosine.
(c) That he no longer loves Rosine.
(d) His purpose in being there.
3. Why does the Count insist that the marriage is an honorable one?
(a) He got to her first.
(b) He loves her.
(c) He has a title and is rich.
(d) She loves him.
4. What does the Count jump in and explain to Bazile?
(a) He told Bartholo about the arrangement for teaching Rosine.
(b) He also hopes Bazile is feeling better.
(c) He enjoyed working with Rosine.
(d) He hopes Bazile will take his money.
5. How does Bazile respond when Bartholo asks him why he accepted the cash?
(a) When confusion arises, money always settles it.
(b) He couldn not put it down.
(c) He loves money.
(d) He needs the money.
6. For what does Bartholo apologize?
(a) Sitting in on the lesson.
(b) Leaving them alone.
(c) Not leaving them alone.
(d) Falling asleep.
7. What does the Count confess?
(a) He does not sing.
(b) He gave the letter to Bartholo but never had the chance to warn her.
(c) He no longer loves her.
(d) He has already seen Figaro's note.
8. What does Bazile do when Bartholo asks for the cash back?
(a) Bazile refuses to return it.
(b) He laughs.
(c) He runs away with it.
(d) He gives it to him.
9. Rosine's temper flares, and over Bartholo's protests, what does she promise?
(a) To marry the man who can free her from him.
(b) To run away.
(c) To become a nun.
(d) To never marry.
10. She is surprised. What does she still not know?
(a) Bartholo loves her.
(b) That the Count is coming to save her.
(c) Figaro loves her.
(d) The Count and "Lindor," her lover, are the same man.
11. About what does Figaro complain?
(a) The ladder was not sturdy.
(b) The window ledge is slippery.
(c) No one is there.
(d) How they are both soaked because of the rain.
12. What does the Count try to do, as Figaro and Bartholo argue?
(a) Take Rosine away.
(c) Kiss Rosine.
(d) Speak with Rosine.
13. 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.
14. Why is there a lot of whispering back and forth between the characters?
(a) All trying for different reasons to convince Bazile to go along with the "Alonzo" story.
(b) They do not know what to do with Bazile.
(c) They are trying to figure out how to escape.
(d) They all are trying to decide how to get rid of Bartholo.
15. What does Bartholo say that confuses Bazile?
(a) He despises him.
(b) He no longer wants him to teach Rosine.
(c) He loves him.
(d) He hopes Bazile is feeling better.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Rosine show the Count?
2. How do Bartholo and Bazile, carrying a lantern, appear?
3. Why does Bartholo lose his temper and grab the notary by the throat?
4. What does the Count protest?
5. What causes Bartholo to rush out of the room?
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