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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does Bartholo tell "Alonzo" to speak loudly?
(a) Bartholo wants the entire house to hear him.
(b) "Alonzo" speaks so quietly.
(c) He is deaf in one ear.
(d) There is a lot of noise in the house.
2. With what does Bartholo gently confront Rosine?
(a) A marriage proposal.
(b) The love letter she wrote.
(c) A love letter from himself.
(d) A note from Figaro.
3. What makes the Count reveal his true identity?
(a) His conscience tells him to tell her.
(b) Figaro tells him to tell her.
(c) The expression on her face.
(d) Figaro calls the Count "my Lord."
4. She is surprised. What does she still not know?
(a) Figaro loves her.
(b) The Count and "Lindor," her lover, are the same man.
(c) Bartholo loves her.
(d) That the Count is coming to save her.
5. What does Bartholo tell Rosine the Count had told him?
(a) The Count wrote her a love letter but Bartholo had destroyed it in a fit of rage.
(b) The Count never loved her and is not coming.
(c) The Count showed the letter to another woman, and then told Bartholo the whole story in the hopes of getting Rosine away from the Count.
(d) The Count loves her desperately and will be there around midnight.
6. Who is Alonzo?
(a) A student of Bazile, which is the Count's new disguise.
(b) Figaro's nephew.
(c) Bartholo's nephew.
(d) Rosine's cousin.
7. What is everybody joining in convincing Bazile to do?
(a) Go home.
(b) Stay for a drink.
(c) Teach Rosine.
(d) Go back to bed.
8. How does Bartholo know there is a plot afoot?
(a) Figaro does not have a niece.
(b) Rosine is acting strange.
(c) The notary seems nervous.
(d) The Count is peering in the window.
9. For what does Bartholo apologize?
(a) Leaving them alone.
(b) Not leaving them alone.
(c) Sitting in on the lesson.
(d) Falling asleep.
10. In Bazile's opinion, when is a husband asking for trouble?
(a) When he tries to control his wife.
(b) When he loves her more than she loves him.
(c) Marrying a woman who is not in love with her husband.
(d) Marrying too young.
11. Why does the Count tell Bartholo that he is here to teach Rosine singing?
(a) Bazile has quit.
(b) Bazile is not a good teacher.
(c) Bazile has moved.
(d) Bazile is ill.
12. What does Rosine show the Count?
(a) The letter Bartholo gave her.
(b) A song she had written.
(c) A letter she had written him.
(d) A note from Figaro.
13. Rosine's temper flares, and over Bartholo's protests, what does she promise?
(a) To become a nun.
(b) To marry the man who can free her from him.
(c) To run away.
(d) To never marry.
14. Why does the Count insist that the marriage is an honorable one?
(a) He loves her.
(b) He got to her first.
(c) She loves him.
(d) He has a title and is rich.
15. How does Rosine say she felt about him but changed when she found out that he was plotting to betray her to "this horrible Almaviva?"
(a) She did love him.
(b) She was infatuated with him.
(c) She was obsessed with him.
(d) She sort of liked him.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why is Rosine shocked and humiliated?
2. What does the Count protest?
3. In another aside, about what does the Count worry?
4. What is "Alonzo's" second piece of news he passes on from Bazile?
5. Why will Bazile and the notary not be there earlier?
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