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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does the Count reveal in an aside?
(a) He is not sure if he trusts Bartholo.
(b) He is not sure if Rosine really loves him.
(c) 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.
(d) He cannot decide if he should keep his disguise on or take it off.
2. How does Bartholo know there is a plot afoot?
(a) The notary seems nervous.
(b) The Count is peering in the window.
(c) Rosine is acting strange.
(d) Figaro does not have a niece.
3. When does Bazile say he will arrive with the notary to perform the wedding?
(a) At four o'clock.
(b) At two o'clock.
(c) At six o'clock.
(d) At eight o'clock.
4. Why does the Count tell Bartholo that he is here to teach Rosine singing?
(a) Bazile has quit.
(b) Bazile is ill.
(c) Bazile is not a good teacher.
(d) Bazile has moved.
5. 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.
6. How does the notary explain the apparent mix-up?
(a) "There are many girls in town named Rosine."
(b) "I must have written the wrong name down."
(c) "The brides are sisters and bear the same name."
(d) "She must have finally decided which man she wanted to marry."
7. 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 showed the letter to another woman, and then told Bartholo the whole story in the hopes of getting Rosine away from the Count.
(c) The Count loves her desperately and will be there around midnight.
(d) The Count never loved her and is not coming.
8. Bartholo calls Figaro a knave. What is Figaro's response?
(a) What is a knave.
(b) He is not a knave; he is a writer.
(c) No, my middle name is Dave, not knave.
(d) Yes, he is a knave.
9. What evidence does the Count have that she loves him?
(a) She tells him she loves him.
(b) Her being upset.
(c) Her huge smile.
(d) She has written him a love letter.
10. Why does the Count quickly change the plan, and tells the notary that the marriage between himself and Rosine scheduled for later that day is to be performed now?
(a) He wants Rosine to be his.
(b) He does not want to lose Rosine to Bartholo.
(c) Bazile arrives with the notary.
(d) He cannot wait to marry Rosine.
11. What does Bartholo finally realize about "Alonzo?"
(a) He is better than Bazile.
(b) He is not who he pretends to be.
(c) He is not a very good music teacher.
(d) He is in love with Rosine.
12. What does Bartholo say that confuses Bazile?
(a) He despises him.
(b) He hopes Bazile is feeling better.
(c) He no longer wants him to teach Rosine.
(d) He loves him.
13. In Bazile's opinion, when is a husband asking for trouble?
(a) Marrying too young.
(b) Marrying a woman who is not in love with her husband.
(c) When he tries to control his wife.
(d) When he loves her more than she loves him.
14. What does the Count try to do, as Figaro and Bartholo argue?
(b) Take Rosine away.
(c) Kiss Rosine.
(d) Speak with Rosine.
15. How does Rosine respond when Bartholo decides to stay and hear the whole lesson?
(a) She is excited.
(b) She is sent into despair.
(c) She is nervous.
(d) She is surprised.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the Count finally win through a bag of coins?
2. Why does Bartholo panic and run for a chair?
3. Rosine's temper flares, and over Bartholo's protests, what does she promise?
4. To whom does Figaro say he is in the company of the Count?
5. What does the Count confess?
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