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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Why are Bartholo's servants not very helpful?
(a) They are stupid.
(b) They were given the day off.
(c) They have been drugged by Figaro.
(d) They do not like him.

2. What does the Count do, regarding Rosine's song?
(a) He tears it up.
(b) He darts out from his hiding place and grabs it.
(c) He sings it to her.
(d) He listens to her sing it.

3. What does Figaro reassure the Count?
(a) Bartholo does not love Rosine.
(b) Rosine does not know who he is.
(c) Bartholo will let the Count marry Rosine.
(d) Everything is going to be all right.

4. For what will Figaro use his knowledge of drugs?
(a) To put Bartholo to sleep.
(b) To paralyze Bartholo.
(c) To kill Bartholo's servants.
(d) To put Bartholo's servants to sleep.

5. Why does the Count ask what Figaro is doing in Seville?
(a) He thought Figaro had died.
(b) Since the Count got Figaro a job in the government.
(c) He heard Figaro had moved to Paris.
(d) Since the Count found Figaro a job as a writer.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does Figaro suggest is impossible?

2. What does Rosine do in her free time?

3. What does the Count comically struggle to do?

4. Of what does Figaro remind the Count?

5. About what is the Count's song?

Short Essay Questions

1. How do you know that Rosine is cunning and intelligent?

2. How does the scene open? Why is the Count dressed in a disguise?

3. What does Rosine tell Figaro to tell "Lindor?" How will this news affect "Lindor?"

4. What is Bartholo doing, as this scene opens? Why might she be refusing to take lessons from him?

5. How does the Count gain entrance into the home and to see Rosine? Who's plan might this have been? Why do you believe this?

6. Why is the Count worried that Rosine might not leave with them to be married?

7. What does the letter the Count gives to Bartholo reveal? How does Rosine react to this news? Does Bartholo seem to notice her reaction? Why or why not?

8. What does Rosine do after the Count has sung and played the guitar for awhile? Why does she do this?

9. Where is Bartholo headed? What might be the significance of Bazile?

10. What does Rosine do with the paper? How might this small prop draw the audience into the story?

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