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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does Don Quixote think Dulcinea is still enchanted?
(a) Because he still has a mission to accomplish.
(b) Because he has done something wrong.
(c) Because Sancho has not helped him find her.
(d) Because Sancho never receives his 3,300 spanks on the bottom.
2. What happens as they ride up to meet a Duchess and a Duke?
(a) They knock over the tent where the Duke and Duchess are sitting.
(b) They allow Dapple and Rozinante to eat from the table.
(c) They make fools of themselves falling off their mounts.
(d) Don Quixote see them as evil rulers.
3. When the wooden horse arrives, why are Quixote and Sancho blindfolded?
(a) They are told they must do that for the horse to fly.
(b) They cannot see where the giant's hideout is.
(c) They have to get their eyes ready to see the giant in his dark castle.
(d) They might get airsick if they could see and look down.
4. How does the Countess of Trifaldi attempt to capture the interest of Don Quixote?
(a) With a tale of an evil count
(b) With a tale of a giant
(c) With a tale of two lovers
(d) With a tale of dragons
5. How does Sancho's common sense come though during the telling of the Countess' story?
(a) He does not believe Don Clavijo could become a metal crocodile.
(b) He suspects the Countess is another of the household maids.
(c) He says that the idea of turning the princess into a brass monkey is absurd.
(d) He questions why a Queen would die at the marriage of her daughter.
6. Because Quixote is so despondent, what does Sancho agree to do for money?
(a) He will go and bring Dulcinea to Quixote.
(b) He will trade Dapple for Dulcinea.
(c) He will find the person who enchanted Dulcinea.
(d) He will beat himself for a set amount per lash.
7. How does Sancho perform as the new governor?
(a) His common sense astonishes everyone.
(b) He makes many bumbling mistakes.
(c) He tears his new suit.
(d) He cannot think of any appropriate proverbs.
8. How does Sancho show his lack of pretension?
(a) He refuses to sit on a throne.
(b) He rejects being called Don Sancho Panza.
(c) He talks only to the poor.
(d) He wears his everyday clothes.
9. The curate, the barber, and the bachelor are not in agreement with whom over Quixote's decision to become a shepherd?
(a) The niece and the housekeeper
(b) Dulcinea and Maria
(c) Sancho and Teresa
(d) The Duke and Duchess
10. When they come to another inn, what does Don Quixote see?
(a) A fortress
(b) An inn
(c) A cathedral
(d) A castle
11. How does Roque Guinart handle a mutineer among his men?
(a) He banishes him from the band of robbers.
(b) He has him horse whipped.
(c) He splits his head with his sword.
(d) He has him hanged from the nearest tree.
12. Who does Sancho get into an argument with about waiting women?
(a) Dona Rodrigquez de Grijalba
(b) One of the traveling actors they had met earlier
(c) A scullery maid from the Duke's kitchen
(d) The stable boy dressed as a woman
13. What does Don Quixote want Sancho to do before he leaves to become a governor?
(a) Learn how to dress properly
(b) Learn to write and read a little
(c) Send a letter to La Mancha so Teresa will know where he is.
(d) Learn to speak without using proverbs
14. How does Quixote continue his tradition of siding with the underdog?
(a) He helps Quiteria escape.
(b) He avenges the peasants.
(c) He teaches the students about knighthood.
(d) He champions Basilio.
15. Who do they meet at the inn who is mentioned in the false book about Don Quixote?
(a) Sancho Panza's cousin
(b) Don Cardenio
(c) Don Alvaro Tarfe
Short Answer Questions
1. Why is Sancho amazed once again at Don Quixote's vast knowledge?
2. Why does Sampson's pretend squire leave him?
3. What causes Sancho to resign his post and leave his isle?
4. What comes back to Sancho from his behavior toward Don Quixote?
5. Why is Don Antonio not pleased with the arrangement of Don Quixote going home?
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