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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Act 2, Scene 5.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When Golde and Tevye's daughters sing the "Matchmaker" song, which of the following is NOT part of the lyrics?
(a) Catch me a catch.
(b) Bring me a dream.
(c) Make me a match.
(d) Find me a find.
2. As Perchik tries to talk to Hodel, who is very unhappy with him, what does he say?
(a) He's leaving for Kiev the next morning.
(b) Their dance was innocent and nobody minded it.
(c) He didn't mean to fall in love with someone else.
(d) He can't stand living in the village any longer.
3. When Lazar finally realizes that Tevye thinks he's talking about buying his cow, how does he react?
(a) Scolds Tevye for thinking such a thing.
(b) Tells Tevye he can't possibly compare Tzeitel to a cow.
(c) Laughs and explains he's talking about marrying Tzeitel.
(d) Faints with shock and is resuscitated by the bartender.
4. Hearing the news of the upcoming marriage, Russians who were sitting and drinking nearby bestow the following words upon Lazar and Tevye:
(a) Be well and merry.
(b) Enjoy everything.
(c) Live long and prosper.
(d) Heaven bless you both.
5. What does the spirit of Lazar Wolf's first wife indicate she'll do to Tzeitel?
(a) Choke her.
(b) Drive her out of town.
(c) Haunt her daily.
(d) Drown her.
Short Answer Questions
1. When Tevye sings "If I Were A Rich Man," he says that he'd build a house with one staircase going up, one going down, and the third _____________.
2. When gossip started by Yente spreads like wildfire, changing along the way, the village blames the supposed woes befalling Tevye's family upon _____________.
3. After Perchik explains where he came from, what does Mordcha sarcastically ask?
4. Some time after Tzeitel and Motel's wedding, why is Hodel upset with Perchik?
5. With Tevye, Lazar, and other men roaming the streets drunk, the constable appears. What does he ask?
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