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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Act 2, Scene 2.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which of the following is part of the Sabbath Prayer song?
(a) May you live in harmony and joy.
(b) May you dwell in the house of the Lord.
(c) May the Lord shine a light upon you.
(d) May the Lord protect and defend you.
2. How do the villagers feel about the news that Tzeitel will be marrying Motel instead of Lazar?
(a) Nobody cares who gets married as long as there will be a celebration.
(b) They wonder why she's marrying a poor man instead of a wealthy one.
(c) They are overjoyed because Motel is a much better match.
(d) They wonder who would force her to marry Motel.
3. As Yente and other women of the village gossip, the story keeps changing. By the end of their gossiping, everyone mistakenly thinks that who has been arrested?
4. After Tevye thanks the constable for the privileged information, what else does he say?
(a) The Jews will not cause any trouble.
(b) The constable is a good man and it's too bad he's not a Jew.
(c) It's too bad the Russians and the Jews can't see eye to eye.
(d) He would appreciate it if the Russians didn't give them any trouble.
5. Some time after the wedding and the ruckus created by Russian soldiers, Tevye sits outside his home, talking to God. What does he start out talking about?
(a) His troubles.
(b) His anger at the Russians.
(c) His anger at his daughters.
(d) His blessings.
Short Answer Questions
1. When one of her daughters reminds Golde that Tevye works hard, what does Golde say?
2. When Perchik wants to know why Hodel is so interested in the rabbi's son, what does she say?
3. When Motel manages to get Tevye's attention right before everyone has dinner, he wants to talk about Tzeitel but all he is able to say is what?
4. When the two Russians who were bothering Chava leave, what does Fyedka do?
5. When Tevye asks Shprintze and Bielke if they want to take lessons from Perchik, how do the girls respond?
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