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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. What is the job of a carrier?
(a) Convey groups of people across the country.
(b) Organize tavern gatherings.
(c) Carry goods from one place to the next.
(d) Take care of horses and donkeys.
2. Who does Hotspur's wife suspect of manipulating her husband?
(b) Her own sister.
(d) King Henry IV.
3. What does Hotspur discuss with the men at the beginning of Act 3?
(a) How to divide England.
(b) How to conquer King Henry.
(c) How to make suitable disguises.
(d) How to recruit more support.
4. Who has the Prince lost the respect of according to the King?
(a) The King.
(b) The Court.
(c) The People.
(d) The Queen.
5. How does the style of writing change in the second scene?
(a) Full of nature references.
(b) Bawdy and risque.
(c) Written in a Cockney accent.
(d) Written in prose.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the King want his son to explain about his recent, errant behavior?
2. What time is the "first cock?"
3. What is the name of the tavern that the Prince frequents?
4. Who are the characters in Act 2, Scene 1?
5. Why is the young Henry Percy nicknamed Hotspur?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why are there a number of persons disguised as King Henry on the field of battle?
2. Where is the battle with the rebels to take place?
3. Why has Poins made such an intricate plan with his robbery?
4. What has Falstaff done to recruit his foot soldiers?
5. What does Falstaff say when he is left alone during the battle?
6. What does Prince Henry say must happen during the war when he goes to the tavern?
7. What does the King say to Worcester when he comes to the camp, and how does he respond?
8. What does the Prince say in his soliloquy after Poins leaves his apartment?
9. Does Prince Hal want to regain his father's good graces?
10. Why is so much of what Falstaff and Prince Hal are saying unintelligible to modern audiences?
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