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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. Who does Falstaff think will convince the Prince to help him with the robbery?
(b) Mistress Quickly.
(d) The King.
2. Who does Hotspur's wife suspect of manipulating her husband?
(a) King Henry IV.
(c) Her own sister.
3. Who goes first to Shrewsbury?
(a) Prince of Wales and ten thousand men.
(b) Crowds of commoners who will watch the battle.
(c) King Henry IV and his advisors.
(d) Earl of Westmoreland and young Lord John of Lancaster.
4. Why is Hotspur's wife worried about him?
(a) He seems distracted and obsessed with battle.
(b) Hotspur is unfaithful to her.
(c) Her husband has run out of funds to pay the servants.
(d) Hotspur is rarely at home.
5. Who teases Falstaff about being fat in the second scene?
(a) The King.
(b) The Prince.
Short Answer Questions
1. What prompts the King to stop all of his previous plans at the beginning of the play?
2. What do the carriers have?
3. What does Prince Hal promise the King?
4. How many men really attack Falstaff?
5. Who robs the thieves?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Falstaff tell the Prince after speaking with the nobleman sent by the King?
2. What do Falstaff and Prince Hal role-play in order to prepare the Prince for his return to his father?
3. What happens when the Sheriff comes looking for Falstaff?
4. How does Hotspur respond to Prince Hal's offer to meet him solo on the battlefield?
5. How does Vernon describe the King's army and the Prince of Wales?
6. Why does Falstaff tell the mistress that he cannot pay his bill?
7. What is Poins's real plan for the robbery in the second scene?
8. What does Vernon say to Hotspur about Prince Henry, and how does Hotspur respond to this?
9. How do Hotspur and Douglas feel about each other when they meet at the rebel camp?
10. What is the relationship between King Henry IV and his eldest son, Prince Hal?
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