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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. Where does the beginning of this play take place?
(a) A road to london.
(b) A London market.
(c) The King's palace.
(d) A tavern.
2. Which of the following does NOT meet with Hotspur at the beginning of Act 3?
3. What is the nickname friends and family call the Prince of Wales?
4. What does Falstaff want to know at the start of Act 1, scene 2?
(a) What time it is.
(b) Where he is.
(c) Where the bar wench has gone to.
(d) What day it is.
5. How does the King say he won his crown?
(a) By being compassionate and religious.
(b) By being humble and sober.
(c) By being intelligent and witty.
(d) By being strong and present.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Falstaff say the Prince has done to win Falstaff's love?
2. What is Sir Blunt's first name?
3. If Falstaff lies on the ground, what will he have difficulty with?
4. Where does the beginning of Act 2 take place?
5. What does the Prince promise to be more like in the future after being scolded by his father?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Prince Hal say that he has Shirley, Stafford and Blunt in his arms as he fights Douglas?
2. What happens after the first robbery has been committed by Falstaff?
3. What does Worcester tell young Hotspur when he returns from his conversation in the King's camp?
4. What do the tradesmen make of the inn?
5. What has Prince Hal done to keep Falstaff from being arrested for the robbery?
6. What does the King demand of Hotpsur when he allows him and his father to leave the conference?
7. What does the King say to Worcester when he comes to the camp, and how does he respond?
8. What does Prince Henry give Douglas when he is captured after the battle?
9. What does Mortimer complain about after Glendower leaves, and why?
10. When Prince Hal returns to his father's court what does the King say to him?
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