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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Act 4, Scene 5.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does the king of France instruct the Dauphin to do?
(a) Practice his sword fighting.
(b) Send courageous men to certain towns to ready them for war.
(c) Continue in his daily affairs as usual.
(d) Try to flee the country before the English arrive.
2. What had led Fluellen into thinking that Pistol was a valiant warrior?
(a) His brave words at the bridge.
(b) He had put himself in harm's way to rescue an injured comrade.
(c) The fighting skills he displayed at Harfleur.
(d) Exeter had declared as much.
3. What is Henry's response when Gloucester says he hopes the French will not attack now?
(a) That they are in God's hands, not the hands of the French.
(b) Not to worry because they will easily be able to take the French.
(c) He agrees that an attack now would certainly be a problem.
(d) That the French are bluffing and will definitely not attack now.
4. Finish Orleans' line, "Is this the king we sent . . . "
(a) Victuals for his men and horses?
(b) A gift of tennis balls?
(c) To for his ransom?
(d) France's finest men to fight?
5. What drastic action does the Dauphin propose rather than face the shame of losing the battle?
(a) Hang themselves.
(b) Run away to a heathen land that knows not France.
(c) Stab themselves.
(d) Disguise themselves as commoners.
Short Answer Questions
1. The constable tells the Dauphin that he has a mistaken opinion regarding what?
2. Which character suggests that if they do not follow him back into battle to die with honor, they may as well allow a slave to have access to their daughters?
3. What does Orleans say has been lost?
4. Which famous Parisian landmark does Exeter say will "shake" because of the Dauphin's insulting gift to King Henry?
5. Fluellen states that the Duke of Exeter is as magnanimous as which famous ancient monarch?
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