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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Act 4, Prologue.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Alice tell Katherine when she pronounces "neck" as "nick" and "chin" as "sin"?
(a) That she needs to pay closer attention to how the words are pronounced.
(b) That she pronounces the words as well as English natives.
(c) To stop wasting her time and stick with French.
(d) Not to worry, because she can always hire interpreters.
2. To which ancient notable military leader does Henry compare the fathers of his men?
(a) Julius Caesar.
(b) Attila the Hun.
3. What does the chorus, somewhat embarrassed, say will have to represent the battle on the stage?
(a) Four or five actors with foils.
(b) A fireworks display.
(c) Sound effects clashing swords and yelling men.
(d) A painting of a battle scene.
4. What does Katherine think after she has learned two words in English?
(a) That she will never be able to learn such a difficult language.
(b) That she is a good scholar.
(c) That Alice is intentionally teaching her incorrect pronunciation.
(d) That English is a barbaric language.
5. What is Alice's response to Katherine's assertion that she (Alice) speaks English well?
(a) Alice confirms that she is fluent in English.
(b) Alice says she knows a little.
(c) Alice laughs and asks Katherine why she would think such a thing.
(d) Alice corrects Katherine and tells her it is German she speaks fluently, not English.
Short Answer Questions
1. When they finished mourning Falstaff, Pistol urges his comrades to begin their journey to France and be like __________.
2. The chorus asks the audience to imagine passing through the "foul womb of __________."
3. The chorus says the two army camps are so close together they can do which of the following:
4. After Henry responds to the Dauphin's insulting gesture by declaring war, the chorus states that "all the youth of England are" in what state of mind and doing what?
5. Henry states that during peacetime, nothing is more becoming to a man than __________.
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