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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Act 4, Prologue.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which part of the body does the chorus mention when he says, "We'll not offend one __________ with our play"?
2. 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?
(a) Afraid of being drafted and are going into hiding or leaving the country.
(b) Angry that they will have to fight a war to satisfy the king's personal agenda and are protesting in the streets.
(c) On fire and preparing themselves for war.
(d) Aware that the war will soon bring an end to the good times and are making merry while they can.
3. Which of the following tool do the armorers use to close the rivets on the knights' armor?
4. At the conclusion of the lesson, what does Katherine suggest they do next?
(a) Go to dinner.
(b) Get ready for bed.
(c) Practice their English on their visitors.
(d) Find a professional English teacher.
5. What is Alice's response to Katherine's assertion that she (Alice) speaks English well?
(a) Alice laughs and asks Katherine why she would think such a thing.
(b) Alice corrects Katherine and tells her it is German she speaks fluently, not English.
(c) Alice says she knows a little.
(d) Alice confirms that she is fluent in English.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the chorus, somewhat embarrassed, say will have to represent the battle on the stage?
2. Henry tells his army that "when the blast of war blows in our ears," to imitate the action of which animal?
3. King Henry implores his army that if they do not go unto the breach once more, then they should close up the walls of the city with what?
4. What time does the chorus say it is based upon the sounds coming from the crowing country cocks and the clocks?
5. As Pistol bids his wife farewell, he tells her to let what appear?
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