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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Act 4, Scene 8.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does Ely think King Henry will prevent a certain bill from being passed that would take away half the church's land and money?
(a) The king is a true lover of the holy church.
(b) Peasants would riot in the streets.
(c) King Henry is a good friend of Canterbury and will do what he requests.
(d) The Queen Mother would be unhappy if the bill passed.
2. What does Henry tell Exeter to do with Harfleur?
(a) Burn it to the ground.
(b) Fortify it against the French and be merciful to the people.
(c) Confiscate anything of value.
(d) Force out all the residents and tell the troops to set up camp there.
3. What does the governor say was the Dauphin's response to his request for help in fighting the English?
(a) That he is not yet ready to send adequate help.
(b) To hold fast because reinforcements are on their way.
(c) That the governor is lying because it would be impossible for the incompetent English to conquer a French town.
(d) That Harfleur is not a strategic site and not worth defending.
4. What does Henry say is the meaning of the alarm that sounds as he and Exeter are speaking?
(a) The French have surrendered.
(b) All the English soldiers have died, been captured, or have run away.
(c) The French have reinforced their scattered men.
(d) Reinforcements from England have finally arrived.
5. According to the boy, who is left to guard the luggage after Pistol leaves?
(a) A few sick and injured soldiers.
(c) No one.
(d) Some hirelings from a nearby village.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Williams do when he discovers it is Henry who he had made quarrel with the night before the battle?
2. Henry, who is in disguise, tells Williams and Bates that "Every subject's duty is the king's, but every subject's _________ is his own."
3. As Pistol bids his wife farewell, he tells her to let what appear?
4. To whom is Hostess Nell Quickly married?
5. After witnessing a poignant scene involving the deaths of two soldiers, what is Exeter's emotional response?
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