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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. What puts an end to Williams' and Fluellen's argument over money?
(a) Exeter tells them to go settle the matter with swords.
(b) Williams says he will accept Fluellen's money if that will make him happy.
(c) A herald arrives with the battle's death count.
(d) Henry demands that they be quiet.
2. What does Henry tell Exeter to do with Williams' glove?
(a) Make sure Williams is buried with it.
(b) Give it to a glove maker so a mate can be made for it.
(c) Fill it with coins and give it back to Williams.
(d) Send it to Williams' widow.
3. What is the amount that the French soldier offers Pistol to spare his life?
(a) Thirty pieces of silver.
(b) Seven hundred francs.
(c) Two hundred pounds.
(d) Two hundred crowns.
4. What is the dowry that the French offer King Henry along with the king's daughter Katherine?
(a) Half of the ships in the French navy.
(b) Marriage of Katherine's younger sister to anyone Henry chooses.
(c) Some petty and unprofitable dukedoms.
(d) Any land in the New World that had already been claimed for France.
5. What does Nym suggest Pistol can do to restore their friendship?
(a) Kill one of Nym's enemies.
(b) Write a letter to the king extolling Nym's virtues.
(c) Pay him the money he owes him from betting.
(d) Divorce Hostess Quickly so he can marry her as originally planned.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the chorus, somewhat embarrassed, say will have to represent the battle on the stage?
2. Which gruesome metaphor does Exeter use to describe the death of one of the English nobility who died at Agincourt?
3. What is the battle cry Henry gives his men?
4. What is Williams' response to Henry (who is in disguise) when Henry says that the king would not be ransomed?
5. Who is NOT one of the "three corrupted men" the chorus says has conspired with France?
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