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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 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) That Harfleur is not a strategic site and not worth defending.
(c) To hold fast because reinforcements are on their way.
(d) That the governor is lying because it would be impossible for the incompetent English to conquer a French town.
2. What additional information does the boy give the French soldier regarding Pistol's acceptance of the bribe?
(a) It is against his oath to pardon any prisoner.
(b) That Pistol does not understand French currency and would have let him go for much less.
(c) That the boy has told Pistol that the amount is less than what the soldier has offered so he can get his cut.
(d) That if he surrenders himself to the king, the king will be merciful and he will not need to pay the bribe.
3. Why does Henry say the soldiers will go to Calais?
(a) To obtain provisions and material.
(b) To spend the winter.
(c) To attack it.
(d) To meet up with rebel French troops who support the English.
4. Henry states that during peacetime, nothing is more becoming to a man than __________.
(a) Humble patience.
(b) Modest stillness and humility.
(c) Fair nature.
(d) Hard-favored rage.
5. What does Bardolph say he will do to help Nym and Pistol become friends?
(a) Take them out drinking.
(b) Bestow them a breakfast.
(c) Give his own money to settle a gambling debt.
(d) Throw a dinner party.
Short Answer Questions
1. From which port city does the chorus say King Henry will sail to France?
2. What does Henry tell the governor will happen if Harfleur does not surrender?
3. Hostess Quickly believes that Sir John Falstaff is not in hell, but in the bosom of __________.
4. What does Katherine think after she has learned two words in English?
5. To what creature from classical mythology does Canterbury compare Prince Henry's willfulness?
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