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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 Canterbury say Henry had once been addicted to?
(a) Lusty wenches.
(c) Sot weed.
(d) Courses vain.
2. On whose behalf does Pistol ask Fluellen to plead for mercy after this individual had been sentenced to death for robbing a church?
(c) The boy.
3. What additional information does the boy give the French soldier regarding Pistol's acceptance of the bribe?
(a) That if he surrenders himself to the king, the king will be merciful and he will not need to pay the bribe.
(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) It is against his oath to pardon any prisoner.
4. What is the boy's urgent message that diverts Nym and Pistol from their duel?
(a) He has heard of an assassination plot against the king.
(b) His master is ill and he wants Pistol and Hostess to come immediately.
(c) French troops have launched a counter invasion and will be in London in a few hours.
(d) King Henry needs to see them right away.
5. Who does Exeter say he had witnessed the Duke of York comforting on the battlefield as both men lay dying?
(a) A French soldier.
Short Answer Questions
1. 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?
2. Henry tells his army that "when the blast of war blows in our ears," to imitate the action of which animal?
3. What justification does Henry give for his soldiers to wreak havoc if Harfleur does not surrender?
4. Which gruesome metaphor does Exeter use to describe the death of one of the English nobility who died at Agincourt?
5. What is Fluellen's complaint against Gower in the hours before the battle begins?
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