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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Act 2, Scene 1.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to the chorus, what is the French response to the impending war?
(a) They are shaking in their fear.
(b) They are not worried because they know the Spanish will come to their aid.
(c) They are as eager to go to war as the English.
(d) They are confident that their diplomats will bring about a peaceful resolution.
2. How are Exeter and Westmoreland related to King Henry?
(a) Exeter is his brother and Westmoreland is his son.
(b) Exeter is his uncle and Westmoreland is his cousin.
(c) Exeter is his cousin and Westmoreland is his nephew.
(d) Exeter is his nephew and Westmoreland is his uncle.
3. In the Prologue, what term does the chorus use to describe King Henry?
4. The chorus asks to be admitted to what?
(a) The audience's good favor.
(b) This history.
(c) The presence of the king.
5. 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) Aware that the war will soon bring an end to the good times and are making merry while they can.
(b) Afraid of being drafted and are going into hiding or leaving the country.
(c) Angry that they will have to fight a war to satisfy the king's personal agenda and are protesting in the streets.
(d) On fire and preparing themselves for war.
Short Answer Questions
1. Canterbury urges King Henry to look to his great uncle, who had once defeated the French, for strength. What is the name of Henry's great uncle?
2. What does Ely say regarding the transformation in King Henry?
3. In what city does Act 1, Scene 1 take place?
4. Hostess Quickly states that she "cannot lodge and board a dozen or fourteen gentlewomen" without it being thought she is running ___________.
5. The "vasty fields" the chorus mentions are located in which country?
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