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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Act 4, Scene 7.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Henry states that a man who sheds his blood with him in battle will be . . .
(a) Forgotten eventually.
(b) His brother.
(c) Tended to by England's best surgeons.
(d) As dead as he will be.
2. 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) It is against his oath to pardon any prisoner.
(c) That Pistol does not understand French currency and would have let him go for much less.
(d) That the boy has told Pistol that the amount is less than what the soldier has offered so he can get his cut.
3. Which part of the body does the chorus mention when he says, "We'll not offend one __________ with our play"?
4. What does Henry say is the meaning of the alarm that sounds as he and Exeter are speaking?
(a) The French have reinforced their scattered men.
(b) Reinforcements from England have finally arrived.
(c) The French have surrendered.
(d) All the English soldiers have died, been captured, or have run away.
5. 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) Some petty and unprofitable dukedoms.
(c) Marriage of Katherine's younger sister to anyone Henry chooses.
(d) Any land in the New World that had already been claimed for France.
Short Answer Questions
1. For what does the boy say he would give all his fame?
2. What characteristic does the Constable say has spoiled them, but will now be their friend as they return to the battlefield?
3. Why does Erpingham say sleeping on the ground is better for him than having a soft pillow for his head?
4. Complete the statement the boy makes after Pistol leaves with the French soldier, "The empty vessel . . ."
5. From where does the chorus ask the audience to imagine that the "well-appointed king" and his fleet embark?
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