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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Act 5, Scene 2.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What justification does Henry give for his soldiers to wreak havoc if Harfleur does not surrender?
(a) The soldiers will be so enraged that he will not be able to control them.
(b) To make an example of them for other French cities.
(c) This is what French soldiers would do if the situation were reversed.
(d) To prove to the Dauphin that war is his favorite sport, not tennis.
2. Sir Thomas Grey tells King Henry that those who were his father's enemies now do what?
(a) Serve the king.
(b) Rot in the prison graveyard.
(c) Hate the king even more than they hated his father.
(d) Fear the king.
3. What absurd suggestion does the Dauphin make regarding the horses?
(a) Slaughter one of the horses and eat its flesh in order to gain its strength and courage.
(b) The horses are so well trained, that they can fight the battle without their riders.
(c) Use horse manure in place of cannon balls.
(d) Cut the horses' flesh and squirt the blood in the eyes of the English.
4. What is Fluellen's complaint against Gower in the hours before the battle begins?
(a) He is speaking too loudly.
(b) He spends too much time associating with common soldiers.
(c) He is getting drunk before the battle.
(d) He has not studied classical warfare.
5. What is the amount that the French soldier offers Pistol to spare his life?
(a) Two hundred pounds.
(b) Seven hundred francs.
(c) Two hundred crowns.
(d) Thirty pieces of silver.
Short Answer Questions
1. According to the chorus, what is the French response to the impending war?
2. Henry states that if it is a sin to __________, then he is the most offending soul alive.
3. Which character from classical mythology does the chorus say fans the streamers of the brave fleet?
4. 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?
5. From where does the chorus ask the audience to imagine that the "well-appointed king" and his fleet embark?
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