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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. King Henry hesitates to go to war with France because he is afraid what group will seize the opportunity to invade?
(a) The Spanish.
(b) The Irish.
(c) The Scots.
(d) The Vikings.
2. What does Pistol ask the boy to help him do with the French soldier?
(a) Treat his injury.
(b) Tie him up.
(c) Move his body.
(d) Act as interpreter.
3. Complete the statement the boy makes after Pistol leaves with the French soldier, "The empty vessel . . ."
(a) Is easily broken.
(b) Makes the greatest sound.
(c) Appears the same as a full one.
(d) Is never filled.
4. What is the constable's chief lament as the French nobles prepare for battle?
(a) The English have proven they fight noblemen and commoners the same unmerciful way.
(b) The English will not present much of a challenge and they will not have enough blood to stain all their weapons.
(c) The battle is too early and he has not yet had breakfast.
(d) His favorite horse is injured and he will have to ride a different one.
5. 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) To prove to the Dauphin that war is his favorite sport, not tennis.
(d) This is what French soldiers would do if the situation were reversed.
Short Answer Questions
1. The constable says the English "have said their prayers, and they stay for __________."
2. What are "lavoltas" and "corantos"?
3. Henry states that if it is a sin to __________, then he is the most offending soul alive.
4. What do Henry and Williams exchange as proof of their quarrel with each other?
5. Who does Exeter say he had witnessed the Duke of York comforting on the battlefield as both men lay dying?
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