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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does the king of France instruct the Dauphin to do?
(a) Practice his sword fighting.
(b) Send courageous men to certain towns to ready them for war.
(c) Try to flee the country before the English arrive.
(d) Continue in his daily affairs as usual.
2. According to the chorus, what is the French response to the impending war?
(a) They are confident that their diplomats will bring about a peaceful resolution.
(b) They are as eager to go to war as the English.
(c) They are shaking in their fear.
(d) They are not worried because they know the Spanish will come to their aid.
3. To what ethnic heritage does Britaine refer to when he suggests the English are of illegitimate birth?
4. What does King Henry tell Exeter to do with the drunken man who had railed against him the day before?
(a) Execute him.
(b) Offer him a position at court.
(c) Put him in the stocks in the town square.
(d) Pardon him.
5. Which character from classical mythology does the chorus say fans the streamers of the brave fleet?
6. Which part of the body does the chorus mention when he says, "We'll not offend one __________ with our play"?
7. How are Exeter and Westmoreland related to King Henry?
(a) Exeter is his brother and Westmoreland is his son.
(b) Exeter is his cousin and Westmoreland is his nephew.
(c) Exeter is his nephew and Westmoreland is his uncle.
(d) Exeter is his uncle and Westmoreland is his cousin.
8. For what does the boy say he would give all his fame?
(a) Victory for the king.
(b) A fair wench.
(c) A pot of ale and safety.
(d) To have Falstaff alive again.
9. The Dauphin claims that "__________ is not so vile a sin / As __________."
10. What words from Alice's lesson does Katherine consider too vulgar to speak before the gentlemen of France?
(a) Arm and elbow.
(b) Nick and sin.
(c) Fingre and nails.
(d) Foot and count.
11. The "vasty fields" the chorus mentions are located in which country?
12. The chorus asks the audience "kindly to judge" what?
(a) Each other.
(c) People of the past and their actions.
(d) The play.
13. When referring to King Henry's confrontation with Scroop, Cambridge, and Grey, Bedford states, "his grace is __________ to trust these traitors."
14. The king of France tells the Dauphin to stay with them in __________.
15. What does the chorus says separates the "two mighty monarchies"?
(a) The perilous narrow ocean.
(b) The will of God.
(d) A fortnight's journey by horse.
Short Answer Questions
1. The chorus invites the audience to "piece out" what with their thoughts?
2. The constable states that if Henry cannot be fought off, then they should leave France and leave their "__________ to a barbarous people."
3. What is the boy's urgent message that diverts Nym and Pistol from their duel?
4. What are "lavoltas" and "corantos"?
5. What words from Henry's speech at Harfleur does Bardolph repeat to the others in his group?
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