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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Henry, who is in disguise, tells Williams and Bates that "Every subject's duty is the king's, but every subject's _________ is his own."
2. What does Montjoy request of Henry on behalf of France after the battle of Agincourt?
(a) That they may collect their dead, sort them by class, and bury them.
(b) Renegotiation of Henry's surrender and ransom.
(c) A break in the battle.
(d) The return of French prisoners not knowing they are already dead.
3. What does Queen Isabel say she hopes will happen as a result of the meeting between the French royal court and King Henry?
(a) That all griefs and quarrels will be changed to love.
(b) That Katherine will accept Henry's marriage proposal.
(c) That Henry will admit the war was a mistake.
(d) That they will take Henry captive and hold him for ransom.
4. Finish Orleans' line, "Is this the king we sent . . . "
(a) A gift of tennis balls?
(b) Victuals for his men and horses?
(c) France's finest men to fight?
(d) To for his ransom?
5. Why does Katherine think Henry will mock her?
(a) She cannot speak English.
(b) As payback for the way her brother treated him.
(c) She is not very attractive.
(d) She is young and naive.
6. What does the Dauphin suggest they do before the battle to make the fight fairer?
(a) Strike their swords on rocks to dull them.
(b) Send only sick and injured soldiers to fight.
(c) Send the English food and fresh suits of armor.
(d) Leave the horses and face the English on foot.
7. According to Exeter, French troops outnumber the English at Agincourt by what ratio?
(a) Five to one.
(b) Two to one.
(c) Ten to one.
(d) Fifteen to one.
8. What does Williams do when he discovers it is Henry who he had made quarrel with the night before the battle?
(a) Says that it makes no difference.
(b) Tries to run away.
(c) States that he thought Henry was a commoner and begs for forgiveness.
(d) Insists that Henry has the wrong man.
9. What is Fluellen's complaint against Gower in the hours before the battle begins?
(a) He is speaking too loudly.
(b) He has not studied classical warfare.
(c) He spends too much time associating with common soldiers.
(d) He is getting drunk before the battle.
10. What does Westmoreland wish for before the battle of Agincourt begins?
(a) Ten thousand more English troops.
(b) A horse as good as Henry's.
(c) That Henry would ransom himself so the rest of them go home.
(d) A hot meal.
11. Which of the following tool do the armorers use to close the rivets on the knights' armor?
12. On whose behalf does Pistol ask Fluellen to plead for mercy after this individual had been sentenced to death for robbing a church?
(a) The boy.
13. What amusing mispronunciation of a famous historical figure does Fluellen make when he is speaking with Gower?
(a) Alexander the Pig.
(b) Attila the Nun.
(c) The Queen of Sheepah.
(d) Julius Cheeser.
14. What is Williams' response to Henry (who is in disguise) when Henry says that the king would not be ransomed?
(a) He agrees that Henry would not permit such a thing to happen.
(b) That he may indeed be ransomed but they would not know the difference once their throats had been cut.
(c) Only because it is not the way of the French to hold men for ransom.
(d) The English would never be willing to pay a ransom, even for Henry.
15. Who sends Montjoy to the English camp to request that Henry surrender and give himself over for ransom?
(a) The King of France.
(b) The Dauphin.
(c) The Constable.
Short Answer Questions
1. What do the constable and Orleans begin to do after commenting on the Dauphin's valor (or lack thereof)?
2. What does the chorus, somewhat embarrassed, say will have to represent the battle on the stage?
3. Which character suggests that if they do not follow him back into battle to die with honor, they may as well allow a slave to have access to their daughters?
4. Why does Henry have to return to France?
5. What does Orleans say has been lost?
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