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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Pistol ask the boy to help him do with the French soldier?
(a) Tie him up.
(b) Treat his injury.
(c) Move his body.
(d) Act as interpreter.
2. Who does Williams strike when he sees him wearing his glove in his cap?
3. 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) All the English soldiers have died, been captured, or have run away.
(d) The French have surrendered.
4. Fluellen states that the Duke of Exeter is as magnanimous as which famous ancient monarch?
5. Henry notes that the day of the battle is the feast day of __________.
(a) St. Patrick.
(b) St. George.
6. Who does Exeter say he had witnessed the Duke of York comforting on the battlefield as both men lay dying?
(d) A French soldier.
7. What does Henry tell Exeter to do with Williams' glove?
(a) Fill it with coins and give it back to Williams.
(b) Make sure Williams is buried with it.
(c) Send it to Williams' widow.
(d) Give it to a glove maker so a mate can be made for it.
8. In what country, other than France, does the chorus mention that trouble is brewing for England after Henry returns from the war?
9. What does the Dauphin suggest they do before the battle to make the fight fairer?
(a) Leave the horses and face the English on foot.
(b) Strike their swords on rocks to dull them.
(c) Send the English food and fresh suits of armor.
(d) Send only sick and injured soldiers to fight.
10. What suggestion from various lords does Henry refuse because he does not have the vanity or pride to do so?
(a) Declare a national holiday in his name.
(b) Have a statue of himself made.
(c) Have a major street in London renamed for him.
(d) Ride in a parade with his battle-scarred helmet and sword.
11. What does Orleans say has been lost?
(a) The day (le jour) and all (tout).
(b) His horse (mon cheval).
(c) The war (la guerre).
(d) His son (mon fils) and his brother (mon frère).
12. What is the constable's chief lament as the French nobles prepare for battle?
(a) The English will not present much of a challenge and they will not have enough blood to stain all their weapons.
(b) The battle is too early and he has not yet had breakfast.
(c) His favorite horse is injured and he will have to ride a different one.
(d) The English have proven they fight noblemen and commoners the same unmerciful way.
13. What does Montjoy request of Henry on behalf of France after the battle of Agincourt?
(a) Renegotiation of Henry's surrender and ransom.
(b) A break in the battle.
(c) The return of French prisoners not knowing they are already dead.
(d) That they may collect their dead, sort them by class, and bury them.
14. What drastic action does the Dauphin propose rather than face the shame of losing the battle?
(a) Disguise themselves as commoners.
(b) Stab themselves.
(c) Hang themselves.
(d) Run away to a heathen land that knows not France.
15. What topic are the Dauphin, the constable, and Orleans discussing when an argument breaks out?
(a) Their prowess as warriors.
(d) King Henry.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the "capital demand" in the articles of peace that Henry mentions to Queen Isabel?
2. What does Pistol plan to do for a living now that he no longer has Nell to support him?
3. On whose behalf does Pistol ask Fluellen to plead for mercy after this individual had been sentenced to death for robbing a church?
4. Complete the statement the boy makes after Pistol leaves with the French soldier, "The empty vessel . . ."
5. After witnessing a poignant scene involving the deaths of two soldiers, what is Exeter's emotional response?
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