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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does Henry have to return to France?
(a) He needs to discuss affairs of state with the Dauphin, who is too ill to travel.
(b) The Emperor of Rome cannot negotiate peace.
(c) The citizens of France want to overthrow the monarchy.
(d) He is ready to marry Katherine.
2. What do Henry and Williams exchange as proof of their quarrel with each other?
(a) Locks of their own hair.
3. The constable says the English "have said their prayers, and they stay for __________."
(a) Their king.
(b) Seeing us (the French) die.
(d) No one.
4. What does Westmoreland wish for before the battle of Agincourt begins?
(a) A horse as good as Henry's.
(b) Ten thousand more English troops.
(c) That Henry would ransom himself so the rest of them go home.
(d) A hot meal.
5. What is the "capital demand" in the articles of peace that Henry mentions to Queen Isabel?
(a) A formal apology from the Dauphin.
(b) Two-thirds of all France's tax revenues.
(c) The French king's crown and all his powers.
6. What absurd suggestion does the Dauphin make regarding the horses?
(a) Cut the horses' flesh and squirt the blood in the eyes of the English.
(b) Use horse manure in place of cannon balls.
(c) Slaughter one of the horses and eat its flesh in order to gain its strength and courage.
(d) The horses are so well trained, that they can fight the battle without their riders.
7. Which gruesome metaphor does Exeter use to describe the death of one of the English nobility who died at Agincourt?
(a) Something is rotten in the state of France.
(b) Larding the plain.
(c) Food for worms.
(d) Fertilizing a future vineyard.
8. To whom or what does Henry credit with winning the battle while losing relatively few men?
(a) The loyalty of his men.
(c) Superior strategy.
(d) French arrogance.
9. Why does the King of France say he has not yet agreed to England's demands?
(a) He wants to go over them once more with some of Henry's council.
(b) England's demands are too harsh and, therefore, unacceptable.
(c) He has not read them yet because he does not know English and is waiting on his translator.
(d) The queen told him not to agree to anything.
10. Who does Bourbon say will "take order now"?
(a) The devil.
(b) The French army.
(c) No one.
11. What amusing mispronunciation of a famous historical figure does Fluellen make when he is speaking with Gower?
(a) Julius Cheeser.
(b) Alexander the Pig.
(c) Attila the Nun.
(d) The Queen of Sheepah.
12. Who does Gower suspect had murdered the boys and stolen and burned the king's possessions?
(a) Soldiers who had run from the battle.
(b) French soldiers.
(c) Escaped criminals from a nearby prison.
(d) The king himself in order to arouse the rage of his own soldiers against the French.
13. What does the chorus ask the audience to imagine is happening on the English beach?
(a) Soldiers are being reunited with their families.
(b) Soldiers are basking in the sun before returning home.
(c) English ships are running aground because of a storm.
(d) Crabs and other seafood are being collected for a celebration.
14. What does Montjoy request of Henry on behalf of France after the battle of Agincourt?
(a) Renegotiation of Henry's surrender and ransom.
(b) The return of French prisoners not knowing they are already dead.
(c) That they may collect their dead, sort them by class, and bury them.
(d) A break in the battle.
15. Why does Erpingham say sleeping on the ground is better for him than having a soft pillow for his head?
(a) Sleeping on the hard ground is good for his back.
(b) Only Frenchmen use pillows.
(c) Pillows make him sneeze.
(d) Because he can say he is sleeping like a king.
Short Answer Questions
1. To what ancient city does the chorus compare London as they welcome the return of their king?
2. Why is the constable confident that they will be able to defeat the English?
3. What does Henry tell Exeter to do with Williams' glove?
4. On whose behalf does Pistol ask Fluellen to plead for mercy after this individual had been sentenced to death for robbing a church?
5. Henry states that a man who sheds his blood with him in battle will be . . .
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