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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. 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 they will take Henry captive and hold him for ransom.
(b) That all griefs and quarrels will be changed to love.
(c) That Henry will admit the war was a mistake.
(d) That Katherine will accept Henry's marriage proposal.
2. What do the constable and Orleans begin to do after commenting on the Dauphin's valor (or lack thereof)?
(a) Exchange well-known proverbs.
(b) Begin to talk about other members of the French court who have exhibited the characteristic of valor.
(c) Call the Dauphin vulgar names.
(d) Notice an approaching messenger and begin to speculate on what he will say.
3. What is Williams' response to Henry (who is in disguise) when Henry says that the king would not be ransomed?
(a) Only because it is not the way of the French to hold men for ransom.
(b) The English would never be willing to pay a ransom, even for Henry.
(c) That he may indeed be ransomed but they would not know the difference once their throats had been cut.
(d) He agrees that Henry would not permit such a thing to happen.
4. What does Gower say motivates men like Pistol to go to war?
(a) Duty to king and country.
(b) Combat pay and spoils of war.
(c) So they can brag to others about their brave exploits once they return home.
(d) A chance to travel and see the world.
5. According to the chorus, what is the name of the area Henry passes through on his way back to London?
(a) South Hampton.
6. When Henry comes upon the scene of the murdered boys guarding the luggage, he says he has not been angry since . . .
(a) Montjoy came to propose that he ransom himself.
(b) The Dauphin sent him tennis balls.
(c) The battle of Harfleur.
(d) He has come to France.
7. Henry notes that the day of the battle is the feast day of __________.
(a) St. George.
(d) St. Patrick.
8. What is the "capital demand" in the articles of peace that Henry mentions to Queen Isabel?
(a) Two-thirds of all France's tax revenues.
(b) A formal apology from the Dauphin.
(d) The French king's crown and all his powers.
9. What does Henry say he and his army will do after they bury their dead and perform some post-battle religious rituals?
(a) Celebrate their victory and recover from battle in the French countryside.
(b) Go to Paris to discuss the terms of the peace treaty.
(c) Prepare for the next battle.
(d) Go to Calais, then return to England.
10. To which mythical creature does the Dauphin compare his horse?
(a) A centaur.
11. What had led Fluellen into thinking that Pistol was a valiant warrior?
(a) His brave words at the bridge.
(b) He had put himself in harm's way to rescue an injured comrade.
(c) Exeter had declared as much.
(d) The fighting skills he displayed at Harfleur.
12. According to the boy, who is left to guard the luggage after Pistol leaves?
(b) A few sick and injured soldiers.
(c) Some hirelings from a nearby village.
(d) No one.
13. Why does Henry have to return to France?
(a) The citizens of France want to overthrow the monarchy.
(b) The Emperor of Rome cannot negotiate peace.
(c) He is ready to marry Katherine.
(d) He needs to discuss affairs of state with the Dauphin, who is too ill to travel.
14. What do Henry and Williams exchange as proof of their quarrel with each other?
(c) Locks of their own hair.
15. What additional information does the boy give the French soldier regarding Pistol's acceptance of the bribe?
(a) That the boy has told Pistol that the amount is less than what the soldier has offered so he can get his cut.
(b) That if he surrenders himself to the king, the king will be merciful and he will not need to pay the bribe.
(c) It is against his oath to pardon any prisoner.
(d) That Pistol does not understand French currency and would have let him go for much less.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Pistol mistakenly think is the name of a French soldier?
2. Which gruesome metaphor does Exeter use to describe the death of one of the English nobility who died at Agincourt?
3. After witnessing a poignant scene involving the deaths of two soldiers, what is Exeter's emotional response?
4. What puts an end to Williams' and Fluellen's argument over money?
5. Who does Bourbon say will "take order now"?
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