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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why doesn't Argan notice his daughters reaction to seeing her music teacher?
(a) He is distracted by someone at the door.
(b) Angelique does not react.
(c) He is looking out the window.
(d) He is not in the room.
2. Who accuses Toinette of upsetting her master?
(a) Thomas Diaforus.
(d) Mr. Fleurant.
3. Who tells Angelique that Beline is conspiring against her?
(a) Mr. de Bonnefoi.
(c) Thomas Diaforus.
4. Who is the person taking many prescriptions?
(c) Mr. Fleurant.
5. How many francs does Argan have hidden in his room?
Short Answer Questions
1. What body part does Mr. Diaforus believe that Argan's illness stems from?
2. What does Mr. Purgon instructed Argan to eat?
3. What is Mr. Fleurant's profession?
4. Why does Argan say he arranged for Angelique's marriage?
5. Who agrees that Angelique finds a good match?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Toinette use irony to convince Argan to pretend to be dead and test Beline?
2. In Act 3, Scene 18, in addition to the discovery of Beline's motives, what other information is revealed about her marriage to Argan?
3. In Act 1, Scene 6, Argan demonstrates moments of conflict within himself. What is he conflicted about?
4. In Act 3, Scene 2, what recurring plot point is introduced in the conversation between Beralde and Toinette?
5. How does Angelique's initial reaction to her father's death show her true feelings?
6. How does Toinette, as the doctor, use flattery to aid in the deception in Act 3, Scene 14?
7. How can we tell that Louison is loyal to Angelique?
8. How does Cleante's presence aid in Angelique's portrayal of remorse at her father's death?
9. How does the transitional scene, after Mr. Fleurant leaves, further inform Argan's hypochondria?
10. How is foreshadowing used in Toinette's announcement of a new doctor's arrival?
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