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Multiple Choice Questions

1. What does Chimene fear more than the dishonor of her father's death not being avenged?
(a) Becoming Don Arias' wife.
(b) Becoming Don Diegue's wife.
(c) Becoming Don Sanche's wife.
(d) Becoming Don Rodrigue's wife.

2. Chimene says her feelings echo those of the people in what way?
(a) She shares their joy and their faith in Don Rodrigue's strength and courage.
(b) She shares their joy and their faith in Don Diegue's strength and courage.
(c) She shares their fear and their faith in Don Rodrigue's resolve.
(d) She shares their fear and their faith in Don Diegue's resolve.

3. Who apologizes to the King for speaking rashly?
(a) Don Sanche.
(b) Don Rodrigue.
(c) The Infanta.
(d) Chimene.

4. By the end of the soliloquy in Act 5, Scene 2, a character finally comes to accept what truth?
(a) Chimene does not want help from the Infanta.
(b) Don Rodrigue and Chimene are still in love.
(c) Don Rodrigue must be imprisoned.
(d) The kingdom is about to be invaded.

5. What does the Infanta tell Chimene, regarding honor?
(a) It's a greater honor to sacrifice the public good in the name of fulfilling individual desire.
(b) Honor is more important than glory.
(c) It's a greater honor to sacrifice an individual desire in the name of fulfilling the public good.
(d) Glory is more important than honor.

6. What is the main idea presented in the soliloquy at the end of Act 5, Scene 1?
(a) Nothing can defeat Don Rodrigue now that he knows Chimene still loves him.
(b) Nothing can defeat Don Sanche now that he knows the King forgives him.
(c) Nothing can defeat Don Rodrigue now that he knows the King forgives him.
(d) Nothing can defeat Don Sanche now that he knows Chimene still loves him.

7. Why does Elvire say that Chimene should be happy no matter who wins the duel?
(a) Either her father is un-avenged or her lover survives.
(b) Either her father is avenged or her lover survives.
(c) Either her father is un-avenged or her lover is dead.
(d) Either her father is avenged or her lover is dead.

8. The King says that, given the actions of "Le Cid", he treats Chimene in what manner?
(a) He imprisons her.
(b) He allows her to marry Don Sanche.
(c) He only listens to her politely, without intent to do as she asks.
(d) He grants her request for revenge.

9. What does Chimene say happens to "Le Cid's" honor if he loses the duel?
(a) His honor is destroyed.
(b) His honor becomes his shame.
(c) His honor transfers to the victor.
(d) His honor multiplies.

10. Why does the King lie to Chimene?
(a) He wishes to test her love for Don Diegue.
(b) He wishes to test her love for Don Sanche.
(c) He wishes to test her love for Don Rodrigue.
(d) He wishes to help the Infanta.

11. In Act 4, Scene 4, what news does the messenger deliver?
(a) Chimene is on her way to kill "Le Cid".
(b) Chimene is on her way to plead for justice for her father.
(c) Chimene is on her way to forgive "Le Cid".
(d) Chimene is on her way to forgive Don Diegue.

12. In Act 4, Scene 5, who accompanies Chimene to see the King?
(a) "Le Cid".
(b) Don Diegue.
(c) Elvire.
(d) Don Sanche.

13. Don Diegue says that Don Rodrigue equals the achievements of Don Diegue's whole lifetime with what?
(a) His first sword thrust.
(b) His refusal to fight.
(c) Earning the respect of the King.
(d) Earning the love of Chimene.

14. In Act 5, Scene 1, which character says he needs to see Chimene again before he dies?
(a) Don Rodrigue.
(b) Don Diegue.
(c) Don Arias.
(d) Don Sanche.

15. In Act 4, Scene 1, which character says Don Rodrigue is afraid to appear before the King?
(a) The Infanta.
(b) Elvire.
(c) Chimene.
(d) Leonor.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does Don Diegue predict happens if Don Rodrigue is successful in battle?

2. At the beginning of Act 5, Scene 1, why does "Le Cid" expect to be defeated in the duel?

3. When the Infanta enters, in Act 4, Scene 2, what does she offer?

4. When Don Rodrigue enters in Act 3, Scene 5, what does Don Diegue believe?

5. In Act 5, Scene 3, the Infanta says she can never marry which character?

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