The Marriage of Figaro Test | Final Test - Easy

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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Who does the Count think Figaro is flirting with outside of the pavilion?
(a) Suzanne.
(b) the Countess.
(c) Fanchette.
(d) Marceline.

2. Which character arrives alongside the Countess and Suzanne?
(a) Marceline.
(b) Fanchette.
(c) Cherubin.
(d) Bartholo.

3. Who get's the room ready for the hearing?
(a) the Countess.
(b) Figaro.
(c) Cherubin.
(d) Suzanne.

4. What is the important word that Figaro is arguing should to be changed in the letter?
(a) and only.
(b) and, not or.
(c) or, not and.
(d) not and or.

5. Which two pivotal characters will be part of the general public that is let into the courtroom?
(a) Antonio and Fanchette.
(b) Fanchette and Marceline.
(c) Fanchette and Bartholo.
(d) Antonio and the Countess.

6. What does Figaro say to Suzanne about the meeting in the garden?
(a) it is postponed.
(b) the Count will not show.
(c) it is called off.
(d) it is still on.

7. Why has Figaro called Bartholo, Brid-Oisin, Bazile, and Antonio to the garden?
(a) to witness Suzanne's infidelity.
(b) to help Figaro prove the Count's infidelity.
(c) to witness the Count's humiliation.
(d) for support.

8. What does Suzanne believe the Count will do during court?
(a) decide in Figaro's favor.
(b) punish Figaro.
(c) fool Suzanne.
(d) decide against Figaro.

9. What happens between Cherubin and the Countess after the presentation of flowers in honor of Suzanne's wedding?
(a) the Countess gives Cherubin his commission papers.
(b) The Countess gives Cherubin a kiss.
(c) Cherubin gives the Countess a ring.
(d) Cherubin gives the Countess a kiss.

10. What does Suzanne do when at first she is alone with the Count in the castle's throne room?
(a) Suzanne help the Count with his paperwork.
(b) Suzanne eases the Counts mind.
(c) Suzanne flirts with the Count.
(d) Suzanne sings for the Count.

11. What does the Countess say to Suzanne about the meeting in the garden?
(a) it is postponed.
(b) it is called off.
(c) the Count will not show.
(d) it is still on.

12. What theater tactic do both Figaro and the Count use to show their true intentions?
(a) an aside.
(b) a soliloquy.
(c) a mask.
(d) body language.

13. Who is an aside spoken directly to when performed onstage?
(a) the audience.
(b) the opposing character.
(c) the actor himself.
(d) the set.

14. Who is the defendant?
(a) Figaro.
(b) Marceline.
(c) the Count.
(d) the Countess.

15. What do Suzanne, Figaro, and all the others do in the presence of the Count pleading for the Count's mercy?
(a) put their hands together in prayer.
(b) bow.
(c) lie in the garden.
(d) fall to their knees.

Short Answer Questions

1. Who is left alone in the courtroom?

2. What does Bartholo reveal?

3. How does everyone react to the news from Marceline and Bartholo?

4. What does Figaro reveal he is most jealous of in terms of the Count?

5. What is the setting of Act 3, Part 1?

(see the answer keys)

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