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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What do Figaro and Suzanne talk about when they are finally alone together in the room where they are to be married?
(a) the Countess' support.
(b) the Count's temper.
(c) how much they love each other.
(d) the events of the courtroom.
2. Who is the plaintiff?
(d) the Countess.
3. When the Countess and Suzanne appear, how are they dressed?
(a) in costume.
(b) in peasant clothes.
(c) in each other's clothes.
(d) in evening gowns.
4. Which two pivotal characters will be part of the general public that is let into the courtroom?
(a) Fanchette and Marceline.
(b) Fanchette and Bartholo.
(c) Antonio and Fanchette.
(d) Antonio and the Countess.
5. What do the asides expose in the characters?
(a) exterior thoughts.
(b) interior thoughts.
(d) exterior actions.
6. What does Suzanne say that she and Figaro can use the money for?
(a) a house.
(c) a dowry.
(d) a wedding.
7. What does Suzanne do when at first she is alone with the Count in the castle's throne room?
(a) Suzanne eases the Counts mind.
(b) Suzanne help the Count with his paperwork.
(c) Suzanne flirts with the Count.
(d) Suzanne sings for the Count.
8. What does Figaro show Bartholo to prove his point?
(a) his birth certificate.
(b) his diplomas.
(c) his birthmark.
(d) his documents.
9. What is the name of the judge?
10. Which character rushes into the wedding room with the Count to uncover Cherubin's disguise?
(a) the Countess.
(c) Dr. Bartholo.
11. What is the reason the Count gives for thinking he might not take Figaro with him to London?
(a) The Count does not trust Figaro.
(b) The Countess has asked Figaro stay.
(c) Figaro is not gentlemen enough.
(d) Figaro cannot speak English.
12. What does Bartholo scoff at the idea of Figaro being?
(c) a gentleman.
(d) the marrying type.
13. Who does the Countess pretend to be as she waits for the Count?
14. If Figaro does not follow court orders, what will result?
(a) He will never marry.
(b) He will marry the Countess.
(c) He will marry Suzanne.
(d) He will marry Marceline.
15. What is the important word that Figaro is arguing should to be changed in the letter?
(a) or, not and.
(b) not and or.
(c) and only.
(d) and, not or.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who presents Suzanne with flowers in honor of her wedding?
2. What does Suzanne tell Figaro he's won?
3. What theater tactic do both Figaro and the Count use to show their true intentions?
4. What does Figaro tell the Count he need in order to get married?
5. What does Suzanne initially enter the castle's throne looking for?
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