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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who begins to court the Countess thinking she is Suzanne, just as the Count is approaching?
2. When the Countess and Suzanne appear, how are they dressed?
(a) in evening gowns.
(b) in costume.
(c) in each other's clothes.
(d) in peasant clothes.
3. Who reads the letter aloud?
(c) the Count.
(d) the judge.
4. What do Marceline and Bartholo struggle with in terms of Brid-Oisin?
(a) for Brid Oisin to judge fairly.
(b) for Brid Oisin to favor Figaro.
(c) for Brid Oisin to become bias.
(d) for Brid Oisin to understand the case.
5. Who's relationship is Suzanne jealous of?
(a) Bazile and Marceline.
(b) Figaro and the Count.
(c) the Countess and the Count.
(d) Marceline and Figaro.
6. What theater tactic do both Figaro and the Count use to show their true intentions?
(a) a mask.
(b) an aside.
(c) body language.
(d) a soliloquy.
7. When the Count enters the castle's throne room, who does he order in?
(c) the Countess.
(d) the public.
8. Who is the plaintiff?
(b) the Countess.
9. Who does the Count think Figaro is flirting with outside of the pavilion?
(a) the Countess.
10. Who tells the "good news" about Figaro and the judges decision to Suzanne?
(a) the Count.
11. What is the only phrase that Figaro thinks he needs to know in English?
(b) scones and tea.
(c) water closet.
(d) royal crown.
12. What is Figaro's explanation to the Count as to why he's taken so long to arrive?
(a) he was eating.
(b) he was talking with Suzanne.
(c) he was looking for Cherubin.
(d) he changed his dirty clothes.
13. What does Fanchette promise the Count is he lets Cherubin go free?
(a) she'll throw a celebration.
(b) she'll marry him.
(c) she'll give him a reward.
(d) she'll take Cherubin's place.
14. What does Suzanne believe the Count will do during court?
(a) fool Suzanne.
(b) decide against Figaro.
(c) punish Figaro.
(d) decide in Figaro's favor.
15. What does Bartholo scoff at the idea of Figaro being?
(b) a gentleman.
(d) the marrying type.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Figaro reveal he is most jealous of in terms of the Count?
2. What is heard in the background as the Count is in utter disbelief at Figaro's manipulations?
3. Who does the Count accidentally hit as a result of the shocking kiss?
4. What does Suzanne tell Figaro he's won?
5. What does Bartholo concede the language will be in the letter?
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