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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. Who is Antonio?
(a) the handyman.
(b) the gardener.
(c) the cook.
(d) the butler.
2. Who is Suzanne?
(a) the Countess' maid.
(b) Figaro's bride-to-be.
(c) both a and b.
(d) Bartholo's cousin.
3. What does the Count swear to Suzanne after he realizes that Cherubin has heard the entire conversation and is banished?
(a) She will have to leave the castle grounds indefinitely.
(b) She can no longer marry Figaro.
(c) She can apologize but will not be forgiven .
(d) She will stay in her room.
4. Where does the Count invite Suzanne to meet him to discuss his and Figaro's upcoming trip to London?
(a) the bedchamber.
(b) the foyer.
(c) the dining hall.
(d) the garden.
5. How does Fanchette reply when the Count asks where Marceline is?
(a) she has gone into town with Bartholo.
(b) she is waiting for the Count in the garden.
(c) she is having tea with Figaro.
(d) she has left town with Bartholo.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Figaro playfully tease Marceline about?
2. What does Figaro give Suzanne for luck?
3. What does Suzanne do after she enters the room with the dress in hand, unnoticed by either the Count or the Countess?
4. What action does Suzanne describe as Figaro "being in his element"?
5. What does Suzanne tell Figaro is missing from the commission papers?
Short Essay Questions
1. What are the implications of Cherbuin lingering outside Suzanne's door?
2. What does the Count muse to himself as he sits in the castle's throne room?
3. What is Cherubin's role in the garden plan?
4. Why do Bartholo, Brid-Oisin, Bazile, and Antonio meet Figaro in the pavilion?
5. What does Figaro say when he is reminded of Suzanne's plans of still meeting the Count in the garden?
6. What is the significance of Suzanne actions at the opening of Act 1 as Figaro is measuring the floor to determine the best place for the bed?
7. What does Cherubin confess to Suzanne?
8. What does Figaro plan to do now that he believes he understands the Counts primary motive with the bedroom?
9. What does the Countess say to Suzanne regarding the meeting in the garden?
10. What does the Countess say to the Count at the end of the play after he's been humiliated?
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