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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. How does Figaro react when the Count confronts him about the letter?
(a) he acts shocked at the letters existence.
(b) he admits to the letter.
(c) he tries to talk his way out of it.
(d) he acts indifferent.
2. Which two characters had a child together in years passed who was given up for adoption?
(a) Bartholo and Suzanne.
(b) Marceline and Bartholo.
(c) Figaro and Marceline.
(d) Suzanne and Bartholo.
3. What will potentially happen if Suzanne pretends to go along with the Count's scheme?
(a) there will be more dowry money.
(b) there will be misfortune.
(c) there will be a higher rank.
(d) there will be a bigger room.
4. Where does Cherubin hide as the Count approaches the Countess's bedchamber?
(a) under the chair.
(b) under the bed.
(c) in the dressing room.
(d) behind the door.
5. What does the Countess promise Suzanne despite the Count's recent actions?
(a) Suzanne will marry no man.
(b) Suzanne will marry Figaro.
(c) Suzanne will marry the Count.
(d) Suzanne will marry Cherubin.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Suzanne respond to finding out what bedroom Figaro and she will share after marriage?
2. What does Antonio find that fell from the jumper's pocket?
3. What does Figaro playfully tease Marceline about?
4. Who is Suzanne?
5. What is the Countess's explanation to the Count as he enters the bedchamber?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Suzanne tell Figaro as he comes into the courtroom?
2. What are the implications of Cherbuin lingering outside Suzanne's door?
3. What does the Count say to "Suzanne" regarding his marriage and love?
4. What does Figaro say when he is reminded of Suzanne's plans of still meeting the Count in the garden?
5. 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?
6. What does Antonio, the gardener, witness?
7. What do Figaro and Suzanne talk about when they are alone in the room they will marry in?
8. According to Figaro, how are events supposed to unfold in the garden?
9. How does Marceline explain her previous affections for Figaro?
10. What is the key farcical action that inflames the Count and encourages him to retrieve his tools?
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