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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. What does Suzanne do after she enters the room with the dress in hand, unnoticed by either the Count or the Countess?
(a) she tells the Count to calm down.
(b) she hides.
(c) she begins to put on the dress.
(d) she interrupts them.
2. Which of the characters stay to hear Bazile play his music?
(a) Marceline and the Countess.
(b) the Countess and Figaro.
(c) Suzanne and the Countess.
(d) the Count and Marceline.
3. What sound summons Suzanne to the Countess?
(a) the sound of a bell.
(b) the sound of wind chimes.
(c) the sound of a horn.
(d) the sound of a voice.
4. What does the Countess urge Cherubin to do when he comes in to the bedchamber upset about having to leave?
(a) sing his song for her.
(b) dance his dance for her.
(c) tell her a story.
(d) take a nap.
5. According to Figaro, what will the Count be too busy trying to find as to even consider taking in a lover?
(a) Cherubin's many lovers.
(b) Figaro's lover.
(c) his beloved.
(d) the Countess' lover.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Suzanne agree to not tell even Figaro of the change in plans?
2. How does Figaro respond to Bazile's comment regarding Cherubin being careful around Fanchette?
3. What does Suzanne tell Figaro is missing from the commission papers?
4. According to Figaro, why is the bedroom perfect?
5. If Cherubin is discovered, what will they say the Count forgot to do?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Figaro tell the Count after the Count insists he pay his debt that day?
2. What happens after Suzanne enters the room alone with the Count?
3. Why does Suzanne want a different bedroom?
4. What happens after the Countess opens the door, explaining as the Count comes in that she and Suzanne needed some privacy when trying on new clothes?
5. What happens as Figaro and Suzanne are formally presented?
6. What is the key farcical action that inflames the Count and encourages him to retrieve his tools?
7. What does the Countess and Suzanne scheme to do to the Count?
8. What does Figaro argue regarding the letter?
9. What does the Countess promise Suzanne?
10. What are the implications for Suzanne now that the presence of Cherubin has been revealed?
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