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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 explain the reason why "he" jumped out of the window?
(a) to avoid the Count's temper.
(b) to avoid the wedding.
(c) to avoid Suzanne.
(d) to avoid a fight.
2. Who is plotting with Figaro to win Marceline for himself?
(d) the Count.
3. Which character wants to marry Figaro, even if she has to plot to do it?
(d) the Countess.
4. Why does Suzanne agree to not tell even Figaro of the change in plans?
(a) it will give her more freedom.
(b) it will settle the Count's temper.
(c) it will ensure safety.
(d) it will make her marriage take place.
5. What explanation does Figaro give as the reason why a man wants to possess another man's wife?
(b) human nature.
(c) social status.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Figaro send up to be dressed and coached on how to become a woman?
2. How does Suzanne respond to finding out what bedroom Figaro and she will share after marriage?
3. What does Marceline have that she says binds Figaro to her?
4. What is Figaro measuring as the play opens?
5. Why has Dr. Bartholo been sent to the castle?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens as Figaro and Suzanne are formally presented?
2. How does the Countess respond to what has happened with the Count and Cherubin?
3. How does Suzanne explain to the Countess how Cherubin got away?
4. What happens when the Count approaches who he thinks is "Suzanne"?
5. How does Figaro respond when the Suzanne and the Countess tell Figaro that the Count knows everything?
6. How do Marceline and Bartholo react to Figaro's proof of his being a gentleman?
7. What does Figaro reveal that proves he is a gentleman?
8. What do Brid-Oisin and Figaro discuss together?
9. What has Figaro made arrangements for and how does the Countess react?
10. What does the Count say to "Suzanne" regarding his marriage and love?
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