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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 plotting with Figaro to win Marceline for himself?
(a) the Count.
(b) Bartholo.
(c) Bazile.
(d) Cherubin.

2. After careful consideration, what does the Count announce Cherubin be given command of?
(a) a prestigious regiment in the court.
(b) a prestigious regiment in the army.
(c) a presitgious regiment in England.
(d) a prestigious regiment in the navy.

3. What does the Count blame the arguments between he and the Countess on?
(a) bad luck.
(b) poor timing.
(c) Cherubin.
(d) the letter.

4. 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) his beloved.
(c) Figaro's lover.
(d) the Countess' lover.

5. What does the Countess urge Cherubin to do when he comes in to the bedchamber upset about having to leave?
(a) take a nap.
(b) tell her a story.
(c) dance his dance for her.
(d) sing his song for her.

Short Answer Questions

1. In addition to Figaro, which character is also in on the plot to have Cherubin stay?

2. Which of the characters stay to hear Bazile play his music?

3. What does the Count swear to Suzanne after he realizes that Cherubin has heard the entire conversation and is banished?

4. When the women tell Figaro that the Count knows everything, what does Figaro tell the Count to believe?

5. How does the Countess try to prepare the Count for the discovery of Cherubin?

Short Essay Questions

1. What does the Countess promise Suzanne?

2. What does the Countess say to the Count at the end of the play after he's been humiliated?

3. What does the Count consider when contemplating taking Figaro to England with him and what is Figaro's response?

4. 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?

5. What is the key farcical action that inflames the Count and encourages him to retrieve his tools?

6. What does the Countess say to Suzanne regarding the meeting in the garden?

7. What happens to Cherubin after the Count angrily jumps out from behind the chair?

8. What does the Count reveal in his aside?

9. What does Figaro tell the Count after the Count insists he pay his debt that day?

10. What does Figaro explain about human nature?

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