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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 enters the scene at the very end of Act 4, Scene 2?
2. Where does Act 3 begin?
(a) Quince's house.
(b) Theseus's palace.
(d) The woods.
3. Why does Helena think Lysander and Demetrius are playing a trick on her when she is alone with them in the woods?
(a) They are fawning over her like they were for Hermia.
(b) They have teased her like this before.
(c) They are not in their right minds.
(d) They seem to be laughing.
4. Where is Theseus when he asks for a specific form of entertainment?
(a) In the woods.
(b) In his house.
(c) At his wedding.
(d) In the town square of Athens.
5. Where is Act 4, Scene 2 played out?
(a) Quince's house.
(b) The woods.
(c) A street in Athens.
(d) Theseus's castle.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Titania continue to offer Bottom while they are together in the woods?
2. Which of the following is NOT a name of one of Titania's attendants?
3. What awakens Titania at the beginning of Act 3?
4. How does Titania feel about Bottom once she awakes and finds him in her bower?
5. What character will be missing in the play if the actors cannot find their missing fellow in Act 4, Scene 2?
Short Essay Questions
1. Where do the actors hope to perform their mini-play?
2. What does Puck do to Bottom when he leaves the stage during the rehearsal in the woods?
3. What happens to Bottom when he wakes up alone in the woods?
4. What does Oberon plan to do while Puck is resolving the confusion among the Athenians?
5. Who are the actors looking for in Act 4, Scene 2 and why?
6. Why does Oberon want Puck to wait until Titania wakes up to change Bottom's head?
7. What does Bottom plan to do after he wakes up alone in the woods?
8. How does Demetrius respond to the news that by law, he can now marry Hermia?
9. Who does Puck blame for the confusion with the Athenians and why?
10. Who was married in Act 4, Scene 2?
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