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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. Where did the actors last see their missing fellow?
(a) On a street in Athens.
(b) At Quince's house.
(c) In the woods.
(d) At his house.
2. Where does Act 3 begin?
(a) Theseus's palace.
(b) The woods.
(c) Quince's house.
3. How many people were wed at the end of Act 4?
4. Who enters Act 3, Scene 2 as Puck and the Fairy King are discussing Titania's new love?
(a) Demetrius and Helena.
(b) Lysander and Helena.
(c) Hermia and Lysander.
(d) Helena and Hermia.
5. What does Bottom feel needs to be explained to all the audiences who see their mini-play?
(a) That it is about love.
(b) That the lion is really a man.
(c) That the deaths are not real.
(d) That they are not professional actors.
Short Answer Questions
1. What are the actors all doing at the end of Act 4, Scene 2?
2. Why is Oberon so hateful towards the Indian child?
3. Why do Hippolyta and Theseus enter the woods after Titania and Oberon leave?
4. What does Bottom say about his face while he is lounging with Titania?
5. Who are the characters in Act 4, Scene 2 looking for?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Oberon find that will help him reverse the effects of he love juice?
2. Why does Oberon want Puck to wait until Titania wakes up to change Bottom's head?
3. Who does Puck blame for the confusion with the Athenians and why?
4. What will happen if the actors are unable to find their missing fellow in Act 4, Scene 2?
5. What do the actors think have happened to their missing companion?
6. How does Demetrius respond to the news that by law, he can now marry Hermia?
7. Why are Oberon and Puck in such a hurry to clear up the amusing confusion they have caused during the night?
8. What does Puck do to Bottom when he leaves the stage during the rehearsal in the woods?
9. What does Bottom plan to do after he wakes up alone in the woods?
10. Who does Oberon blame for the confusion with the Athenians and why?
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