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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. Why is Bottom so surprised at the reaction he gets from the other actors after Puck has enchanted him?
(a) He does not notice the difference.
(b) He did not know they were so cowardly.
(c) He wanted them to help him.
(d) He thought they were his friends.
2. Who are the characters in Act 4, Scene 2 looking for?
3. What do the actors think has happened to their missing fellow?
(a) He got lost in a strange city.
(b) He was transported in the woods.
(c) He was thrown in prison.
(d) He ran away.
4. Who sees the actors rehearsing their play at the beginning of Act 3?
5. What does Bottom ask Cobweb to do for him while he is with Titania?
(a) Fetch him some food.
(b) Scratch his head.
(c) Sing a song.
(d) Bring him some water.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Act 3 begin?
2. How many people were wed at the end of Act 4?
3. Who enters Act 3, Scene 2 as Puck and the Fairy King are discussing Titania's new love?
4. What do Hermia and Helena insult about each other as they fight in the woods?
5. What are the actors all doing at the end of Act 4, Scene 2?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who does Puck blame for the confusion with the Athenians and why?
2. What does Titania do when she awakens to Bottom's singing in the woods?
3. What does Bottom plan to do after he wakes up alone in the woods?
4. What do the actors think have happened to their missing companion?
5. How does Demetrius respond to the news that by law, he can now marry Hermia?
6. What does Bottom say the Lion must do before he begins his part in the mini-play?
7. Where do the actors hope to perform their mini-play?
8. How does Puck clear up the confusion among the four lovers of Athens?
9. Who are the actors looking for in Act 4, Scene 2 and why?
10. What does Bottom promise to tell his fellow companions in Act 4, Scene 2?
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