Act 1, Scene 1
1. Who is the first character to speak in Act 1, Scene 1?
2. What do Bolingbroke and Mowbray accuse one another of?
3. "What my tongue speaks my right drawn sword may prove." Who says this?
4. How many gold coins does Bolingbroke accuse Mowbray of withholding from the army?
5. Who was Richard's uncle and Gaunt's brother?
(a) The Duke of Lancaster.
(b) The Duke of Kent.
(c) Lord Edmonton of Bath.
(d) The Duke of Gloucester.
6. What was Mowbray supposed to be doing with Richard's uncle when he died?
(a) Showing him the courtyards.
(b) Practicing to duel.
(c) Accompany him while traveling.
(d) Guarding him.
7. Who does Mowbray admit to have scheming against in the past?
(d) The Duke of Aumerle.
8. Who is Bolingbroke's father?
(a) Earl of Northumberland.
(b) Sir Henry Green.
(d) Lord Ross.
9. Why don't Bolingbroke and Mowbray forgive one another?
(a) Both have not shared everything they are upset over.
(b) It would be forfeiting their honor.
(c) They have both sworn to God they would seek vengeance.
(d) They have had a rivalry since childhood.
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