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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where do Florinda and Belvile make arrangements to meet when they see each other at the carnival?
(a) The next morning at the garden gate.
(b) The next morning at Belvile's house.
(c) That night at the garden gate.
(d) That night at her house.
2. Why does Florinda run off after being rescued from Willmore?
(a) Florinda is frightened.
(b) Florinda sees Hellena coming.
(c) Florinda goes to get help.
(d) Florinda sees Pedro coming.
3. Who does Hellena flirt with as they approach the carnival?
(a) Captain Belvile.
(c) Captain Willmore.
(d) Ned Blunt.
4. What was unusual about the author of this play?
(a) The author was a woman.
(b) The author grew orchids as a hobby.
(c) The author was only 11 years old.
(d) The author was a 90 year old man.
5. As they are flirting with each other out on the street, how does Florinda reveal her true identity to Belvile?
(a) Florinda gives Belvile back the ring he gave her.
(b) Florinda gives Belvile a kiss and then leaves.
(c) Florinda gives Belvile a picture of herself and then leaves.
(d) Florinda gives Belvile a good kick and then leaves.
6. What does Hellena decide to do to Willmore to make him pay for his attention of another woman?
(a) She is going to play a trick on him.
(b) She is going to buy him a present for their wedding day.
(c) She is going to introduce him to her brother.
(d) She is going to write him a love letter.
7. Why does Pedro challenge Don Antonio to a duel outside of Angellica's?
(a) Over money Antonio owes him.
(b) Over who gets Angellica first.
(c) To avenge Hellena's honor.
(d) To avenge for his father's death.
8. What does Blunt try to take from Angellica's after the Englishmen chase off Antonio and his men?
(a) Angellica's money.
(b) The large picture of Angellica.
(c) The small picture of Angellica.
(d) Angellica's jewels.
9. What does Blunt dread the most about his unfortunate incident with Lucetta and her accomplices?
(a) He dreads his friends finding out.
(b) He dreads having no money.
(c) He dreads being hungry and poor.
(d) He dreads losing Lucetta.
10. After stepping out of sight of the approaching Englishmen in the beginning of Act 3, what does Hellena overhear Willmore telling his friends?
(a) He brags loudly about his many conquests.
(b) He professes his love for the gypsy girl.
(c) He brags happily about good a time he had with Angellica.
(d) He professes his love for Angellica.
11. What does Hellena make Willmore promise after she catches him coming out of Angellica's house?
(a) Hellena says she will never see him again unless he refuses to see Angellica
(b) Hellena says she will never see him again unless he refuses to pay her brother money.
(c) Hellena says she will never see him again unless he refuses to see Lucetta.
(d) Hellena says she will never see him again unless he marries her.
12. As Pedro leaves the first scene, what does he tell the maid Callis to do?
(a) Lock Hellena in her room.
(b) Take the night off.
(c) Take Hellena to the carnival.
(d) Lock Florinda in her room.
13. Willmore tells Angellica that he disapproves of what as he banters with her in Act 2?
14. What do Belvile and Frederic do as the action escalates in the garden?
(a) They run after Florinda.
(b) They run away.
(c) They attempt to defend Willmore.
(d) They get into a fight with the guards.
15. What does Angellica give to Willmore after Antonio and his men depart her house?
(a) A special ring.
(b) The large picture of herself.
(c) The small picture of herself.
(d) A lock of her hair.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why do Lucetta, Sancho, and Phillippo feel safe from Blunt's retribution?
2. Why does Willmore offer to join forces and finances with the other merchants of the town?
3. Why isn't Phillippo jealous of Lucetta flirting with Blunt?
4. How does Pedro react when he sees Willmore, Belvile, and Frederic in his garden?
5. What happens to Blunt after he gets into bed with Lucetta?
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