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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In Act 4, Scene 2, what aspect of "the boy's" story causes Angellica and Willmore to argue?
(a) Whether "the boy" is talking about Pedro.
(b) Whether "the boy" is talking about Willmore.
(c) Whether "the boy" is actually Hellena in disguise.
(d) Whether "the boy" is talking about Antonio.
2. In Act 4, Scene 5 why is Blunt happy to see Florinda?
(a) He knows Belvile loves her.
(b) He thinks she is his chance for revenge.
(c) He is going to ask her for money.
(d) He is in love with her.
3. What does Florinda get up her courage to do after she sees Blunt sitting and reading?
(a) Ask Blunt if he knows Belvile.
(b) Return to the house.
(c) Come out of hiding.
(d) Ask Blunt for help.
4. How does Belvile react to Willmore's attack on Florinda?
(a) Belvile pats him on the back.
(b) Belvile punches him in the face.
(c) Belvile is yelling curses at him.
(d) Belvile is speechless with fury.
5. What does Antonio accuse Belvile of doing as he mistakes him for Willmore, who has already left the scene?
(a) Attacking Angellica.
(b) Attacking him twice.
(c) Robbing him.
(d) Attacking him once.
6. Where does Antonio order Belvile to be taken by the soldiers of town after they arrest him?
(a) To Pedro's house.
(b) To his rooms.
(c) To the jail.
(d) To board the next boat out.
7. Because he can see how much the duel with her brother is upsetting Florinda, what unexpected thing does Belvile do?
(a) He calls upon his friends to help fight.
(b) He lays his sword at Florinda's feet.
(c) He flees the scene.
(d) He wounds Pedro.
8. What does Pedro say to Blunt he enters the house with Belvile and Frederic and they demand to know what Blunt is up to?
(a) He apologizes for their bad manners.
(b) He teases him for how he is dressed.
(c) He apologizes for his sister's bad manners.
(d) He is going to kill him for harming Florinda.
9. What does "the boy" tell Angellica in Act 4, Scene 2?
(a) A story about a faithful lover.
(b) That Willmore is a thief.
(c) That Antonio is an unfaithful lover.
(d) A story about an unfaithful lover.
10. Whose house does Florinda unknowingly duck into to evade Pedro?
11. What does the masked woman demand that Willmore tell her as she reveals who she is?
(a) To know how many other women he's betrayed.
(b) To know if he will marry her.
(c) To know how much money he has.
(d) To know his true love.
12. What would be worse torture to Belvile than being imprisoned by Antonio?
(a) Losing his fortune.
(b) Marrying Florinda.
(c) Losing Valeria.
(d) Losing Florinda.
13. What happens when Willmore comes in with Frederic and sees Belvile with Pedro and Florinda after the duel?
(a) He joins in the fight, wounding Pedro.
(b) He flirts with Florinda.
(c) He recognizes Belvile and greets him heartily, revealing his identity to Pedro.
(d) He recognizes Belvile and greets him heartily, revealing his identity to Florinda.
14. What deal does Belvile agree to with Antonio in order to gain his freedom?
(a) He will support Antonio in his bid to be govenor.
(b) He will give Antonio all his money.
(c) He will fight in Antonio's name and appear in Antonio's clothes.
(d) He will leave Florinda alone.
15. What confuses Belvile about the speech Pedro gives before the duel in Act 4, Scene 2?
(a) His referring to Antonio's attention to Angellica.
(b) His referring to Belvile as Willmore.
(c) His referring to Antonio dishonoring Florinda.
(d) His refusing to draw his sword.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Willmore do when he sees Angellica walking away from him in the second part of Act 4, Scene 2?
2. Who does Florinda think is following her at the beginning of Scene 4 in Act 4?
3. What does Blunt do when he apologizes to Florinda for attacking her?
4. Who does Angellica think Willmore is in love with after she has him followed?
5. What is Blunt wearing as he tries to avoid meeting his friends by hiding in Belvile's house?
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