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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How is Belvile taking a chance of ruining his happiness with Florinda?
(a) By fighting the duel with Pedro for Antonio.
(b) By getting revenge against Willmore.
(c) By flirting with Valeria.
(d) By sleeping with Angellcia.
2. Who besides Willmore determines he also has an appointment with Angellica for which he has paid her fee?
3. Why does Hellena worry in an aside in Act 4, Scene 2 that all her hopes for love from Willmore are about to be destroyed?
(a) He is going to leave the country soon.
(b) He is professing his love for Angellica.
(c) He recognizes her through her disguise.
(d) He is after Angellica's money.
4. Why is Florinda's servant unable to tell her who Pedro is about to confront for the duel?
(a) The servant has been sworn to secrecy.
(b) The servant doesn't want to alarm her.
(c) Both men have their backs to the servant.
(d) Both men are wearing masks.
5. In Act 5, who comes in and offers to kill Willmore for the masked woman after recognizing her carriage in front of the house?
6. How does Belvile react to Willmore's attack on Florinda?
(a) Belvile punches him in the face.
(b) Belvile is yelling curses at him.
(c) Belvile pats him on the back.
(d) Belvile is speechless with fury.
7. Where is Antonio's duel with Pedro to take place?
(a) The Mall.
(b) The Plaza.
(c) The Molo.
(d) The Garden.
8. How does Belvile speak to the audience about his true feelings in Act 4, Scene 1?
(a) In a monologue.
(b) In a double entendre.
(c) In an aside.
(d) In soliloquy.
9. What is Belvile's opinion of destiny as he finds himself a hopeless prisoner at Antonio's mercy?
(a) Destiny has favored him.
(b) He doesn't believe in destiny.
(c) Destiny can be controlled.
(d) Destiny seems to be working against him.
10. Why isn't Antonio able to fight in the previously arranged duel between himself and Pedro?
(a) Because he is against fighitng.
(b) Because he is afraid of Pedro.
(c) Because he doesn't really care about Angellica.
(d) Because of the injury he suffered.
11. Who does the servant mistakenly think is Wilmore's love-interest after he sees a young woman with the unfaithful Englishman?
12. Why is Florinda worried about Belvile at the beginning of Act 4, Scene 2?
(a) He did not come to her window as planned.
(b) He has been drinking too much.
(c) He did not come to the garden gate as planned.
(d) He is going to duel Antonio for her.
13. What does Willmore wish for as the argument between himself and Angellica escalates as she accuses him of loving someone else?
(a) That Hellena was angry enough to leave him alone.
(b) That Angellica would sleep with him.
(c) That Hellena would sleep with him.
(d) That Angellica was angry enough to leave him alone.
14. 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 talking about Antonio.
(d) Whether "the boy" is actually Hellena in disguise.
15. What funny news does Frederic share with Belvile and Pedro as they return to Pedro's garden?
(a) What happend to Blunt.
(b) What happened to Sancho.
(c) What happened to Antonio.
(d) What happened to Willmore.
Short Answer Questions
1. In the final scene of Act 3, what kind of appointment does Willmore have with Angellica?
2. What deal does Belvile agree to with Antonio in order to gain his freedom?
3. What does Blunt first tell his friends he is doing when they suddenly appear at his door in the beginning of Act 5?
4. Where is Belvile headed before he comes upon the duel between Willmore and Antonio?
5. What does Pedro say as he enters Act 2, scene 4 disguised in a mask and ready for his duel?
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