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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Whose honor does Belvile believe Antonio is defending in the duel with Pedro?
2. Why is Florinda's servant unable to tell her who Pedro is about to confront for the duel?
(a) Both men are wearing masks.
(b) The servant doesn't want to alarm her.
(c) The servant has been sworn to secrecy.
(d) Both men have their backs to the servant.
3. What does Blunt first tell his friends he is doing when they suddenly appear at his door in the beginning of Act 5?
(a) He is on his way out.
(b) He is praying.
(c) He is reading.
(d) He is with a woman.
4. Whose servant has been told to follow Willmore and discover which woman he is pursuing in Act 4?
5. What is Belvile's opinion of destiny as he finds himself a hopeless prisoner at Antonio's mercy?
(a) He doesn't believe in destiny.
(b) Destiny seems to be working against him.
(c) Destiny can be controlled.
(d) Destiny has favored him.
6. 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 teases him for how he is dressed.
(b) He apologizes for their bad manners.
(c) He is going to kill him for harming Florinda.
(d) He apologizes for his sister's bad manners.
7. Who helps Florinda escape the room where Pedro locked her up?
8. What does Belvile tell Florinda when he takes her aside after Pedro's announcement after the duel is halted?
(a) He reveals that Antonio loves Angellica.
(b) He reveals his true identity.
(c) He reveals his love for Angellica.
(d) He reveals his reluctance to marry her.
9. What does Florinda get up her courage to do after she sees Blunt sitting and reading?
(a) Come out of hiding.
(b) Return to the house.
(c) Ask Blunt if he knows Belvile.
(d) Ask Blunt for help.
10. Where do Frederic, Belvile, and Pedro head off to after Frederic relates his funny story?
(a) To go back to the carnival.
(b) To church.
(c) To go see Angellica.
(d) To go tease Blunt.
11. How do Pedro, Belvile, and Frederic decide who gets to see Blunt's woman first, after they had entered Blunt's house?
(a) Drawing swords to see who has the shortest.
(b) Drawing straws to see who has the longest.
(c) Drawing swords to see who is the quickest.
(d) Drawing swords to see who has the longest.
12. What is the focus of Act 3, Scene 6?
(a) Providing a love story between Willmore and Angellica.
(b) Providing comic relief.
(c) Developing the plot through confrontation.
(d) Developing the plot through narrator explantion.
13. What does Willmore do when he sees Angellica walking away from him in the second part of Act 4, Scene 2?
(a) Goes in search of Hellena.
(b) Shrugs and walks away.
(c) Sings her a love song.
(d) Runs after her.
14. After Blunt won't let them in, how do his friends enter the house?
(a) Blunt asks them to use the back door.
(b) Blunt invites them in.
(c) They use Belvile's key.
(d) They break down the door.
15. What does "the boy" tell Angellica in Act 4, Scene 2?
(a) That Willmore is a thief.
(b) A story about a faithful lover.
(c) A story about an unfaithful lover.
(d) That Antonio is an unfaithful lover.
Short Answer Questions
1. How can Belvile win his freedom from Antonio in Act 4?
2. Why does Florinda assume the duel is between Pedro and Belvile?
3. In Act 4, Scene 2, what aspect of "the boy's" story causes Angellica and Willmore to argue?
4. What does the audience know about the duel between Antonio and Pedro that Belvile doesn't know?
5. What attractive woman does Willmore begin to follow as everyone heads out to the street in Act 4, Scene 3?
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