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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Belvile show himself to be an honorable man to Pedro after Willmore draws his sword to attack Pedro?
(a) He draws his sword to protect him.
(b) He draws his sword to protect Florinda.
(c) He is reluctant to marry a woman he doesn't really love.
(d) Belvile says he's reluctant to let someone Florinda loves so much be hurt by his friend's sword.
2. What confuses Belvile about the speech Pedro gives before the duel in Act 4, Scene 2?
(a) His refusing to draw his sword.
(b) His referring to Antonio's attention to Angellica.
(c) His referring to Belvile as Willmore.
(d) His referring to Antonio dishonoring Florinda.
3. As Act 4, Scene 4 comes to a close, who is hiding from Willmore?
4. What happens when Willmore comes in with Frederic and sees Belvile with Pedro and Florinda after the duel?
(a) He flirts with Florinda.
(b) He joins in the fight, wounding Pedro.
(c) He recognizes Belvile and greets him heartily, revealing his identity to Florinda.
(d) He recognizes Belvile and greets him heartily, revealing his identity to Pedro.
5. 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 leave Florinda alone.
(d) He will fight in Antonio's name and appear in Antonio's clothes.
6. What does Belvile suddenly remember as he and Willmore walk towards Angellica's in Act 3?
(a) Florinda is supposed to marry Antonio tomorrow.
(b) He is late for his appointment with Angellica.
(c) He is supposed to leave tomorrow.
(d) He is late for meeting Florinda.
7. What does Willmore use to urge Pedro to consent to the marriage between Florinda and Belvile?
(a) A gun.
(b) A knife.
(c) A crew of sailors nearby who'd be more than willing to go drinking with Pedro.
(d) A crew of sailors nearby who'd be more than willing to subdue Pedro.
8. Where does Antonio order Belvile to be taken by the soldiers of town after they arrest him?
(a) To board the next boat out.
(b) To Pedro's house.
(c) To the jail.
(d) To his rooms.
9. In Act 5, who comes in and offers to kill Willmore for the masked woman after recognizing her carriage in front of the house?
10. 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 recognizes her through her disguise.
(c) He is professing his love for Angellica.
(d) He is after Angellica's money.
11. What does Pedro say as he enters Act 2, scene 4 disguised in a mask and ready for his duel?
(a) He says he is ready to fight to the death.
(b) He says he would rather not fight.
(c) He wonders where Antonio is.
(d) He wonders where Belvile is.
12. 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 longest.
(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 shortest.
13. As all the characters are moving about the town in Act 4, what attractive woman begins to follow Willmore?
14. Who does Angellica tell Willmore he will be happier with instead of her?
(a) His filthy little mistress.
(b) Only her.
(c) His other slut.
(d) His virtuous mistress.
15. Who is the masked woman who has come to see Willmore?
Short Answer Questions
1. What condition is Antonio in as he comes into the room where he is holding Belvile prisoner?
2. Whose servant has been told to follow Willmore and discover which woman he is pursuing in Act 4?
3. What does Pedro say to Blunt he enters the house with Belvile and Frederic and they demand to know what Blunt is up to?
4. How is Belvile taking a chance of ruining his happiness with Florinda?
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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