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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who does Florinda think is following her at the beginning of Scene 4 in Act 4?
2. In Act 4, Scene 2, what aspect of "the boy's" story causes Angellica and Willmore to argue?
(a) Whether "the boy" is actually Hellena in disguise.
(b) Whether "the boy" is talking about Antonio.
(c) Whether "the boy" is talking about Pedro.
(d) Whether "the boy" is talking about Willmore.
3. What does Willmore wish for as the argument between himself and Angellica escalates as she accuses him of loving someone else?
(a) That Hellena would sleep with him.
(b) That Angellica was angry enough to leave him alone.
(c) That Angellica would sleep with him.
(d) That Hellena was angry enough to leave him alone.
4. Why does Angellica weep as she listens to the story being told by "the boy"?
(a) She is testing Willmore's love for her.
(b) She takes Willmore's unfaithfulness seriously and personally.
(c) She takes Antonio's unfaithfulness seriously and personally.
(d) She hates sad love stories.
5. How does Belvile speak to the audience about his true feelings in Act 4, Scene 1?
(a) In a double entendre.
(b) In soliloquy.
(c) In a monologue.
(d) In an aside.
Short Answer Questions
1. After Blunt won't let them in, how do his friends enter the house?
2. In the final scene of Act 3, what kind of appointment does Willmore have with Angellica?
3. What does Willmore do when he sees Angellica walking away from him in the second part of Act 4, Scene 2?
4. What happens when Willmore comes in with Frederic and sees Belvile with Pedro and Florinda after the duel?
5. How does Florinda react to seeing Blunt as she enters the strange house in Act 4, Scene 5?
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