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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Act 5, Scene 1.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Tony tell Marlow and Hastings about the owner of the inn?
(a) He tells them that the old man is a lunatic.
(b) He tells them that the owner is away and there are imposters in the inn.
(c) He says that he is closing the inn and fancies himself a country gentleman.
(d) He tells them that the old man loves to play tricks on his guests.
2. What has been established for Hastings in Act 3?
(a) That Constance will forget her jewels and elope with Hastings.
(b) That Tony Lumpkin had nothing to do with the joke.
(c) That Marlow is madly in love with Kate.
(d) That he is in Hardcastle's house and not an inn.
3. What has Kate promised her father about her dress in the evenings?
(a) That she will wear simply country housewife clothes.
(b) That she will only dress up in the evenings.
(c) That she will not wear jewelry in the evenings.
(d) That she will wear a dancing costume in the evenings.
4. What is Mr. Hardcastle's response to Mrs. Hardcastle's complaining that he only likes old things.
(a) He says she thinks anything bought last month is old.
(b) He says she will have to own that he is pretty fond of an old wife.
(c) He says she knows he just bought a new horse.
(d) He says she just does not know the value of antiques.
5. What does Tony urge his mother to tell Constance about the jewels?
(a) That she will give them to her when she marries Tony.
(b) That she sold them and the money is spent.
(c) That she had them appraised and they are all fake.
(d) That they are lost and he will bear witness.
Short Answer Questions
1. What refreshment does Marlow ask of Hardcastle?
2. Tired of humoring Hardcastle, what blunder does Marlow make?
3. What does Mrs. Hardcastle not recognize as Tony and Constance banter back and forth?
4. Why can't Hastings explain the problem of giving the jewels to Mrs. Hardcastle?
5. When Hardcastle cannot stand any more, what does he do?
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