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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How much does the first Ambassador make in a day?
(a) Ten drachmas.
(b) One drachma.
(c) Four dracmas.
(d) Two drachmas.
2. Dikaiopolis tells his daughter to have what kind of look on her face when she is carrying the basket?
3. How do Ismenias and the slaves pack Nicharus?
(a) In leaves.
(b) In shavings.
(c) In rags.
(d) In olives.
4. What is wrong with Strepsiades's bed when he tries to go to sleep?
(a) It is full of bugs.
(b) It smells too good.
(c) It is too big.
(d) It is too soft.
5. This isn't the first time Dikaiopolis got in trouble with the government. What was his past offense?
(a) Cleon accused him of swindeling people in the market.
(b) Cleon accused him of plagirism.
(c) Cleon accused him of slandering Athens in front of foreigners.
(d) Cleon accused him of treason.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the second ambassador bring as a gift during the assembly?
2. The Bride's Slave makes a final plea for some peace from Dikaiopolis. What is her reason?
3. Who does The Chorus of Clouds tell Strepsiades to send to the school in his stead?
4. What barnyard animal do the Megarian's daughters pose as?
5. How many members of the Chorus of Acharnians have been elected to serve as an ambassador?
Short Essay Questions
1. What kind of teacher is Socrates in The Clouds?
2. What is Dikaiopolis'S strategy in choosing the Peace?
3. Describe "The Great King's Eye."
4. Present the argument that finally wins a few drops of peace from Dikaiopolis.
5. Describe Dikaiopolis in the beginning of The Acharnians.
6. How is Euripidies depicted in The Acharnians?
7. What does the Chorus of Acharnians look like?
8. Describe what and how the students study at Socrates's school.
9. How does Dikaiopolis set up his shop?
10. What does the sacrifice Dikaiopolis makes with the peace look like?
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