Final Test - Easy
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This quiz consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why were nuns advised to fiercely avoid love?
(a) It would stir up God's wrath.
(b) They were not worthy of love.
(c) They were doomed to never find true love.
(d) They loved money too much.
2. What happens when love starts to decline?
(a) Blasphemy against God increases.
(b) Feelings of jealousy increase.
(c) It can end quickly.
(d) It dies a slow death.
3. In the author's reviews of decisions in love cases, what was the outcome of the case in which a lady forbade a man to love another and enforced a very severe punishment?
(a) The Countess of Champagne said she was too severe.
(b) The Countess of Champage said she was within her rights.
(c) The Queen of Eleanor forbade the two to see eachother again.
(d) The Queen of Eleanor told them to forget their past and move forward with love and equality.
4. In what way did the author explain that a certain class was akin to horses and mules?
(a) They were unclean.
(b) They were godless.
(c) They rarely loved.
(d) They were uncivilized.
5. In the conversation between the higher nobleman and the higher noblewoman, while she remained deeply skeptical and expressed a lack of interest, what did the man do?
(a) He became more intense.
(b) He reminded her of his social ranking.
(c) He mirrored her emotions.
(d) He sought the love of another woman.
6. What does blasphemy against God do to love?
(a) Curses it.
(b) Stalls it.
(c) Decreases it.
(d) Destroys it.
7. How did the higher noblewoman respond to the the nobleman's question about loving two women at the same time?
(a) The lover must seek God's guidance.
(b) The lover must choose one or risk losing both.
(c) The lover must keep chaste for the beloved.
(d) The lover must release both women and remain chaste.
8. Why did the author say that these women who are hard to love cannot love a single man?
(a) Their hearts are too full of greed.
(b) They seek only wealth and status.
(c) They love only to satisfy lust.
(d) They cannot love in a real way.
9. In what way did the author say that greedy women love?
(a) In a desperate way.
(b) In a real way.
(c) In a transparent way.
(d) In a counterfeit way.
10. What advice about making a love known to the public did the author provide to men?
(a) They should make it known that they are taken, but not by whom.
(b) They should keep love very secret and never tell anyone during early courtship.
(c) They should share their love openly with the public.
(d) They should avoid letting it be publicly known.
11. What future awaits a woman who stays with a cheating man?
(a) Endless worry.
(b) Stronger trust and commitment.
(c) A sure end to her love.
(d) Increased passion.
12. When the man of higher nobility spoke to the woman of higher nobility, of what did he argue that her resistance was an indicator?
(a) Her fears of love.
(b) Her true feelings.
(c) Her immaturity.
(d) Her derangement.
13. How did the author explain the concept of teaching the theory of love to a social class likened to horses and mules?
(a) It would stir natural desires in them only if they made a conscious effort.
(b) It would stir natural desires because all humans were made to love.
(c) It would be unnatural to them and they would never grasp the idea.
(d) It would be unnatural to them, but they would find it useful.
14. For the group advised to fiercely avoid love, what was one who sought their love considered to be?
(a) A hypocrite.
(b) A beast.
(c) A sinner.
(d) A harlot.
15. What did the author consider greedy women to be?
(a) Deadly enemies.
(b) God's problems.
(c) Worthy challenges.
(d) Charity cases.
Short Answer Questions
1. When a man and a woman, both of higher nobility interacted, how did the author advise the man to speak to the woman?
2. If a greedy woman truly loved her man, what would she be hesitant to do?
3. A member of the most noble class was called what?
4. When a man of higher nobility spoke to a woman of higher nobility, what argument did they have about love?
5. What did the author advise a woman to do if her man was unfaithful?
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