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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 does the Cid express his displeasure about the marriages?
(a) He refuses to give a toast at the wedding feast.
(b) He wears black to the wedding as a sign of mourning.
(c) He refuses to give his daughters away.
(d) He does not attend the wedding festivities.
2. Who subdues a lion in Section 112?
(a) King Alphonso.
(d) The Cid.
3. Who provides the feast in Section 84?
(a) The Cid.
(b) The Cid's wife.
(c) King Alphonso.
4. What do the men surround in Section 112?
(a) The bedchamber of the Infantes of Carrión.
(b) King Alphonso's couch.
(c) Cid's couch.
(d) Cid's daughters' bedchamber.
5. In what section does the Third Cantar begin?
Short Answer Questions
1. How many Moors escape the Cid's army in the second battle in Section 95?
2. What animal gets loose in Section 112?
3. Who overhears a conversation between the Infantes of Carrión about going to war?
4. Who sends a message to King Alphonso at the end of Section 132?
5. How many men are killed in the first day of battle in Section 92?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the Cid's message to King Alphonso in Section 133 say?
2. What conditions does King Alphonso puts on the attendance of the judicial meeting set up in Toledo?
3. What does Fernando say about the Cid? What does Fernando say about himself and his brother at the hearing?
4. How do the Cid and Minaya react after the battle in regards to the king's sons? How do the sons react?
5. What is ultimately decided about the marriage of the Cid's daughters? How is Minaya involved in the decision?
6. What is the Cid's decision regarding the marriage of his daughters? What does this reveal about him?
7. Why are the king's sons afraid to go into battle with the Cid? How does the Cid learn of their fears?
8. How does the Cid protect the king's sons in battle the forces from Morocco? What is the reaction to this?
9. What does the Cid want back from the sons at the hearing? What is the reaction to this?
10. How does the Cid feel about the marriages of his daughters? How does he express this?
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