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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What does Faulkland tell Julia once they are together?
(a) That he has killed a man and must flee the country.
(b) He wants to leave England .
(c) He does not love her.
(d) He needs to help Jack in a duel.

2. What did Sherdian experience in his own life?
(a) the love of women.
(b) dueling.
(c) writing poetry.
(d) sickness.

3. How do the two women leave the room?
(a) They do not leave.
(b) Mrs Malaprop makes Beverly/Ensign leave the room .
(c) Mrs. Malaprop escorts Lydia out with her hand over her mouth.
(d) Lydia fleas the room.

4. What does Jack say he will call Acres?
(a) Flailing Bob.
(b) Flagging Bob.
(c) Fighting Bob.
(d) Failure Bob.

5. How does Acres want to approach the duel?
(a) very calmly.
(b) with anger and passion.
(c) with confidence.
(d) with strategy.

6. When is the duel planned for?
(a) This evening.
(b) In the morning.
(c) a week from now
(d) 2 weeks from now.

7. What don't the two men realize?
(a) They have no idea who Faulkland is.
(b) They both hate Jack.
(c) They are courting the same woman.
(d) They both are in love with Julia.

8. What time is the duel set for?
(a) 12:00 am.
(b) 9:00 am .
(c) it is not happening.
(d) 6:00 pm.

9. What can't Lydia see through her anger?
(a) That Beverly and Jack are actually the same man.
(b) She has no imagination.
(c) She is too influenced by what she reads.
(d) That Jack loves her .

10. What is Jack's explanation for his sword?
(a) He is praciticing his fencing techniques.
(b) He wants to kill himself .
(c) He is going to duel.
(d) That he is wooing Lydia with her romantic tendencies.

11. What does Julia's letter say?
(a) That she completely forgives Faulkland and must see him as soon as possible.
(b) She wishes to speak to Faulkland .
(c) She is worried for Faulkland.
(d) She is worried for herself.

12. Where does Act 4, Scene 2 begin?
(a) Mrs. Malaprop's house; Lydia's room .
(b) At the duel site.
(c) In the park.
(d) At Sir Anthony's house.

13. Has Jack's ruse failed?
(a) Yes, and his father is very angry.
(b) No, Mrs Malaprop loves him .
(c) Yes, Lydia is hurt.
(d) No, Lydia loves him.

14. Why is Jack so forlorn?
(a) Faulkland no longer will speak with him .
(b) He lost in title.
(c) Lydia has rejected him.
(d) He has lost all his money.

15. Why is Mrs. Malaprop concerned that Lydia is speaking well of Beverly?
(a) She is not concerned at all.
(b) Because she believes Jack and Beverly are two different people.
(c) She hates Beverly.
(d) She wants Lydia to marry Jack.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does Lucius prompt Acres to do?

2. Upon Jack's revelation that he is Beverly, what happens?

3. Does Mrs. Malaprop wish to cooperate with the plan?

4. Where are all the main characters at the end of this scene?

5. What does Sir Lucius hear as he sees Jack approaching?

(see the answer keys)

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