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

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What is the true identity of Cesario in the play?
(a) Olivia
(b) Fabian
(c) Malvolio
(d) Viola

2. What is the setting for Act I Scene V?
(a) Olivia’s garden
(b) The sea-coast
(c) Olivia’s house
(d) Elysium

3. What is the setting of Act II Scene I?
(a) The sea-coast
(b) The Elephant
(c) The cubiculo
(d) Before Olivia’s house

4. The setting of Act II Scene II is described as being where in the stage directions?
(a) Before Orsino’s palace
(b) Before Baptista’s house
(c) Before Olivia’s house
(d) A street

5. Upon entering, Sir Toby Belch states in Act II Scene III, “Approach, Sir Andrew: not to be abed after midnight is to be” what?
(a) Up late
(b) In revelry
(c) Up betimes
(d) Beside oneself

6. Who sends Cesario to visit and woo Olivia for him in Act I Scene IV?
(a) Feste
(b) Orsino
(c) Sir Andrew Aguecheek
(d) Malvolio

7. By what name does the court jester refer to Olivia in Act I Scene V?
(a) Diana
(b) Katharina
(c) Beatrice
(d) Madonna

8. Olivia’s court jester states in Act I Scene V, “Let her hang me: he that is well hanged in this world needs to fear no” what?
(a) Colors
(b) Rain
(c) Storms
(d) Faith

9. The Captain tells Viola in Act I Scene II, “When my tongue blabs, then let mine eyes” what?
(a) See thine
(b) Fall out
(c) Find beauty
(d) Not see

10. Viola solicits the Captain to help her disguise herself as what in Act I Scene II?
(a) A eunuch
(b) A nun
(c) A queen
(d) A priest

11. Who says in Act II Scene IV, “I am all the daughters of my father's house, And all the brothers too”?
(a) Fabian
(b) Viola
(c) Sebastian
(d) Sir Topas

12. Sebastian tells his friend and savior that he is bound for whose court in Act II Scene I?
(a) Orsino’s
(b) Sir Topas’s
(c) Olivia’s
(d) Fabian’s

13. What is the setting of Act II Scene III?
(a) Olivia’s garden
(b) The Elephant
(c) Olivia’s house
(d) The cubiculo

14. Viola states in Act II Scene II, “As I am man, My state is desperate for” what?
(a) An honorable death
(b) Justice
(c) A wife
(d) My master’s love

15. The Captain tells Viola in Act I Scene II that he last saw her brother clinging to what?
(a) A branch
(b) A ship wheel
(c) A mast
(d) A suitcase

Short Answer Questions

1. Who claims not to care “for good life” in Act II Scene III?

2. According to the Captain in Act I Scene II Olivia is the daughter of a count that died how recently?

3. What is the setting of Act II Scene IV?

4. Viola states in her soliloquy in Act II Scene II, “I am the man: if it be so, as 'tis, Poor lady, she were better love” what?

5. What dog breed does Sir Toby Belch tell Sir Andrew that Maria is in Act II Scene III?

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