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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What word used in Act IV Scene II means to give a false or misleading appearance to?
2. What term in the stage directions of the play refers to a part of an actor's lines supposedly not heard by others on the stage and intended only for the audience?
3. What kind of instrument is the jester carrying when he enters with Viola in Act III Scene I?
(a) A lute
(b) A trombone
(c) A tabour
(d) A trumpet
4. What legendary creature described as a two-legged dragon with a rooster's head does Sir Toby Belch mention in Act III Scene IV?
5. The jester claims not to be Olivia’s fool, but her “corrupter of” what in Act III Scene I?
6. Sebastian claims he could not find Antonio where in Act IV Scene III?
(a) Olivia’s garden
(b) Before Olivia’s house
(c) The cubiculo
(d) The Elephant
7. Whom does Sir Toby Belch call upon to bless Feste when he enters in Act IV Scene II?
8. What is the setting of Act IV Scene II?
(a) The cubiculo
(b) The Elephant
(c) Olivia’s house
(d) The sea-coast
9. What does Olivia say hides her heart in Act III Scene I?
(a) A weeping willow
(b) A cypress
(c) A tiger
(d) An elm tree
10. What is the setting of Act III Scene I?
(a) The Indies
(b) The cubiculo
(d) Olivia’s garden
11. What is the meaning of the word “requite” used in Act IV Scene II?
12. What gemstone does Sebastian say Olivia gave him in Act IV Scene III?
(a) A pearl
(b) A diamond
(c) An opal
(d) An emerald
13. In Act III Scene I, Olivia says “how much the better to fall before the lion than the” what?
14. Maria tells Feste to assume what name in his costume in Act IV Scene II?
(a) Sir Topas
(b) Sir Toby Belch
15. The jester compares a sentence to what type of glove in Act III Scene I?
(a) A satin glove
(b) A velveteen glove
(c) A golden glove
(d) A cheveril glove
Short Answer Questions
1. Feste tells Malvolio in Act IV Scene II, “thou art more puzzled than the Egyptians in their” what?
2. Of whom does Olivia speak when she says in Act III Scene IV, “he is sad and civil, and suits well for a servant with my fortunes”?
3. What character states the following in Act III Scene IV: “Go, hang yourselves all! you are idle shallow things: I am not of your element: you shall know more hereafter”?
4. What word used interjectionally to express distaste, rejection, aversion, etc. does Sir Andrew Aguecheek use in Act III Scene IV?
5. What Ionian Greek philosopher does Feste cite in Act IV Scene II?
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