Act 1, Scene 1
1. Camillo is a lord of what location?
2. Archidamus is a lord of what location?
3. When Archidamus invites Camillo for a visit, what does he say is lacking at his home?
4. How does Archidamus plan on making up for what is lacking at his home?
(a) With great books and love for their friends.
(b) With great scenery and drinks.
(c) With drinks and food.
(d) With drinks and love for their friends.
5. Who is Maxillius?
(a) The young Prince of Italia.
(b) The young Prince of Sicilia.
(c) The young Prince of Bohemia.
(d) The young Prince of Latvia.
6. Act one, scene one sets up the ______ that the play is based on.
7. What is the theme of Act one, scene one?
8. The kings that Camillo and Archidamus live under are what?
(b) Known to each other.
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