Much Ado About Nothing, ACT I

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much ado about nothing, ACT i
William Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing
Quiz:  Act I
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1.  Don Pedro, prince of __________, is the half-brother of ________________.  They have come to visit Leonato in ___________ where most of the action of the play occurs.
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2.  True (A) or False (B)Benedick and Beatrice have had a past relationship.
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3.  The messengers statement "but few of any sort and none of name" indicates that:
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4.  Leonato's statement: "a kind overflow of kindness" is an example of:
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5.  Who says the following?"He hath borne himself beyond the promise of his age, doing in the figure of a lamb the feats of a lion."
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7.  One of the risks (for his time) that Shakespeare takes in writing this play is:
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8.  Beatrice makes a reference to Cupid setting up his bills in Messina.  This is an example of:
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9.  "Stomach" has two meanings in the text.  They are:
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10.  Leonato says there is a type of "merry war" between Beatrice and Benedick.  This is an example of:
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11.  Who said the following?"He hath every month a new sworn brother."
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13.  Beatrice says about Benedick that he "wears his faith but as the fashion of his hat; it ever changes with the next block."  This suggests that Benedick is:
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14.  Beatrice says she will not run mad with love "No, not till a hot January."  This is an example of:
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15.  Beatrice says:  "Courtesy itself must convert to disdain if you come in her presence."  This is an example of:
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16.  Claudio's flaw is that he:
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17.  Who agrees to woo Hero for Claudio?
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18.  Don John is introduced as a(n) __________________ character.
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19.  "If I can cross him anyway, I bless myself everyway."  This is spoken by:
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20.  The image in the previous quotation is _____________ in nature.
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