Much Ado About Nothing Acts I & Ii Test

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Test your knowledge of Acts I & II of Much Ado About Nothing. Use the process of elimination to select the best answer.

  
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1.  How are Beatrice and Hero related?
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2.  Who is the "plain-dealing villain" in the play?
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3.  During the masked ball, why is Beatrice able to further tease and insult Benedick while dancing with him?
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4.  Who told Leonato that Don Pedro planned to propose to Hero?
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5.  What offer does Don Pedro make to Claudio?
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6.  According to Beatrice and Leonato, her ideal man would have _____,
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7.  Leonato is the ________________.
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8.  Who said it? "O Lord, he will hang upon him like a disease! He is sooner caught than the pestilence, and the taker runs presently mad. God help the noble Claudio! If he have caught the Benedick, it will cost him a thousand pound ere he be cured."
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9.  Who carries on a "merry war of wits"?
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10.  Who said it? "I shall see thee, ere I die, look pale with love."
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11.  "He hath borne himself beyond the promise of his age, doing in the figure of a lamb the feats of a lion" is an example of a ___.
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12.  Who is Hero's father?
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13.  Who said it? "...I am a plain-dealing villian..."
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14.  Don John wants revenge upon Don Pedro for all the following reasons except
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15.  Who is the "pleasant-spirited lady" with a very sharp tongue?
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16.  Who "noted" the information about the intended marriage correctly?
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17.  Who "noted" the information about the intended marriage incorrectly?
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18.  Don Pedro is the ________________.
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19.  During the ball, Don John manages to convince Claudio that ________.
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20.  Who said it? "What, my dear Lady Disdain! Are you yet living?"
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21.  Essay:  Choose one of the following questions and respond in no less than 3 paragraphs. Thesis: In William Shakespeare's play, Much Ado About Nothing, ... or William Shakepeare's play, Much Ado About Nothing... 1. Describe the significance of the title, Much Ado About Nothing, thus far in the play. Be specific and cite examples of when 'much ado' or 'much fuss' was made over what turns out to be nothing. Include the names of characters and specific instances from the play. 2. Define figurative and literal masks. Give examples of each from within Acts I & II. Be specific and include the names and specific actions of the characters.
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