Julius Caesar By William Shakespeare Act 1! Trivia Quiz
8 Questions |
By Blueishh | Last updated: Oct 30, 2020
| Total Attempts: 1943
The play of Julius Caesar opens on a crowded and noisy street in Rome as Julius Caesar returns from battle, where he stomped Pompey's sons into the ground and later on after disagreeing with Ceaser on how Rome should be run Ceaser chooses to assassinate him. What else do you remember from act 1? Take this test and see if you should re-read it.
Questions and Answers
What is it celebrated in Scene 1?
Caesar's defeat of Pompey
Why are Flavius and Murellus punished for?
Joking on Caesar
Removing the decorations from Caesar's statues
Having a fight
Stealing an apple
How did Cassius saved Caesar one day?
Defending him in a fight
Killing a snake
Giving him a pill for fever
Rescuing him from the water
What defect does Caesar have?
He is blind
He is deaf
He can t walk
He broke his finger
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Cassius’s plan to murder Caesar
Caesar being chosen in the Senate
Caesar's thoughts of Cassius
Caesar's plan to kill Cassius
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