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Twelfth Night Quiz 1

Twelfth Night Quiz

Read the extract below and answer questions 1-5
Speaker A. :
What country, friends, is this?
Speaker B. :
This is Illyria, Lady.
Speaker A :
And what should [do in Illyria?
My brother he is in Elysium.
Perchance he is not drowned - What think you, sailors?
Speaker B.:
It is perchance that you yourself where saved
Speaker A.:
0, my poor brother, and so perchance may he be
  1. Speaker A is _______

  2. Maria
    Olivia
    Valentine
    Viola

  3. Speaker B is ________

  4. Sir Toby
    Sir Andrew
    Captain
    Olivia

  5. Speaker B is worried about Illyria because the lady

  6. is new Illyria
    is not familiar with the language
    does not understand the government
    is afraid of the people

  7. Why is speaker A afraid the brother may be drowned? It is because

  8. the crew was unfaithful
    the ship captain threw him over board
    they fought with pirates
    they were shipwrecked

  9. The figure speech underlined in the extract is known as

  10. apostrophe
    alliteration
    assonance
    personification

    According to Act II Scene IV;
    Let all the rest give place,
    (Exeunt Curio and attendants),
    Once more, Cesario,
    Get thee to yond same sovereign crelty;
    Tell her, my love, more noble than the world,
    Prizes, not quantity of dirty land,
    The parts that fortune hath bestowed upon her,
    Tell her, I hold as giddily as fortune,
    But ‘tis that miracles and queen of gems
    that nature pranks her in, attracts my soul.
  11. Speaker is _________

  12. Sebastian
    Fabian
    Duke
    Sir Andrew

  13. Speaker’s object of love is _________

  14. Maria
    Olivia
    Viola
    Feste

  15. 8. The hero of the play is _________

  16. Antonio
    Sebastian
    Fabian
    Duke

  17. The mood of Speaker in the above scene is one of ______

  18. sadness
    hope
    joy
    anxiety

  19. The play ‘Twelfth Night’ is a _____

  20. tragicomedy
    farce
    tragedy
    comedy

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