Mabeth Revision Quiz

Lisa Cochrane
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Quiz on Mabeth Revision Quiz, created by Lisa Cochrane on 11/07/2014.

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Question 1

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What is the name of Macbeth's castle?
Answer
  • Glamis
  • Dunsinane
  • Cawdor
  • Fife

Question 2

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What is the dagger symbolic of?
Answer
  • Macbeth becoming King
  • The supernatural
  • The struggle between good and evil in Macbeth's mind
  • The death of Macduff's wife and children

Question 3

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Which of the following is an example of foreshadowing?
Answer
  • "Blood will have blood"
  • "Hie thee hither, that I may pour my spirits in thine ear."
  • "Out, damned spot!"
  • "Macbeth hath murthered sleep!"

Question 4

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Sleep and blood are both motifs throughout the play. Name another.
Answer
  • The weather
  • The dagger
  • Banquo's ghost
  • Cruelty and masculinity

Question 5

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Why is Act 3, Scene 4 a turning point?
Answer
  • The lords start to become suspicious of him
  • It signals the start of Macbeth's downfall - his mind breaking down
  • We never see him with Lady Macbeth again after this scene
  • It is the half-way point of the play

Question 6

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What is an allusion?
Answer
  • A technique where one thing represents another thing
  • When we are given clues about events that have not taken place yet
  • A play on words
  • A reference to something outwith the text

Question 7

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What scene does this picture represent?
Answer
  • Banquet scene
  • Battle with Norway
  • Macbeth being crowned
  • The witches' prophecies

Question 8

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What scene does this picture represent?
Answer
  • Banquet scene
  • Birnam Wood comes to Dunsinane
  • Sleepwalking scene
  • Lady Macbeth reads the letter from her husband

Question 9

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What is Macbeth's fatal flaw?
Answer
  • Indecision
  • Ambition
  • Jealousy
  • Pride

Question 10

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What does the second apparition tell Macbeth?
Answer
  • That he has nothing to fear until Birnam Wood comes to Dunsinane
  • Beware Macduff
  • No man born of woman can harm him

Question 11

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What is an anachronism?
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  • Where a character makes a small comment that only the audience can hear
  • Where a character refers to something/someone that is not onstage
  • When action takes place offstage
  • Where a writer refers to something from a later or earlier period - either deliberately or accidentally

Question 12

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What does Lady Macbeth NOT mention while sleepwalking?
Answer
  • Lady Macduff
  • Duncan
  • The witches
  • Macbeth's behaviour at the banquet

Question 13

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Why does Shakespeare have Lady Macbeth talk in rhyme during the sleepwaling scene?
Answer
  • To make it sound nice
  • To make it easier to read
  • To have her words flow more smoothly
  • To reflect her insanity

Question 14

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Which word best describes Macduff in relation to Macbeth?
Answer
  • Foil
  • Friend
  • Antagonist
  • Minor character

Question 15

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Who becomes king upon Macbeth's death?
Answer
  • Macduff
  • Ross
  • Donalbain
  • Malcolm

Question 16

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What are Macbeth's last words?
Answer
  • "Hold, enough!"
  • "Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow."
  • "I will be satisfied."
  • "Turn, Hell-hound, turn!"

Question 17

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What does the knocking at the gate mean in Act 2, Scene 3?
Answer
  • Someone is at the door
  • It is morning
  • Macbeth cannot outrun his fate
  • Birnam Wood has come to Dunsinane

Question 18

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Which quotation conveys the theme of appearance versus reality?
Answer
  • "Be innocent of the knowledge, dearest chuck."
  • "Look like th'innocent flower, but be the serpent under't."
  • "A little water clears us of this deed."
  • "Come you spirits that tend on mortal thoughts, unsex me here."

Question 19

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How do the witches answer the question, "Will Banquo's issue ever reign in this kingdom?"
Answer
  • They show him an apparition of a helmeted head
  • They warn him to beware of Macduff
  • They tell him to leave
  • They show him a procession of eight kings

Question 20

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What must happen at the end of a tragedy?
Answer
  • The hero must die (due to his own fatal flaw)
  • Innocent people must be killed
  • There must be a battle
  • Good will always triumph over evil
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