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Unit Quiz

Macbeth

This quiz will help you to assess your learning of key concepts and knowledge in this unit.

Q1.Which is the correct definition of fatal flaw?

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Q2.Which is the correct definition for paranoia?

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Q3.Which is the correct definition of tyranny?

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Q4.Which is the correct definition for prophecy?

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Q5.Which is the correct definition for ambition?

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Q6.Complete the sentence. When Macbeth meets the witches he is with ..........

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This quotation is taken from Act 1, scene 3.
 
Q7.Complete the quotation. 'So .......... and fair a day I have not seen.'

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This quotation is taken from Act 1, scene 3.
 
Q8.Complete the quotation. 'Stay you .......... speakers.

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Q9.Which is the correct definition of metaphor?

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This question refers to Act 3, scene 4.
 
Q10.Who do the 'gory locks' belong to?

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Q11.Which is the correct definition of consequence?

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This question refers to Act 5, scene 8.
 
Q12.Complete the quotation. 'Out, damned .........!'

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This question refers to Act 5, scene 1.
 
Q13.Complete the quotation. 'Yet who would have thought the old man to have had so much .......... in him?

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This question refers to Act 5, scene 1.
 
Q14.Complete the quotation. 'What's done .......... be undone.'

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Q15.Which is the correct defintion of tragic hero?

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Q16.Which is the correct definition of treachery?

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This question refers to Act 1, scene 5.
 
Q17.Complete the quotation. 'Unsex me ..........'

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Q18.Which is the correct definition of kingship?

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This question refers to Act 3, scene 2.
 
Q19.Complete the quotation. ‘O! full of .......... is my mind’

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Q20.Which is the correct definition of tragedy?

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This question refers to Act 5, scene 8.
 
Q21.Complete the quotation. 'Turn, hell-.........., turn!'

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Q22.Which is the correct definition for regicide?

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Q23.Which is the correct definition for treason?

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Q24.Name the famous plot against King James I.

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Q25.Identify the correct phrase - linked to the concept that kings were appointed by God.

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Q26.Which is the correct definition for paradox?

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Q27.Which is the correct definition for chaos?

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This question refers to Act 1, scene 1.
 
Q28.Complete the quotation. 'Fair is foul, and foul is ..........'

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Q29.Which is the correct definition of a 'tragic hero'?

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Q30.Which is the correct definition of fatal flaw?

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This question refers to Act 2, scene 2.
 
Q31.Complete the quotation. 'A little water clears us of this ..........'

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Q32.Fill in the blank to complete the definition of dramatic irony. 'The irony that takes place when the suggestions of a situation, speech, etc are .......... by the audience but not by some (or most) of the characters.'

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Q33.Which is the correct definition of foreshadow?

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Q34.Which is the correct definition of ominous?

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Q35.How many prophecies are there in Act One, Scene Three?

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This question refers to Act 1, scene 3.
 
Q36.Complete the quotation. 'The instruments of ..........'

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This question refers to Act 1, scene 3.
 
Q37.Complete the quotation. 'Whose horrid image doth unfix my ..........'

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Q38.Which is the correct definition of manipulative?

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This question refers to Act 1, scene 7.
 
Q39.Complete the quotation. '.......... your courage to the sticking place'

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This question refers to Act 2, scene 1.
 
Q40.Complete the quotation. 'Is this a .......... I see before me

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