Part B. 5.Questions on Shakespeare’s

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Part B. 5.Questions on Shakespeare’s

The line, “It blesseth him that gives and him that takes”. Occurs in the play

1. King Lear
2. Othello
3. Julius Caesar
4. The Merchant of Venice

Why did Bassanicio need money?

1. To marry Portia
2. To run a business
3. Since he was a spendthrift
4. To exile Antonio

‘Here ’tis, most reverened Doctor’. Who is the ‘doctor’ here?

1. Shylock
2. Portia
3. Bassanio
4. Duke

‘This was the most unkindest cut of all’: Who made this cut?

1. Brutus
2. Antonio
3. Shylock
4. Antony

Had you rather Caesar were living, and die all slaves—– ? Select the most accurate of the four given contexts for the above questions

1. Caesar would not have enslaved his country men, if he had been alive
2. Caesar would have enslaved his country men if he had been alive
3. Caesar would have made his country men free if he had been alive
4. Caesar would have killed his country men if he had been alive

For Brutus as you know, was Caesar’s angel. Judge, O you gods, how dearly Caesar loved him! Who was Caesar’s angel?

1. Casca
2. Antony
3. Cassius
4. Brutus

—— warns Caesar about the “Ides of March”.

1. A Soothsayer
2. Calpurnia
3. Pompey
4. Mark Antony

In Julius Caesar, Antony says, ‘Friends, Romans, country men, lend me your ears’. What does this opening line signify?

1. Do not listen to me
2. It is a rhetoric to lure the audience
3. It is an ice-breaker
4. Speak back to me

The line, “The evil that men do lives after them” occurs in the play

1. Julius Caesar
2. As YOU like it
3. Twelfth Night
4. The Merchant of Venice

Who among the following wrote the-play “The Merchant of Venice”?

1. D.H. Lawrence
2. Robert Browning
3. Kalpana Chawla
4. William Shakespeare

Find out the correct answer from which it is taken? “I am no Orator, as Brutus is”

1. Merchant of Venice
2. Farmer
3. Vision for the Nation
4. Julius Caesar

‘There is no power in the tongue of man To alter me’. Who uttered these words?

1. Shylock
2. Antonio
3. Portia
4. Bassanio

Read the following lines from : The Merchant of Venice and answer But mercy is above this sceptred sway, It is enthroned in the heart of kings, It is an attribute to god himself. Here, it refers to

1. purity
2. holiness
3. mercy
4. sanctity

In Julius Caesar, Antony says, “The noble Brutus Hath told you Caesar was ambitious; If it were so, it was a grievous fault”. What is referred to a ‘grievous fault’ here?

1. Brutus’ nobility
2. Cunningness
3. Being ambitious
4. Caesar’s balour

Who speaks the following lines in Shakespeare’s “The Merchant of Venice” The quality of mercy is not Strained It droppeth as the gentle ram from heaven Upon the place Beneath”.

1. Antonio
2. Shylock
3. Portia
4. Duke

For Brutus as you know, was Caesar’s angel. Judge, O you gods, how dearly Caesar loved him! Who was Caesar’s angel?

1. Casca
2. Antony
3. Cassius
4. Brutus

Which of the following lines does not occur in William Shakespeare’s works?

1. The evil that men do lives after them
2. My deeds upon my head! I crave the law
3. O judgement! Thou art fled to breetish beasts
4. Was it cowardice, that I dared not kill him?

‘Ingratitude, more strong than traitor’s arm Quite vanquished him’ Identify the speaker who uttered these words.

1. Antony
2. Antonio
3. Brutus
4. Bassanio

Who says this? “My heart is in the coffin there with Caesar, And I must pause till it come back to me”.

1. Caiphurnia
2. Marcus Brutus
3. Octavius Caesar
4. Mark Antony

………. this strict court of Venice ‘Must needs give sentence ‘against the merchant there. The word ‘merchant’ stands for

1. Olivia
2. Antonio
3. Shylock
4. Duke

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