A Midsummer Night’s Dream: Act 4

How has Bottom adjusted to the attention of Titania and her fairies? He enjoys the attension and stoppped questioning why the fairies and Titania were pampering him.
What is Oberon’s reaction to Titania’s infatuation with Bottom? Oberon laughed and thought that it was very funny that she fell inlove with an ass.
What sort of explanation will Oberon make to Titania’s question about what happened to her? He will not tell her that it was him that made her fall in love with the donkey.
Why are Theseus, Hippolyta, Egeus, and the other out in the woods so early in the morning? They were all hunting in the woods before the wedding.
What is Theseus’s first explanation of why the young people are asleep in the woods? Theseus thought that they woke up early to observe them hunting.
What explanation does Demetrius make? Why does he compare his love for Hermia to an illness? He said that he heard of Hermia and Lysander’s plan and followed them into the forest. He compared his love for Hermia to an illness because after the short period of time that he loved her, he grew tired of her and started to loathe her.
What is Theseus’s decision concerning the four young people? Theseus decided to wed all of them on his wedding day so that they would all be happy.
Why can’t the young people be sure whether they are awake or dreaming? everything that happened that night was real. But, because of magic, the things that happened in the night seemed to just be dreams
Bottom believes he too has had a dream. How is he going to use that dream to entertain the duke? He is going to get Peter Quince to write a ballad about his dream. Bottom would sing the dream as a song to the duke at the end of the play.