S1 – 6.01 Quiz: Test Yourself: Twelfth Night, Act 1

Lines 214-15. Give the following words an ordinary, conversational arrangement:”The rudeness that hath appeared in me have I learned from my entertainment.”What word comes first in your new arrangement? I.
Line 227. Why, in Olivia’s view, is the text of Orsino’s heart”heresy”? It might lead her to a spiritual decline.
Lines 232-234. In these lines, Olivia is: pretending that she is a picture of herself.
Line 235. When Viola says,”if God did all,” she means: if your face is free of painting (cosmetics).
Lines 240-242. Viola tells Olivia:Lady, you are the cruel’st she aliveIf you will lead these graces to the graveAnd leave the world no copy.To what is Viola trying to persuade Olivia? Reproduction
Lines 243-249. In these lines Olivia is declaring her intention of making an inventory of elements of her beauty.
Line 251. Which of the following statements best communicates the meaning of Viola’s,”But, if you were the devil, you are fair”? Even if you were in fact the devil, who is ugly, I’d find you beautiful.
Lines 257-258. Viola says that Orsino loves Olivia:With adorations, fertile tears,With groans that thunder love, with sighs of fire.Viola is thinking that Orsino the lover is like: a storm.
Lines 292-293. Viola says:”And let your fervor, like my master’s, be / Placed in contempt.” She means: let your love-passion be ridiculed.
Lines 204-304. At the end of scene 5, Olivia’s chief communication is: she finds Cesario attractive.