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The Comedy of Errors

The Comedy of Errors

  

by William Shakespeare

The Comedy of Errors: Mixups are Funny True or False

1. How many sets of twins are in the story? -> Two, one set of rich kids, one set of servant kids
2. What makes matters more complicated for the twins? -> They have peanut allergies.
3. Why can't Antipholus of Epheseus enter his own house? -> Antipholus of Syracuse is eating dinner in his house and Dromio of Syracuse is guarding the gate.
4. To whom does Dromio of Syracuse bring the bail money? -> Dromio of Ephesus
5. Who does the Abbess turn out to be? -> Egeon's wife

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