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Much Ado About Nothing

Much Ado About Nothing


by William Shakespeare

Much Ado About Nothing: Well, That's Setting the Stakes Pretty High Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around Much Ado About Nothing? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. What is a milquetoast?

A meek or spineless person
A light appetizer consisting of soggy bread
Someone who is always scheming for apparently no reason
A person who is without love in his heart
An alliance
Q. Why are Borachio and Conrade arrested?

For kidnapping Hero
For an act of disorderly conduct involving a string of sausages and a can of Easy Cheese
For robbing Don Pedro
For fooling Claudio into thinking Hero was disloyal
Q. What plan does the Friar come up with to get Claudio and Hero back together?

To torture Don John into making a confession
To tell everyone that Hero is dead
To lock them in a room together with no food or water until they are forced to love each other
Q. Why does Benedick challenge Claudio to a duel?

For causing the death of an innocent girl
Because, in those days, you couldn’t challenge someone to a game of Mario Kart
For coming between him and Beatrice
For murdering his brother
Q. Whom does Claudio marry?

Antonio’s daughter
All of them, in a sort of Big Love situation