Othello act II scene I Othello act II scene I Time: 7 minutes. Read the instructions carefully Total number of questions: 20 Answer all questions. Do not close the tab/disconnect without submitting your responses. Do not open other tabs in your browser. Do not search for answers in the internet. INDEX Level One - Beginner Who speaks the below words? “she's full of most blessed condition...” Cassio Othello Iago Roderigo “May the winds blow till they have waken'd death!” Desdemona Iago Cassio Othello “These are old fond paradoxes to make fools laugh...” Brabantio Desdemona Bianca Cassio “She never yet was foolish that was fair...” Roderigo Othello Iago Gratiano “What wouldst thou write of me, if thou shouldst praise me?” Desdemona Emilia Cassio Bianca “Nay, it is true, or else I am a Turk...” Cassio Othello Iago Roderigo “O, fie upon thee, slanderer!” Desdemona Emilia Cassio Bianca “The riches of the ship is come on shore!” Montano Iago Cassio Roderigo “She that I spake of, our great captain's captain...” Montano Iago Cassio Roderigo “What from the cape can you discern at sea?” Montano Gratiano First Gentleman Roderigo Now that was too easy.. Lets see if you can do the same in level two.Click Next when you are ready to proceed to the Intermediate level.. What do the below words suggest about Iago? “Sir, he is rash and very sudden in choler, and haply may strike at you…” They suggest that Iago is a manipulator. They suggest that Iago is a liar. They indicate Iago’s awareness about the characteristics of his victims. They suggest Cassio’s intolerance to alcohol. What type of a conversation is indicated by the below words? “That Cassio loves her, I do well believe it…” A dialogue A monologue An aside A soliloquy In the below words, Iago explains one of his motives behind his plot of revenge. What do they indicate about his attitude towards Othello? “Now, I do love her too; Not out of absolute lust…” He believes that Othello will be a dear husband to Desdemona. He believes that Othello is a lustful man. He believes that Othello is a valiant general. He believes that Othello’s love is pure. What is not a motive for Iago to have revenge on Othello. His belief that Othello has an extramarital affair with his wife. His love for Desdemona. The Professional unjust caused by Othello by making Cassio the lieutenant. His necessity to help Roderigo. What is the hamartia of Iago? His loyalty. His sexual jealousy. His duality. His materialistic greed. Desdemona is not necessarily found within the company of men when her husband is around. However, she seems to be close to Cassio in her husband’s absence. What does this platonic relationship of Desdemona and Cassio reveal about them? It emphasises that Iago is lying about a possible affair between them. It indicates Desdemona’s duality. It indicates that Cassio is genuine man who is not interested in married Desdemona at all. It indicates they know how to behave in public without feeding the prying eyes of the society to start rumours about the fidelity of a married woman. What do the below words not suggest? “if she had been blessed, she would never have loved the Moor.” They indicate Iago’s false accusations. They indicate the out of ordinary choice of Desdemona. They indicate that Desdemona is not what the audience believes her to be. They indicate Iago’s jealousy. What is the name of the dramatic device Shakespeare uses when he makes Iago reveal to the audience what he is exactly going to do to Othello? Situational irony Dramatic irony Irony Catharsis How does the introspective audience judge Othello when they see his first actions on the Cyprus beach? As a loveable husband bound by the duty to his wife. As a brave general bound by the duty to his country. As an innocent man untainted by social evils. As an irresponsible general blinded by lust. How does Cassio reveal himself on the beach of Cyprus? As a professional lieutenant. As a responsible man. As a bachelor who is too poetic about someone else’s wife. None of the available answers. That's it. Go back, double check if you answered everything correctly.Once everything is checked, click "Submit"