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1. Which female character disguised as a male in "As You Like It" asks if there could be "too much of a good thing"?
2. In "The Tempest", which naive character, soon to be married, uses the expression "O brave new world"?
3. After the detested Thersites exits in Act II Scene 1 of "Troilus And Cressida", which good friend of Achilles comments, "A good riddance"?
4. "Come what may" is a phrase used in "Macbeth", Who uses it in his first encounter with the Witches?
5. Which character in "The Merry Wives Of Windsor" employs the term "laughing-stocks"? [Roy Rogers knows.]
6. In "Hamlet", who says, "In my mind's eye"?
7. The phrase "to make a virtue of necessity" appears in "The Two Gentlemen Of Verona." Who said it? [Remember the play's title.]
8. In "King John", who uses the phrase "Play fast and loose with faith"? The royal speaker soon after breaks a firm alliance with England.
9. "A foregone conclusion" is mentioned in "Othello" by which easily deceived character?
10. In "Henry IV, Part 2", which person giving Falstaff room and board complains, "He hath eaten me out of house and home"?
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