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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What question does Death have for Everyman?
(a) What right have you?
(b) Have you forgotten your maker?
(c) Where have you gone?
(d) How could you forget?
2. Who were the most educated men at the time this play was written?
(b) Church officials
3. Who does Confession tell Everyman to follow?
(c) All of the above
4. How many times is the death of Christ described in this play?
5. Who is Everyman symbolic of?
(a) Church members
(b) All men on Earth
(c) Common men
6. Who does Confession say will be stronger if Everyman takes his journey?
(a) Good Deeds
(d) Five Wits
7. Who makes way for Everyman when he dies?
(b) The Angels
(d) The Priests
8. Who is the third friend Everyman goes to for help?
9. What does this play teach about reincarnation?
(a) It is available for some
(b) It is only for the wicked
(c) It is only for the very righteous
(d) It is not a true principle
10. What does Everyman accuse Goods of?
(a) Ruining the world
(b) Deceiving him
(c) Failing his job
(d) Creating chaos
11. Who does Death say Everyman will have to answer to?
(b) Good Deeds
12. When does Knowledge say he will leave Everyman?
(a) When the reckoning is over
(b) When Death appears
(c) When Jesus tells him to
(d) When he knows what happens to Everyman
13. Who is the second person to speak in this play?
(a) The Messenger
14. Who recites the moral of the play?
(a) An angel
(b) A doctor
(d) A professor
15. Why are priests not above sinning?
(a) They are human
(b) They are always tempted
(c) They are in the Church
(d) They are powerful
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is the first to leave Everyman when he is ready for his reckoning?
2. What does Death say God has never done?
3. Why does Good Deeds wonder if she will make a difference for Everyman?
4. What does Confession warn Everyman of?
5. Why does Everyman ask Jesus for help?
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