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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What country was Everyman born in?
2. Who is Everyman told has greater power than a King?
3. Why is Good Deeds so weak?
(a) She is never strong
(b) She has not been nurtured
(c) She gives too much
(d) She is very old
4. How concerned is Everyman about death?
(a) Very much
(b) Not at all
(c) He thinks of little else
(d) He doesn’t know he should be concerned
5. What does Confession give Everyman to help him?
6. How does Everyman feel when he begins his journey?
7. Who should Good Deeds be done for?
(a) Friends and family
(c) Other people
8. What does Goods say caused Everyman to commit many of his sins?
9. Who is able to escape death, according to this play?
(c) The righteous
10. What does Goods want to kill?
(a) Men’s souls
(c) The Spirit
11. Why does Everyman tell Death it is unfair for him to leave now?
(a) His life has been kind to him
(b) His family needs him
(c) He was never warned
(d) He is too young
12. Why does Everyman ask Jesus for help?
(a) Because his friends are leaving him
(b) Because he doesn’t trust his Priest
(c) Because he is reminded of his past
(d) Because he is ready for his reckoning
13. Why does Death say Everyman was crazy?
(a) For ignoring all the warnings
(b) For not being more grateful to God
(c) For having no friends to call on
(d) For thinking he can bargain with Death
14. What does this play teach about reincarnation?
(a) It is available for some
(b) It is only for the very righteous
(c) It is not a true principle
(d) It is only for the wicked
15. What is the first Sacrament?
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Goods say he was sent to Earth?
2. What does Everyman need Fellowship to prove?
3. How did most people at the time of this play view God?
4. What does Everyman have a hard time believing after his sacraments?
5. Why does Death tell Everyman to find something?
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