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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Who wrote this play?
(a) Martin Luther
(b) Faustus
(c) None of the above
(d) Shakespeare

2. What does Everyman do when he learns who Death is?
(a) Bribes him
(b) Bargains with him
(c) Scares him
(d) Runs from him

3. How does Everyman feel when he begins his journey?
(a) Obligated
(b) Relieved
(c) Scared
(d) Happy

4. What book is referenced by the messenger?
(a) The Bible
(b) The Book of Life
(c) The New Testament
(d) The Book of Laws

5. Who is the second friend to leave Everyman when he is ready for his reckoning?
(a) Discernment
(b) Strength
(c) Five Wits
(d) Beauty

6. What does Everyman call himself after leaving Kindred?
(a) Fortunate
(b) Foolish
(c) Fearful
(d) Feinting

7. Who officiates in Holy Sacraments?
(a) Priests
(b) Righteous men
(c) Bishops
(d) Angels

8. What does Death say will turn Everyman to God?
(a) Physical death
(b) A reminder of the past
(c) A loss of riches
(d) All of the above

9. What does Everyman tell Death he is unprepared for?
(a) Leaving his family
(b) Reckoning with God
(c) Death
(d) Defending his actions

10. How does Kindred offer to help Everyman just before he leaves?
(a) Find someone else to go with him
(b) Hide him
(c) Lie for him
(d) Give him money

11. Who is the second friend Everyman goes to for help?
(a) Kindred
(b) Fellowship
(c) Knowledge
(d) Goods

12. What does Everyman have to show God?
(a) His intentions
(b) His good deeds
(c) His bad deeds
(d) All of the above

13. Why was God crucified?
(a) To obey the law
(b) To defeat the Devil
(c) To gain allegiance
(d) To save men from their sins

14. How was the world when it was first created?
(a) Dangerous
(b) Chaotic
(c) Bleak
(d) Perfect

15. How does Everyman feel when the first of his friends leaves him when he is ready for his reckoning?
(a) Worried
(b) Relieved
(c) Angry
(d) Betrayed

Short Answer Questions

1. Why does Everyman ask Good Deeds for help?

2. Why does Everyman go and see Knowledge?

3. What worries Everyman after he talks with Death?

4. What does Everyman accuse Goods of?

5. Why is Adam important in this play?

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