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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What was the purpose of this play?
(a) To teach the people
(b) To protest the government
(c) To send people to church
(d) To make money
2. Who does God call on first?
(a) The Five Wits
3. How many are hurt each time Goods succeeds?
4. Why does Everyman ask Jesus for help?
(a) Because he is reminded of his past
(b) Because his friends are leaving him
(c) Because he is ready for his reckoning
(d) Because he doesn’t trust his Priest
5. What question does Death have for Everyman?
(a) How could you forget?
(b) What right have you?
(c) Have you forgotten your maker?
(d) Where have you gone?
6. Why does Goods say he was sent to Earth?
(a) To glorify God
(b) To help men
(c) To bring pleasure to men
(d) To deceive men
7. What did this play teach people about?
(b) Proper friends
(c) The law of the Tithe
(d) The Atonement
8. Who does Death say Everyman is living for?
9. What does Goods say caused Everyman to commit many of his sins?
10. What does Knowledge offer to do for Everyman?
(a) Give him a lecture
(b) Guide him on his journey
(c) Give him money
(d) Distract Death
11. Who is the first friend Everyman goes to for help?
12. Why was God crucified?
(a) To defeat the Devil
(b) To save men from their sins
(c) To obey the law
(d) To gain allegiance
13. Where is Confession located?
(a) A school
(b) Everyman’s mind
(d) A church
14. What does Everyman accuse Goods of?
(a) Ruining the world
(b) Deceiving him
(c) Failing his job
(d) Creating chaos
15. What does Fellowship say he will always be available to Everyman for?
(a) Help for his family
(b) Money and trade goods
(c) A good time
(d) Personal defense
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is the third friend Everyman goes to for help?
2. Who created sin, according to this play?
3. Which of these is Everyman told to rely on in life?
4. Why is Good Deeds so weak?
5. Who asks about reincarnation in the play?
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