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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the death of Christ called by most religions?
(a) The Crucifixion
(b) The Resurrection
(c) The Passion
(d) The Atonement
2. How many companions does Everyman have on his journey?
3. Who is the last character to speak in this play?
(a) The angel
(b) The messenger
(c) The doctor
(d) The author
4. What is the moral of the play?
(a) Man should rely on Good Deeds
(b) All of the above
(c) God should not be forgotten
(d) Priests should be trusted
5. What Bible story is alluded to when Everyman begins his journey?
(a) The Crucifixion
(b) The Birth of Christ
(c) The Good Samaritan
(d) The Woman at the Well
6. Where does Everyman go when he dies?
7. Who is the first friend Everyman goes to for help?
8. Who does God call on first?
(a) The Five Wits
9. What kind of judgment is Everyman told to live by?
(a) Good judgment
(b) Religious Judgment
(c) No judgment at all
(d) Fair Judgment
10. What does Death say God has never done?
(a) Given up on Everyman
(b) Forgotten Everyman
(c) All of the above
(d) Hurt Everyman
11. What religion was followed when this book was written?
(b) The Church of England
(c) Roman Catholic
12. What book is referenced by the messenger?
(a) The Book of Laws
(b) The New Testament
(c) The Bible
(d) The Book of Life
13. Who is the second person to speak in this play?
(c) The Messenger
14. Why were these plays used to teach people?
(a) It was very enjoyable
(b) There was a lot of sinning happening
(c) Most could not read or write
(d) Some could not afford schooling
15. Who hears someone making way for Everyman when he dies?
(a) Five Wits
Short Answer Questions
1. What does this play teach about reincarnation?
2. Why are priests not above sinning?
3. Why should men never put off salvation?
4. How does Good Deeds respond to Everyman’s time of need?
5. What does Five Wits say Priests should teach?
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