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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which century was this play written?
(a) The 15th
(b) The 14th
(c) The 16th
(d) The 13th
2. What does God say is his real gift to man?
(d) The Spirit
3. Who does the messenger talk to at the beginning of the play?
(b) The audience
4. How does Everyman feel when the first of his friends leaves him when he is ready for his reckoning?
5. What was the purpose of this play?
(a) To send people to church
(b) To make money
(c) To protest the government
(d) To teach the people
6. What does Everyman have to show God?
(a) His bad deeds
(b) His intentions
(c) His good deeds
(d) All of the above
7. What question does Death have for Everyman?
(a) Have you forgotten your maker?
(b) How could you forget?
(c) Where have you gone?
(d) What right have you?
8. What does the messenger say happens to things of the world that make us happy?
(a) They fade
(b) They turn to sin
(c) They make life worth living
(d) They take away from God
9. Who is the second friend to leave Everyman when he is ready for his reckoning?
(b) Five Wits
10. Who does God say people on earth are trying to help?
(a) All of the above
(c) Their families
(d) Their neighbors
11. How was the world when it was first created?
12. Who does God want to partake of his gift?
(a) The sinners
(b) His children
(c) The righteous few
13. What do people on Earth keep forgetting about?
(c) Hard work
14. What makes Everyman hesitate to do his penance?
(a) It will take a long time
(b) It will be painful
(c) Death is a part of it
(d) Fellowship warned him about it
15. What does Everyman think after talking to Kindred and Fellowship?
(a) He is a lucky man
(b) He can’t believe he considered them friends
(c) He is more scared than ever
(d) He sees the truth of things now
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Knowledge respond at first when Everyman asks him for help?
2. What does Goods say caused Everyman to commit many of his sins?
3. Which of these is NOT one of the Sacraments?
4. What is the moral of the play?
5. What religion was followed when this book was written?
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