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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Everyman have a hard time believing after his sacraments?
(a) That angels are powerful
(b) That he can really be forgiven
(c) That Good Deeds is stronger now
(d) That Fellowship can be trusted
2. What does Death tell Everyman when he is asked to do something after the reckoning?
(a) He has no authority
(b) There is no reason for him to fret
(c) He will be there for him at every step
(d) No mortal can ever return
3. Where can Goods help Everyman?
(a) This world
(c) None of the above
4. How does Kindred offer to help Everyman just before he leaves?
(a) Hide him
(b) Lie for him
(c) Find someone else to go with him
(d) Give him money
5. Who tells Everyman about the great power of certain figures?
(b) Good Deeds
(c) Five Wits
Short Answer Questions
1. Who says he would be willing to kill someone for Everyman?
2. Who is Everyman told has greater power than a King?
3. What does the messenger say happens to things of the world that make us happy?
4. What does Everyman ask Death for?
5. Who gives the priests their power?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Fellowship do when Everyman asks him for help?
2. Why is Kindred not able to do what Everyman asked of him?
3. What are the seven Sacraments?
4. What is the structure of this play?
5. What does Kindred do when Everyman asks him for help?
6. How does Everyman feel about Kindred after asking him for help?
7. How is Everyman described when we first meet him in the play?
8. What happens to Everyman at the end of this play?
9. What kinds of things does Fellowship offer to do for Everyman?
10. Why was this play written?
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