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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who visits Nat at the Fisher's home?
(a) Just Rachel.
(b) The whole Company of Boys.
(c) Gil and Rachel.
(d) Just Arby.
2. What confuses Nat?
(a) The accents of the nurses.
(b) Waking up in different time zones for the second time in a week.
(c) The appearance of Harry.
(d) All the machinery in the hospital.
3. What is Nat's impression of the Queen?
(a) She is incredibly beautiful.
(b) She is not as beautiful as he expects.
(c) She is very short.
(d) She is cruel.
4. What seems to confound the Nat from the 16th century in his isolation room?
(a) The modern technology.
(b) The words the doctors use.
(c) The food.
5. How does Nat perceive the Queen's way of talking?
(a) As condescending.
(b) As thoughtless.
(c) As disjointed.
(d) As flirtatious.
6. What does Nat try to figure out about his time in the earlier century?
(a) If he will ever go back there again.
(b) If it was a dream or really happened.
(c) If he is the reincarnation of Nat Field.
(d) Nothing; he is too disoriented to be thinking of anything at the moment.
7. What does Shakespeare say to keep a secret from the teachers at St. Paul's?
(a) That Nat's father is dead.
(b) Nat's ten shillings.
(c) That Nat declined an offer from the Queen.
(d) That Nat knows Shakespeare.
8. Who is Jennifer Field?
(a) Nat's aunt.
(b) Nat's oldest sister.
(c) Nat's next-door neighbor.
(d) Nat's mother.
9. What kind of mood is Arby in when Nat arrives?
10. What does Gil want to do after hearing Nat's story?
(a) Look in the history books to learn about the earlier Nat.
(b) Get Nat some counseling.
(c) Tell someone in the scientific community to try to get an explanation.
(d) Have Nat write down the sonnet Shakespeare wrote for Nat.
11. What does Arby explain to Nat?
(b) That Shakespeare died centuries ago.
(c) That time does not always travel in a straight line.
(d) That Nat is not the boss of the Company of Boys.
12. What does Nat realize must have happened to him?
(a) He fell through a dimensional warp.
(b) His father must have helped him transport to the earlier era.
(c) He somehow switched places with the Nat Field of the earlier era.
(d) He had a hallucinogenic dream while very ill.
13. Who is Sam Gilbourne dressed to resemble?
(a) Catherine of Aragon.
(b) Shakespeare's wife.
(c) Queen Elizabeth.
(d) Anne Boleyn.
14. How many books mention the earlier Nat Field?
15. What does Nat decide to immerse himself in instead of worrying?
(a) Learning all he can from Shakespeare.
(b) Finding a way back to his own time.
(c) Rehearsing "A Midsummer Night's Dream".
(d) Finding a way to make Roper less hostile.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Shakespeare say about the show to Burbage and Nat?
2. About what does Shakespeare congratulate Nat?
3. What does Nurse Jenkins tell Nat?
4. What was needed for someone to travel back to Shakespeare's time?
5. What does the flag flying over the Globe indicate?
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