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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Of what acting group did the earlier Nat Field join?
(a) The Blackfriar's Boys.
(b) Lord Chamberlain's Men.
(c) The Queen's Troupe.
(d) The Lord of Essex's Company Players.
2. Who is Richard Babage?
(a) Shakespeare's brother-in-law.
(b) Aunt Jen's boyfriend.
(d) Nat's uncle.
3. How does Nat feel about Shakespeare when the man is on the stage?
(a) Nat thinks Shakespeare is arrogant on the stage.
(b) Nat thinks Shakespeare should just act and not write.
(c) Nat thinks Shakespeare is not as good an actor as writer.
(d) In awe of Shakespeare.
4. Where does the Queen ask the company to perform in a month's time?
5. What does the flag flying over the Globe indicate?
(a) It is flown to show the Globe's loyalty to the Queen.
(b) The flag indicates that the theater is closed.
(c) The flag indicates that the Duke of York is in attendance at the performance.
(d) There will be a performance that afternoon.
6. What does Nat hope will happen as he returns to St. Paul's?
(a) Something mysterious will happen.
(b) He will be recognized as a talented actor.
(c) He will not be allowed to return to St. Paul's.
(d) No one will realize Nat is not Nat Field.
7. What does Nat ask if he can do when he graduates St. Paul's?
(a) Become a page.
(b) Be Shakespeare's secretary.
(c) Join the actor's company.
(d) Become a squire.
8. What does Nat worry about as far as St. Paul's school is concerned?
(a) That the school will reopen before Nat gets back to his time.
(b) That the school will cease to exist if Nat creates a paradox.
(c) That he'll return there and no one will recognize him.
(d) That he will take the plague to the school.
9. What does Shakespeare say about the show to Burbage and Nat?
(a) It will start a little late because of security issues.
(b) It will be a double feature.
(c) It will be sold out.
(d) It will be a private performance for the Queen only.
10. About what does Nat tell Gil from his time with Shakespeare?
(a) About Shakespeare's son.
(b) About Shakespeare's wonderful wife.
(c) About Shakespeare's political involvments.
(d) About the sonnet Shakespeare gives Nat.
11. Who is invited to meet the Queen after the performance?
(a) Shakespeare, Burbage and Nat.
(b) Just Nat.
(c) Just Burbage.
(d) No one.
12. What do Gil and Rachel realize is a result of the swap of the two Nats?
(a) Nat can act just as Shakespeare directed him.
(b) Shakespeare does not contract the plague and die.
(c) There's more information about that time.
(d) Nat can become a Shakespeare expert.
13. What does Gil want to do after hearing Nat's story?
(a) Get Nat some counseling.
(b) Tell someone in the scientific community to try to get an explanation.
(c) Look in the history books to learn about the earlier Nat.
(d) Have Nat write down the sonnet Shakespeare wrote for Nat.
14. What does Nat remember from his history lesson about the Earl of Essex?
(a) The Earl adopted a son from the theater.
(c) The Earl died of the plague.
(d) The Queen had the Earl executed.
15. What does Shakespeare read to Nat?
(a) A sonnet.
(b) A letter to his son Shakespeare wrote just before the son dies.
(c) Part of his new play called Hamlet.
(d) A letter from the Queen.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who visits Nat at the Fisher's home?
2. What confuses Nat?
3. Who/What will be at the theater if the Queen is in attendance?
4. What does the audience break out with spontaneously?
5. What part does Sam Gilbourne play?
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