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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 Nat realize about Roper?
(a) Roper's dislike is enviousness.
(b) Roper is just like Nat's brother.
(c) Roper is just like Nat's best friend in the United States.
(d) Roper cannot read.
2. What does Nat think of some of the games the boys play?
(a) They do not have any purpose.
(b) They are childish.
(c) They are too difficult.
(d) They are quite fun.
3. How far is Shakespeare's home from the Globe?
(a) Next door.
(b) A few minutes' travel.
(c) Across the street.
(d) Across London.
4. Why does Nat not allow himself to cry?
(a) It reminds him of when his father died.
(b) He thinks it is wrong for someone his age to cry.
(c) He's afraid he'll break down and not be able to stop.
(d) He's afraid Roper will see him.
5. How does Nat save Roper's life?
(a) Pulling him away from a deranged man with a knife.
(b) Giving him antibiotics for the plague.
(c) Cutting a rope that Roper became entangled in.
(d) Using the Heimlich maneuver.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Nat hear as he is going to practice on his first day?
2. What is the name of Shakespeare's son?
3. Who denies any wrongdoing?
4. Who signals Nat and Harry incorrectly?
5. Who suggests the apprentices go to the bear pit?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is happening to the Nat that is transported to 1999?
2. What are some of the things that seem different to Nat when he wakes?
3. How is Nat different from the other apprentices and to what do the apprentices attribute the differences?
4. What does Arby forbid the boys to do and how does Nat react to Arby's guidance?
5. What does Arby point out to Nat in the first reading of one play?
6. What does Nat learn about an upcoming visit from the Queen and what does he have to do regarding the news?
7. What happens to Nat at the beginning of the first day of rehearsals on the stage at Globe?
8. Why does Shakespeare step in between Nat and Roper and what is the consequence of his doing so?
9. What does Nat notice about Eric Sawyer and Gil Warmun as the two other boys are acting?
10. How does Nat feel about being in the late 16th century and how does Roper make it even worse?
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