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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. How does Gil Warmun carry himself on stage?
(a) Like a beggar.
(b) Like an old man.
(c) Like a real-life king.
(d) Like a clown.
2. Why does Nat go to bed early?
(a) To avoid the other boys.
(b) He wants to get up early to learn his lines.
(c) He gets a high fever.
(d) He is tired from the excitement of the first rehearsal.
3. Who falls through the trap door at the wrong time?
4. What does Mistress Fawcett say about Shakespeare when he is working upstairs?
(a) Shakespeare often has others come and join him upstairs and they are not to be disturbed.
(b) Shakespeare often makes strange noises and to ignore that.
(c) Shakespeare often buys flowers and tips her well.
(d) Shakespeare is not to be disturbed.
5. What does Nat fight as the days go by?
(d) Bad pranks from Harry.
Short Answer Questions
1. To where will the Company go after this location?
2. What does Nat realize about Roper?
3. What school does Harry say Nat attends?
4. Who intends to give Nat private rehearsal time?
5. What seems louder to Nat?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Roper conspire to make Nat look bad?
2. Why does Nat argue with Arby about Nat's exit and what does Nat do?
3. What is happening to the Nat that is transported to 1999?
4. What do Nat and his aunt Jen decide to do?
5. What are some of the things that seem different to Nat when he wakes?
6. What is Nat trying to figure out about his experience over the past week and what does he decide about them?
7. Why is Nat worried concerning the political situation and Shakespeare and Burbage?
8. What does Arby point out to Nat in the first reading of one play?
9. What happens to Nat at the beginning of the first day of rehearsals on the stage at Globe?
10. What intrigues Nurse Stevens about the Nat she is caring for in the isolation unit?
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