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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. Why was Robin mad at the Friar?
(a) He had dumped Robin in the river.
(b) He had besmirched Robin's honor.
(c) He had insulted Robin.
(d) He had insulted the fair Maid Marion.
2. Why did the Sheriff decide that he would no longer go after Robin?
(a) He didn't want to risk his reputation.
(b) He was sick of chasing him.
(c) He didn't want to risk his life.
(d) He didn't want any more hits on his pride.
3. What is the name that Little John chose for himself?
(a) Raymond Greenleaf.
(b) Simon Greenleaf.
(c) Reynold Greenleaf.
(d) Ryan Greenleaf.
4. What two dogs did Will Scarlet speak to?
(a) Beauty and Sweet Lips.
(b) Fangs and Sweet Lips.
(c) Bell Throat and Beauty.
(d) Fangs and Beauty.
5. Why was Robin's heart sick within him?
(a) He had lost the girl of his dreams.
(b) He had hurt himself.
(c) He had suffered a mild heart attack.
(d) He had killed a man.
Short Answer Questions
1. For what reason did Little John head to see Hugh Longshanks of Ancaster?
2. Where had Allan a Dale come from?
3. How many times did the Sheriff of Nottingham try and take Robin?
4. Who did Robin meet on the road on the boarder of Sherwood?
5. What fee would those who joined Robins' band gain?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does King Henry say about the Sheriff's request for assistance?
2. How did the Sheriff's men at the Blue Boar know it was Will Stutely even though he was disguised?
3. How was Little John dressed on his way to the fair?
4. Why didn't the bishop want to dine with Robin in Sherwood?
5. Why did John Little join Robin's band?
6. Why did Robin invite Arthur to join the merry men?
7. Why do the cook and Little John fight?
8. How does the Miller try and avoid conflict?
9. How did Will show unmitigated bravery?
10. Why does Robin give back the Sheriff his silver and not take his money?
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